With Twitter's quarterly earnings report out on Tuesday, Wall Street wants to see if the social media company can reignite user growth.
Independence may offer Scotland the greatest stability while the rest of the UK faces upheaval after last month’s vote to leave the EU, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Labour is being sued by a group of its members over the decision to exclude 130,000 people who joined the party since January from being able to vote in its leadership contest.
The former QPR winger has fitted in very well at his new club since moving at the start of July.
Julius Baer has become the latest in a string of companies which has reported bumping up its bottom line on Brexit uncertainty, as it issued its half year results Monday.
The deal with Verizon ends months of uncertainty about Yahoo after it announced plans to review strategic alternatives in February.
Sunderland announced Martin Bain’s appointment as their new chief executive on the evening of FA Cup final day. Considering this was a Saturday night dominated by the news that José Mourinho would be replacing Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, it looked as if the Wearsiders had something to hide.
The young striker joined the club from Leicester City last week.
Patrick Vieira is unshakeable.
Weird scenes, these.
Two hundred metres before the end of Yuliya Stepanova’s 800m heat she heard a tendon in her foot snap. But after all the travails she has suffered since blowing the whistle on doping in Russian athletics she was not about to surrender to a mere injury.
Jo Pavey’s hopes of becoming the first British female track athlete to compete in five Olympic Games were given a dramatic kiss of life on Wednesday night as she cut through the field with a late charge to finish fifth in the 10,000 metres European Championships final in the Olympic Stadium here.