Manchester City and Chelsea will play the first competitive game of the new English season in the form of the not-so-coveted Community Shield on Sunday.
Swansea City, Norwich, Everton, Southampton, Aston Villa and West Brom have brought in some real bargains but who are the three to look out for in 2012-13?
QPR fan Paul Moore gives his take on Manchester United's chase for the Arsenal captain.
It's the machines that did it.
The legal odyssey of a former Goldman Sachs programmer, Sergey Aleynikov, took a surprising turn on Thursday when the Manhattan district attorney charged him with state crimes.
Standard Chartered is failing to convince some shareholders of its defence against allegations it broke U.S. sanctions on Iran, leaving them worried about possible lawsuits, fines and the loss of top executives.
E*Trade, the brokerage that came under pressure from its biggest shareholder to seek buyers, ousted CEO Steven J. Freiberg and said its board is looking for a new leader.
New York’s financial-services regulator has grounds to shut Standard Chartered in the state even if he accepts the firm’s argument that it illegally laundered only a fraction of the $250bn he claims.
Here's the latest Investment Banking scorecard from Thomson Reuters.
Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United, and Everton have not put up the necessary funds to indicate they want an automatic Champions League spot - And have been blown out of the water so far by Chelsea.