José Mourinho sent Paddy McNair a good luck text for the European Championship and may have received a brusque reply but for an alert from Manchester United, the Northern Ireland international has disclosed.
Chris Coleman has called on his Wales players to rediscover the same qualities that helped them to qualify for Euro 2016, in particular the need to be ruthless and horrible as they seek to get off to the best possible start in their opening group game against Slovakia.
On the front page of L’Equipe there was a portrait of Paul Pogba and a headline that doubled up as a demand. The accompanying photographs were of France’s legendes.
Eight months to the day after Taulant Xhaka anchored Albania’s midfield as they sealed a place at Euro 2016 with a 3-0 win over Armenia – while his brother, the Swiss international Granit, sent supportive messages on social media – the pair face a scenario neither could have seriously expected when cheering one another on in the qualifiers.
The Department of Financial Services is requesting information pertaining to the bank's Malaysian 1MDB dealings.
The Everton defender looks set to miss out in favour of Chris Smalling and Gary Cahill.
West Ham United’s Dimitri Payet, Newcastle United’s Moussa Sissoko and Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny revel in France’s win against Romania at the Euro 2016 finals.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says employee wellness programs are a good investment.
Tens of thousands of staff at Royal Bank of Scotland have been told to retain a neutral stance on the EU referendum in discussions with customers.
Burberry is losing a key member of its management team after John Smith, chief operating officer, announced plans to step down next year.
The former London mayor rejected claims by the JPMorgan Chase CEO that the U.K.'s exit from the EU would cost jobs.
Michael Gove has fired shots at investment banks and big business in the midst of EU referendum campaigning, saying the EU is rigged in their favour.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Boerse are walking a tightrope. As well as attempting to persuade shareholders and regulators to approve their £21bn merger, the tie-up has also attracted passionate interventions from politicians in the UK, Germany and elsewhere.