The U.K. faces a "significant" risk of losing its triple-A rating, as its economy has worsened since it was placed on negative outlook last year, David Riley, Fitch Ratings global managing director for sovereign ratings, told CNBC.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has built his reputation by getting what he wants – whether on the field or off it, the boss refuses to yield.
Microsoft’s lifetime console sales could overtake that of rival Nintendo’s.
Apple said Tuesday it is launching an updated version of its popular iPad with much larger storage capacity and a Retina display that sharpens its resolution.
Five key battles for the mega mid-week Premier League clash between Arsenal and Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium.
Company slashes sales expectations as the new console stumbles out of the gate.
MPs have given the financial side of English football a year to change.
Wayne Routledge has signed a new deal at Swansea until 2016. There are some massive positives for the club.
William Cohan, author of 'Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World' and a Bloomberg View columnist, talks about Jefferies Group decision to pay CEO Richard Handler $19m for fiscal 2012 and to approve $39m in restricted stock awards for the next three years.
Spark Capital General Partner Mo Koyfman talks about the valuation of Twitter and his investment strategy.