The former foreign secretary William Hague has said that the UK should not rule out having some of its own forces on the ground in Syria and Iraq if it is to defeat Isis.
The travel industry is facing the greatest turmoil in 30 years because of the recent series of incidents capped by the terrorist attacks on Paris, said Thomas Cook chief executive Peter Fankhauser.
Banking is reaching an “Uber moment” in which technological advances will lead to hundreds of branch closures and a possible halving of the number of staff employed in the sector, the former chief executive of Barclays has warned.
HSBC is attempting to address the lack of gender equality at the top of its operations by setting a target for equal numbers of women and men in senior roles in its UK arm.
Whoa! This is not the time to hit on your office crush.
The winger got mixed reviews from United fans but looked bright.
Dejan Lovren has been talking up Jurgen Klopp - but at Brendan Rodgers' expense?
Roy Keane believes Arsenal will fail to beat Olympiakos.
Manchester United offered a limp display in the Champions League against PSV.
Liverpool go head-to-head with Bordeaux later this week.
Ryanair on Monday said it expects to post annual profits at the upper end of its forecast range as fuller-than-expected planes lift passenger numbers.
Valuations of private tech companies are high but there is no bubble, the co-founder of chat app firm Slack, which itself is valued at $2.8 billion, told CNBC.
Apple lives on cream – the very top of the market.