The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission was allowed to pursue a lawsuit against two former brokers who sought to upend how the regulator battles insider trading. But the victory may be short-lived.
The European Central Bank is stepping up supervision of euro area banks with plans to recruit about 230 people for its regulatory arm, an increase of about 25%, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Nearly a year after the largest initial public offer in history, Alibaba Group is used to questions being asked about its business.
Newcastle United boss Steve McClaren has been pleased with the way his side have applied themselves so far.
Crystal Palace striker Bamford was nowhere to be seen as Manchester City came to Selhurst Park.
The Congolese centre-half has looked like a real star since moving to Tyneside.
Harry Kane needs to score for Tottenham, but he is trying too hard.
West Ham United winger Michail Antonio believes there is a lot of talent in the Championship, after joining the club from Nottingham Forest.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal has suggested that Joe Wildsmith could continue to start in goal against Bolton Wanderers.
The recent crop of Bond movies has come in for a lambasting from Anthony Horowitz, the latest author to join the 007 novel-writing franchise. Horowitz described the current onscreen incarnation of James Bond as “weak” and said that Skyfall was his least favourite of the entire film series.
Wes Craven, who has died aged 76 of brain cancer, was a horror pioneer three times over. In the 1970s, he wrote and directed several films that delivered a new level of intensity and explicitness to the genre.
In Guys and Dolls, Sky Masterson recounts his old man’s adage - never accept a sucker bet.