FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan nixing the proposal by Merrill Lynch’s John Theil to cut bonuses for brokers.
It was, says the man who played Eliot Ness to US Postal's mobsters, his lowest ebb.
Jack Wilshere has boosted Arsène Wenger's vision of Arsenal's future by committing to a new long-term deal, alongside four of his young British team-mates. Kieran Gibbs, Carl Jenkinson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Aaron Ramsey have also signed contract extensions. The move is seen by Arsenal as central to their aim to build a squad around a core of British players.
Liverpool's owner, Fenway Sports Group, has hardened its resolved to reduce the club's exorbitant spending on agent fees, leading to a complication in the proposed £12m transfer of Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge next month.
One of the first rules of being a journalist (we've just now looked them up) is: you don't have to ask the questions the person talking wants to answer. You can ask anything. And the White House press corps proved it on Wednesday.
Twitter is offering its 500 million users a download containing the entire archive of their tweets - including data such as where, when and with what they tweeted.