Barack Obama attempted to seize back the political initiative on Tuesday by abruptly switching to a new, positive strategy for the final stretch of the White House campaign after dominating the third and final presidential debate.
President Barack Obama's claims that massive military spending cuts due to kick in next year "will not happen" caught foes and supporters by surprise during Monday's final presidential debate.
A group of 10 eurozone countries moved a step closer to introducing a financial transaction tax when Brussels gave its approval to the idea of placing a small levy on trades.
State-controlled Royal Bank of Scotland is examining selling its US business Citizens and reducing the size of its investment bank, the agency in charge of the taxpayer's stake has said.
Each week Simon Bunn looks back at a player that arrived in the Premiership with a huge reputation, and often a hefty transfer fee. They were the type of signing that had fans licking their lips and rushing to club shops to get their new heroes name embezzled on the back of shirts. But, after the hype followed the ultimate realisation that they couldn’t quite cut the English mustard.
Manchester United have been linked with a number of potential January signings but with players rumoured to be coming in, space must be made for their arrival.
With Mancini's men struggling in the Champions League group of death, they will be fighting to qualify right up to the end of the group stages.
Today is my last day at my firm.
Democratic Congressman Barney Frank defended the largest U.S. bank on Monday, saying in a statement that the government was wrong to go after JPMorgan Chase for the alleged misdeeds of Bear Stearns
Wall Street executives are 'delusional' if they think their pay will continue to rise significantly, Kenneth Feinberg, the former Obama administration special master on executive pay, told CNBC on Friday.