London may pride itself on being the world’s top financial centre. However the capital falls short in terms of quality of living, ranking just 39th according to Mercer’s latest annual study.
Facebook 's efforts to boost global Internet connectivity will continue despite a recent setback in the key Indian market, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Monday.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are competing for the Premier League title this season.
Tiger Woods’s agent has rubbished suggestions that the former world No1 has such bad back pain that he has trouble sitting down and climbing stairs.
The R&A has dealt a blow to Donald Trump by confirming the Open Championship will not be held at Turnberry before 2022. The chief executive of that governing body, though, still refuses to provide a public stance on whether Trump’s offensive opinions should exclude his venues from golf.
Half of football fans worldwide do not believe Fifa can ever restore its tattered reputation, according to a poll released before this week’s presidential election.
Vienna is the world’s best city to live in; Baghdad is the worst, and London, Paris and New York do not even make it into the top 35, according to international research into quality of life.
Key oil industry figures have called on the chancellor to use next month’s budget to prop up the North Sea oil industry after a collapse in investment.
But neither pundit expect Arsenal to beat Barcelona.
Manchester United comfortably beat League One Shrewsbury Town 3-0 in the FA Cup fifth round at New Meadow.
Bill Gates speaks about his relationship with the late Apple founder Steve Jobs and chooses a song in memory of their work together shaping the technology of the modern age, in an appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs on Sunday.
A senior government minister has admitted the tax settlement between Google and the UK government “was not a glorious moment”.
Twitter’s chief executive, Jack Dorsey, dug deep at an emergency morale-boosting session at the company’s San Francisco headquarters on Thursday, urging staff to post tweets expressing their commitment to the embattled social networking firm.