Leeds United head coach Uwe Rosler has defended his decision to play Lewis Cook in a wide role.
Swansea City striker Michu is reportedly considering retirement.
It just became a little harder to force someone to take copyrighted videos off YouTube, after a ruling from a three-judge panel in California found that before filing a removal notice, copyright holders must consider whether the way their intellectual property is used could be considered “fair use” under US law.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says the company is – at long last – responding to the desire for a “dislike” button on the popular social media site.
The contingencies have been worked through, the infrastructure and facilities laid down.
Yvette Cooper, pushed into third place in the Labour leadership race, has said she is to dedicate herself to help step up the British and European response to the refugee crisis.
Some politicians seem to get all the luck. Even though the NHS has lurched from crisis to crisis ever since he was appointed health secretary three years ago, Jeremy Hunt has always seemed to get a relatively easy ride.
James Ward-Prowse has reached out to former Southampton teammate Luke Shaw.
Interest rates in the US have been close to zero since the depths of the financial crisis but global investors are braced for change, as the country’s central bank prepares to raise borrowing costs.
Would you pay to keep Snapchat images around a little longer? The messaging start-up hopes so.
Daiwa Capital Markets, the investment banking arm of Japan’s Daiwa Securities Group, has hired Gary Hibbard as an Executive Director in its Fixed Income Trading Division.
A science fiction / drama-documentary film about the 1997 case of four missing men that might be linked to UFO sightings on the same night in the same area.
David Gold has revealed that Slaven Bilic is delighted to have signed Nikica Jelavic.