Nemanja Vidic said he was delighted after making his first appearance since he suffered a serious knee injury during Manchester United's 2-1 defeat by Basel last December.
Knight Capital, driven to the brink of bankruptcy by trading losses last week, agreed to a $400m cash infusion through the sale of convertible securities, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Based on its own poll, Manchester United has a staggering 659 million supporters around the world, but the club is currently testing the level of fandom among deep-pocketed investors.
Daiwa Securities has won the mandate to lead Japan’s biggest share sale this year, benefiting from an insider-trading scandal that prompted regulators to punish larger rival Nomura.
Ministers are to be given formal input into the annual appraisal of their civil servants – affecting their grade and bonuses – in a fresh drive to clarify the accountability of officials to the government.
Iran has won its first gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Games after wrestler Hamid Sourian defeated Azerbaijan's Rovshan Bayramov in the final of the 55kg Greco-Roman wrestling this evening.
Republicans rounded on Senate leader Harry Reid on Sunday, calling him a "dirty liar" for suggesting that presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid no taxes for a decade.
Wells Fargo Securities has announced that George Bory will join the firm as a managing director and head of Credit Strategy in its Research & Economics Department.
BMO Capital Markets has been named the Best Investment Bank in Canada for 2012 by the World Finance Magazine.