The 23-year-old Crystal Palace forward netted the winner in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
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.
The economy has had a sluggish start to the year, a business lobby group has said.
After Novak Djokovic effectively put paid to Roger Federer’s title prospects in 54 minutes, the time it took for the defending champion to claim a two-set lead in the semi-finals, Andy Murray will have been under no illusions about the need to make a good start to his fifth Australian Open final.
David Cameron has been accused by the shadow foreign secretary of a leadership failure in Europe as the prime minister prepares to hold a crucial meeting to finalise the renegotiation of Britain’s EU membership terms.
When Jamie Murray lands in London on Tuesday he will do so with a grand slam doubles trophy to accompany his bags. He will also be the world No2 and at some stage in the very near future, it is likely he could become the world’s top-ranked doubles player.
It will probably be “no change” at the Bank of England this week, with policymakers expected to keep interest rates at their historic low again.
It's time for Manchester United's captain to step it up.
The title is ambiguous, applying to either of its lead characters, but in both cases it should be The Danish Woman, surely?
Ramin Bahrani’s excellent movie 99 Homes, released this year, starred Michael Shannon as a sinister real estate salesman and Andrew Garfield as his unwilling protege.