Bill Cohan, author of 'Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World', spoke Wednesday to Bloomberg TV's Margaret Brennan, saying that 'Goldman's culture has gotten off the tracks', and that Greg Smith's career on Wall Street is 'toast' after writing an Op-Ed in today's New York Times.
Stuart Lancaster will be formally interviewed next week for the role of permanent England head coach vacated by Martin Johnson.
David Moyes has been Everton manager for 10 years and has still never won a game at Anfield, so the heaviness of his heart as he made six changes to the team that beat Tottenham at the weekend can only be imagined.
Roberto Mancini wants Manchester United to progress in the Europa League so that they have no physical or mental edge over Manchester City as the Premier League title run-in enters its final 10 games.
So José Mourinho could be returning to Chelsea after all.
Barclays has handed more than £30m in shares to eight of its top directors, including £10.7m for Jerry del Missier and £9.6m for Rich Ricci.
Goldman Sachs's New York City office hardly looked the headquarters of a company under attack Wednesday, at least on the outside.