Seven games in, what should we make of Newcastle United's start to the season?
Diving is the hot topic of debate right now, with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur players under the spotlight. Should punishments be harsher?
Abou Diaby is due back for Arsenal after the international break, and writer Shikharr Chandra takes a look at his battle with injuries, and future prospects.
Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group has announced that Joseph A. Schenk, former Jefferies Group Inc. Chief Financial Officer and most recently Chief Executive Officer of First New York Securities LLC, has joined the firm in a consulting role as an Operating Executive in the Global Financial Services Group.
Regardless of how Ashley Cole is punished for his Twitter discrepancies, Everton's Baines is in top form, younger and brings a skill at dead ball situations that could prove invaluable.
FOX Business Network (FBN) Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino reports that former Federal Reserve Governor Kevin Warsh is making the push right now internally with Romney aides and trying to get on the top list” to replace Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner if Mitt Romney wins the presidential election in November.
Cristina Alesci reports on Jason Kelly's interview with KKR's George Roberts.
Wells Fargo has announced that Jim Hays has been named executive vice president and head of Wealth Brokerage Services.
Bank of America and Citigroup are among U.S. lenders collectively hoarding the largest share of their profits in seven years as stricter capital rules curb firms’ payouts to investors.
Manchester United winger Nani didn't feature at the weekend, but on Twitter he sidestepped his omission entirely. Probably for the best...