The latest news to come out of Manchester United.
Fifty years on, James Bond has still got it. I’m not talking about his penchant for fast cars and fancy women (though that’s still there too), but rather, his steadfast personal brand. 007 remains cool, confident and immaculately dressed in Skyfall (released this Friday) – even after his shenanigans on top of moving trains.
News and gossip from Arsenal FC in the past 24 hours.
The Ligue 1 giants are ready to let some of their more valuable assets go in order to achieve financial stability. Arsenal, Reading, Liverpool, Tottenham, West Ham, Chelsea, Stoke City and more may be interested in the two players being mooted with the exit door.
The Dinamo Zagreb striker has earned comparisons to Nikica Jelavic and fellow Montenegrin Mirko Vucinic. So what can we tell you about him? Here are 10 fun-Fatos-facts.
... on-loan at least. The talented striker was one of Europe's leading marksman last season and after signing a new four-year-deal with Manchester City last week he will be keen to earn first team football after returning from a prolonged spell on the sidelines. Could Liverpool give him the chance of Premier League football while adding a dangerous striker option in the process?
Each week Simon Bunn looks back at the exploits of those that set the Premier League alight. To earn a resting place in this feature the player had to be a true Premiership legend… Matthew Le Tissier certainly falls into that category.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has launched a probe into the messy departure of Vikram Pandit as chief executive of Citigroup and whether the board of directors of the big bank properly disclosed his ouster, the FOX Business Network has learned.
Former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel was sentenced to three years in prison for his role in France's biggest rogue-trading scandal on Wednesday and ordered to repay the bank $6.35bn.
In March 2008, the Justice Department made an extraordinary request: It asked a judge for permission to record secretly the phone conversations of Raj Rajaratnam, a billionaire hedge fund manager.