University of San Diego study adds to weight of research suggesting having a partner significantly improves outcomes for sufferers
Celtic have reportedly received a number of bids from Premier League clubs from Nir Bitton.
Everyone wants a piece of Anthony Joshua. Ideally, they’d like a bit of Tyson Fury at the same time but while we still don’t know who is the best heavyweight in the world – and whether or not the best of British beef will collide this year or next – we do know who is the most marketable, and he is not from Manchester.
Early Monday morning in Augusta. On Washington Road, which runs out from downtown to the golf club, workmen are already packing away cones and pulling down signs. The police who spent the past week directing traffic are gone, so are the scalpers offering spare tickets and the Jehovah’s Witnesses, who have quit their quiet roadside vigil.
Sajid Javid has indicated that the government is ready to part-nationalise Tata Steel’s UK business in order to save thousands of jobs.
Goldman Sachs will pay $5.06bn for its role in the 2008 financial crisis, the US Department of Justice said on Monday. The settlement, over the sale of mortgage-backed securities from 2005 to 2007, was first announced in January.
Best job ever?
Dear Wall Street: Stop complaining about your pay.
Persistent misconduct and an aggressive sales culture has cost the UK’s banks and building societies £53bn in fines, compensation and legal fees over the past 15 years.
Standard Chartered is seeking to sell at least $4.4bn of assets in Asia, people with knowledge of the matter said, as the bank pares its balance sheet after booking record impairments.