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Numerous sources have claimed that Manchester United could make a shock move for Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling.
Fernando Llorente has issued a come and get me plea to Premier League clubs saying he’s interested in a move to England. Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal are all interested.
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has stated his belief that Samir Nasri lost Manchester City the derby last weekend.
Roberto Mancini has hit back at Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson by stating City are the best team in England.
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Employers are struggling to fill entry-level vacancies, despite the fact that there are 75 million unemployed young people worldwide, Diana Farrell, director of McKinsey Global Institute told CNBC.
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Tiger Asia Management LLC, the New York-based hedge fund run by Bill Hwang, admitted illegally using inside information to trade Chinese bank stocks and agreed to criminal and civil settlements of more than $60m.
A lawyer for Level Global Investors LP co-founder Anthony Chiasson told jurors the key government informant against his client is a liar whose testimony wasn’t supported by the evidence at the insider-trading trial.