The Premier League will retain four Champions League places for the 2017-18 season after Juventus failed to beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Asda has confirmed plans to cut up to 500 jobs in stores and 250 at its head office in Leeds as the retailer battles to protect profits while sales slide.
The North Sea oil industry, once a huge moneyspinner for the Treasury, is set to become a £1bn burden for the taxpayer next year as the plunging crude price hits revenues.
London's LGBT film festival begins today with it's opening night film - The Pass - about a deeply closeted footballer
West Ham youngster was featuring for their development squad last night.
Measures targeted at an army of overseas sellers using Amazon and eBay to evade VAT were at the heart of a £12bn tax clampdown announced by the chancellor.
The Danish international has been in great form for Werder Bremen.
Darren Jackson believes the talk surrounding Ronny Deila's future at Celtic is 'disrespectful'.
After adding jobs for years, big banks have been making cuts in the face of disappointing performance and plunging share prices.
Jefferies reported a fiscal first-quarter loss as revenue from trading stocks and bonds tumbled 82%, leaving CEO Richard Handler vowing to do better.
George Osborne has warned he may have to impose bigger than expected cuts to public spending towards the end of the current parliament as the “storm clouds” in the global economy hit economic growth.
Tesco is considering cutting store staff by 39,000 over the next three years as Britain’s biggest supermarket group attempts to reverse a slump in profits.
George Nichopoulos, the Memphis doctor known as “Dr Nick” to Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, and cherished by them for his apparent inability to say no to requests for sedatives, amphetamines and narcotics, has died aged 88.