Jonjo Shelvey is available for selection for Newcastle United against Leeds United.
Ronald Koeman has reportedly said he wants anybody but Liverpool to win the Premier League title, just days after admitting they're contenders.
Henry Kravis has spoken to President-elect Donald Trump about being Treasury secretary, The New York Post has learned.
Global bank executives are softening their warnings that the U.K.’s looming withdrawal from the European Union will spur an imminent exodus of staff from London.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business's 2016 employment report shows record-breaking salaries for its MBA graduates, Poets & Quants reported.
Wells Fargo said retail customers opened 44% fewer new accounts in October from a year earlier in the wake of the bank’s record-setting settlement with regulators over its cross-selling scandal.
Family offices for the world's super-rich have been pulling out of hedge funds and increasing allocations to private equity, a survey found.
Most hedge fund managers are feeling pretty good about a Donald Trump presidency, even though they have some significant reservations.
Billable hours charged to corporate clients are the cash cow of elite legal firms. The problem: AI can do much of the legal work in less time.
While this year’s girl-group hopefuls Four of Diamonds were booted off The X Factor live shows after two measly weeks, 2011 victors Little Mix prove that our appetite for four-part harmony is strong as ever.
The European Tour can perhaps lay claim to sport’s most perfect system. With the order of merit title to be decided over four days at the Earth Course in Dubai, the tournament features the three protagonists who have defined European golf’s year.
Andrew Strauss, the director of England cricket, has stated his belief that Alastair Cook will continue his role as Test captain into next summer.