There is a mutiny at Tottenham. Apparently. Really?
Chelsea captain John Terry's punishment by the FA served to highlight the problem which authorities hoped had gone away. Can steps be taken to act on the issue while it is in the public eye?
Nomura has announced that it has hired Tina Rydberg as Head of Nordic Fixed Income Sales and Global Market Sales, Denmark.
The midfielder has been excellent in West Ham’s solid return to the top flight, and having represented England at many youth team levels, he might be finally about to make the senior squad.
Tottenham Hotspur finally ended their miserable winless-record at Old Trafford at the weekend with an impressive and hard-fought 3-2 win against Manchester United.
Ed Miliband has indicated that a threat by banks to move abroad would not deter him from breaking them up if they did not agree to revolutionise their operations and put ordinary customers first.
A Swiss-based hedge fund manager has been handed a £900,000 fine by the Financial Services Authority for manipulating the share prices of companies with the intention of boosting the value of his fund.
The UK has come a step nearer losing its AAA credit rating after one of the big three ratings agencies warned that rising debts and slowing growth jeopardised its status as a safe haven for investors.
Deirdre Bolton reports on an expensive new real estate purchase.
Kelly Bit reports Friday's market-moving stories.