On a significant day for the women’s game in Britain, it was fitting that Johanna Konta achieved one of her most impressive wins in her home town, a year since her incredible rise up the rankings began in this tournament.
The death of Anton Yelchin has been officially ruled as an accident by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.
There are countless examples of cult movies that changed in the making, and ended up being better for it.
Leeds United goalkeeper Ross Turnbull will hope to be in the mix this season after injury.
Everton midfielder James McCarthy was praised by Ireland fans.
A Swedish footballer has hit out after being sent off for breaking wind during a match – with the referee accusing him of “deliberate provocation” and “unsportsmanlike behaviour”.
Major banks are preparing for two days of unprecedented uncertainty by stuffing cash machines full of money, placing senior bankers on high alert in emergency war rooms around the City and switching off computer-driven “black box” trading systems to avoid incurring huge losses in violent swings in shares, bonds and currency markets.
Nearly £350bn could be wiped off the value of Britain’s top companies in the event of a vote for the UK to leave the European Union, analysts at UBS have warned.
London's office buildings may become a lot less crowded if the U.K. votes to exit the European Union in its referendum Thursday, a new survey found.
The employees at the world's biggest banks are on the front lines as voters head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to stay or leave the U.K. The team at Keefe Bruyette & Woods crunched the numbers, revealing how jobs, as well as revenues may be impacted.
New research shows a Brexit could dent mergers and acquisitions and lead to talented financial professionals leaving the City.
What a prize lies in wait if the gambler can change his ways. Arguably there would be no greater storyline at the conclusion of this US Open Championship than Phil Mickelson raising the trophy aloft, thereby completing a grand slam of majors and endorsing his status as one of the finest players in the game’s history.
Ivan Lendl rarely lacks certitude, so when he says he is unsure why he resumed his partnership with Andy Murray – which got off to a flying start at Queen’s this week – a few questions were in order.