Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, and Tottenham Hotspur are the talk of the papers today.
You win some, you lose some...
If there is one thing you should learn to cook, it's Chinese food. It's useful, it's fun, and the process looks very impressive.
Could it get any worse ?
It is always exciting to overhear the conversations of people planning to do something bad, and there is something disturbingly compelling about reading the emails and instant messages exchanged by Barclays bankers in the process of rigging interest rates for their own gain.
New face required.
WestLB AG, the 180-year-old German state-owned lender that gained notoriety by trying and failing to make it as a global investment bank, ceased operations last week. Its demise is a lesson in hubris to its peers.
Vince Cable has urged shareholders in UK banks to rise up and purge their companies of corrupt executives, who he says have allowed 'systemic abuse' to take root in the banking system.
Last month, lawmakers from the ruling Democratic Party of Japan announced they will convene a panel to figure out how to stop an insider-trading problem they have been working on since 2006.
Arsenal teenager Hector Bellerin signed professional terms with the club yesterday.