Aston Villa were beaten 4-0 in Eric Black's first match in charge.
The Whites boss says supporters have every right to be unhappy.
Morgan Stanley cut Colm Kelleher’s pay 4.7% to $15.3m for 2015, the year before he was promoted to president.
JPMorgan private bankers who oversaw $1.2bn are striking out on their own, helped by a Silicon Valley startup with links to secretive big-data firm Palantir Technologies.
The under-pressure Toffees boss thought his side controlled the first half of their latest Premier League defeat.
Sunderland are currently four points adrift of safety in the Premier League standings.
John Collins says that Celtic want to play entertaining football.
Newcastle United are currently six points adrift of safety in the Premier League table.
West Ham United striker Andy Carroll has started just seven Premier League matches this season.
The 24-year-old missed Spurs' last game due to an injury picked up on international duty.
Will the real Iain Duncan Smith please stand up? The self-styled “quiet man” of British politics is a hard subject to paint in broad brush strokes. A former army officer, IDS – as he is known to many – is often seen in the mould of Norman Tebbit, the MP for Chingford, whose seat he inherited in 1992.
David Cameron and George Osborne were struggling to maintain a semblance of unity in the Tory party as allies of Iain Duncan Smith said he had quit the cabinet because he regarded their cuts to welfare as “morally indefensible”.
Forty million years ago a group of ants sat on a tree trunk watching another ant at work. A drop of sap welled over them; the rest is palaeontology.