Rafa Benitez has spoken of his desire to manage again with a role in the Premier League his overwhelming preference. Should struggling QPR consider the former Liverpool boss as a direct replacement for Mark Hughes?
David A. Noyes, a 104 year old boutique investment firm with locations across the Midwest, has announced that Lyle LaMothe, former head of Merrill Lynch U.S. Wealth Management, has recently joined their Senior Advisory Board.
Papiss Cisse has not quite lived up to his sensational form of last season so far this campaign. Should Newcastle have cashed in on the striker while the iron was hot?
Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Everton, Aston Villa are the talk of the papers today.
Following the lead of Santi Cazorla and Juan Mata, football fans have been snapping up shares in struggling Spanish club Real Oviedo, and the deadline to do so is tomorrow (17/11).
He was likened to Didier Drogba in the summer and linked with a move to Everton, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. However the French youngster M'Baye Niang now finds himself out of favour for club and country barely four months into his AC Milan career. Have they dodged a bullet?
The U.K. taxpayer could lose the entire 66 billion pounds ($107 billion) paid to bail out struggling Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Lloyds at the height of the credit crisis, according to a report by an influential group of UK members of parliament (MPs).
Greenwich University’s student team finished first in the 2012 University Trading Challenge held at Coventry University’s London Campus on November 9th 2012.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged BP p.l.c. with misleading investors while its Deepwater Horizon oil rig was gushing into the Gulf of Mexico by significantly understating the flow rate in multiple reports filed with the SEC.
Financial M&A Falls 25% from 2011 Levels