Manchester United blew a 4-2 lead against Everton to allow Manchester City back into the title race. Where did Sir Alex Ferguson's men go wrong?
Things look like ending on a sad note for outgoing Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Fox Business, Reuters and Telegraph stories currently doing the rounds.
Former Societe Generale banker Ajit Madan is proving there is life after the City. With his sister Lubna he set up Camellia's Tea House and the business is going from strength to strength.
Barclays is planning to hold a 'citizenship day' next month, even as it prepares for a stormy annual meeting next week about the pay and tax of chief executive Bob Diamond.
Those who watched Dominique Strauss-Kahn at the spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund a year ago say he played a blinder. Although he was to leave Washington under a cloud shortly afterwards, DSK impressed with his no-nonsense approach to his fellow Europeans.
GHOST is the smash-hit West End musical based on the award-winning movie that captured the hearts and imaginations of a generation back in the 90s.
Wolves were relegated by Manchester City yesterday, but the damage was done long before that. Relegation though offers a brand new challenge that needs to be embraced, writes John Aggrey.
The Raymond James Financial Board of Directors has officially named Morgan Keegan CEO John Carson president, an appointment previously announced in January.
Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group has announced that Elmer L. Doty, former President and Chief Executive Officer of Vought Aircraft Industries, Inc., has joined the firm as an Operating Executive for the Aerospace and Defense team.