David Moyes is reportedly keen on the Aston Villa job.
Social technology, in the words of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, would “make the world more open and connected”, and unite the international community. It promises a new, global platform for cultural storytelling – a significant opportunity to know one another better than ever before.
Alex Rodriguez will call time on a hugely successful and often controversial baseball career in 2017 when his contract with the Yankees expires.
On the opening day of the WGC Match Play Championship Rory McIlroy summoned the spirit of recovery which defines a champion.
“This is going on longer than a European fisheries meeting,” grumbled Boris Johnson as the Treasury select committee drifted well into its third hour.
Derby's Jake Buxton was delighted to make his comeback against Nottingham Forest.
A branch of Oxfam in Swansea has asked donors to bring ‘less Fifty Shades and more 60s vinyl’. Are Britain’s charity shops stuffed with more bestselling soft porn than they know what to do with?
Ukip has suspended one of its highest profile politicians, Suzanne Evans, for six months over suspected disloyalty to the party.
The deep divisions in the Labour party over Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership were laid bare yesterday after a leaked letter emerged, identifying the MPs his supporters consider to be “hostile”.
The U.K. Supreme Court ruled that Deutsche Bank and UBS must pay taxes on two banker bonuses plans, saying the firms exploited loopholes to avoid payments in a decision that will affect a number of similar arrangements.
Bank of America’s head of fixed-income electronic sales, Robert Grillo, has left the company amid a round of job cuts across the investment bank, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Citigroup joined U.S. rivals in signaling another dismal start to the trading year, spurring a slide in Wall Street bank stocks.