Sunderland host Newcastle United in the Wear-Tyne derby this Sunday.
Twitter's newly returned CEO Jack Dorsey announced via Twitter that he plans to give around a third of his personal stake in the company —around 1 percent of Twitter — to an employee equity pool.
With 40 million fans, YouTube star Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg could have his pick of broadcasters if he decided to move into television. But the man whose channel has more than 10bn video views plans to stick with his online community.
In the last decade, the phrase “social games” has come to represent a very specific gaming category. Initially, on Facebook with the likes of Zynga’s FarmVille, and then on mobile led by the ubiquitous Candy Crush Saga, it tends to mean casual games that are highly connected to social media sites.
Amazon beat Wall Street expectations on Thursday, reporting a surprise profit, helped by rapid growth in its cloud computing business.
The NFL has signed a new deal with Wembley to play at least two games a year at the stadium until the end of the decade, as it continues to slowly build towards a full-time franchise in London.
An early warning system for benefit claimants facing sanctions is to be trialled in response to claims that an excessively punitive and bureaucratic system is driving some claimants deeper into poverty.
The government has pushed through plans to give English MPs the right of veto over English laws – a move that the shadow leader of the Commons described as “a charter for breaking up the union”.
The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder produced a pretty non-existent performance against Anderlecht.