Chelsea star Juan Mata is one of Spain's many gems who will look to shine in a group the World Champions are expected to dominate.
Look who's talking.
There's very much a 'curse' in evidence now around those who picked at the carcass of Lehman Brothers following its bankruptcy in September 2008.
Deutsche Bank’s plans to boost capital by cutting risk and retaining earnings don’t go far enough to bring reserves in line with competitors, analysts at four brokerages said.
Here's a note of 12 big bank CEOs who carried the can when things went wrong at their firms and resigned. Some went of their own accord, others were pushed.
Discussing Sandy Weill's remarks on breaking up the banks, with Bethany McLean, Vanity Fair, and Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget & Policy Priorities.
West Brom star Chris Wood will be hoping his New Zealand side can somehow stop Brazil - who will feature new Chelsea signing Oscar.
Evercore Capital Partners CEO Ralph Schlosstein, LionTree Advisors CEO Aryeh Bourkoff, Options Group Managing Partner Mike Karp and Knight Capital CEO Tom Joyce take a moment to ponder the environment on Wall Street.
Bloomberg's Peter Cook reports on Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's testimony before the House Financial Services Committee this week.
Liverpool prospect Raheem Sterling was yesterday linked with a move to QPR. Here's why he must stay at Anfield.