Critics have argued Manchester City's billions is obscene - but it has been most necessary and welcome for English football, and has broken the Chelsea, Manchester United duopoly.
Here's some interesting hiring / people news.
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and Citi CEO Vikram Pandit announced Monday that Citi will be the title sponsor for New York City’s new bike share program, 'Citi Bike'.
Stuart Gulliver, chief executive of HBSC, gave his backing to the government's austerity measures on Tuesday even as France's new Socialist president pledged to step back from such tough budget regimes.
Well done M&G - it was one of the few institutional investors that didn't tick the box last week to approve Andrew Moss's re-election as a director of Aviva.
If Liverpool's American owners really want to send a powerful statement without sacking Dalglish, then transfer listing Downing is surely the next best thing.
There was no love lost between the Manchester United and Liverpool man after their racism row. Here's how another pair handled it...
Can England avoid humiliation? Will Robin van Persie win it for the Dutch? Is David Silva set to dominate with Spain? We are close to finding out...
Liberum Capital, the independent investment bank, announces that it has hired Lawrence Sugarman as Telecoms Analyst.