Both finalists were history men but Novak Djokovic underlined that he has more of it in front of him than does Roger Federer when he beat the Swiss in two sets to become the first player to win the ATP World Tour Finals title four years in a row.
When Antonio Peña Arguelles opened an account in 2005 at Citigroup’s Banamex USA, the know-your-customer documents said he had a small business breeding cattle and white-tailed deer, ranch-raised for their stately antlers. About $50 a month would come into the account, according to the documents.
A slowdown in China has sent commodity prices swooning and dealt a blow to global growth. Now a stuttering recovery in the world's second-largest economy could spark the biggest shipping union in years.
The government’s “fixation” on the size of the state is straining vital public services and undermining social stability, according to a report from the TUC, which argues that further cuts could damage the economy.
Liverpool defeated Manchester City 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday evening.
Ed Miliband’s feelings about Jeremy Corbyn, his successor as Labour leader, have been revealed after he suggested that the party was in direr straits than when he was at the helm.
The chancellor, George Osborne, is expected to fund the softening of the blow of controversial tax credits reductions by taking away housing benefit from many of the same people who will lose out.
Jim Slater, who has died aged 86, was so successful for a few years during the 1960s financial bubble that he was nicknamed “the Master” by the financial press.
Tottenham's Andros Townsend could not really enjoy his side's win over West Ham.
Warren East, the chief executive of Rolls-Royce, will herald a new era for the engineering company this week as he presents his plans for its future.