Jerome Kerviel’s lawyer says he has obtained evidence that raises fresh questions about whether Societe Generale knew of activities by the former employee that led to a $5.3bn trading loss eight years ago.
Young people in the UK and other developed nations are much more concerned about the level of their technological skills than their counterparts in emerging economies, a report suggests.
WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service, is to drop its token $1-a-year subscription to go fully free for every user, the company’s chief executive has announced.
Friends Reunited was a pioneer of social networking when it launched in 2000, but on Monday founder Steve Pankhurst announced its closure.
At the risk of alerting those investigators tasked with detecting even a hint of financial risk-taking on Planet Tennis, Andy Murray is looking a good bet to do very well again at this Australian Open after an uncomplicated win over the German teenager Alexander Zverev on the second day.
Johanna Konta continues to confound her dwindling collection of doubters, not to mention some illustrious opponents, the latest of them the garlanded Venus Williams.
The prospect of ultra-low interest rates persisting for years to come has been conjured up by a leading Bank of England policymaker after a further fall in oil prices and shares in London sinking to their lowest level since late 2012.
Up to 300 jobs are at risk at London-based ready meals company Bakkavör Meals after it lost a contract to supply Tesco with mashed potato.
Manchester United have attempted to bring in Tottenham head of coaching John McDermott.
Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez could return after recovering from injuries.
Sedative effects of night milk have not been tested on people but the high amounts of tryptophan and melatonin suggest it may be healthier than Ambien
Paul McGrath believes Aston Villa could continue on a path down the English football pyramid.
Gerard Houllier has revealed information about Jurgen Klopp's love for Liverpool.