Nicola Sturgeon has backed her predecessor, Alex Salmond, in his continuing spat with the former BBC political editor Nick Robinson, saying that her SNP colleague was not to blame for the dispute.
Martin Keown says Romelu Lukaku's inconsistency places him behind Christian Benteke.
Total, one of the biggest energy firms operating in the North Sea, has sold off $900m (£585m) of UK gas interests to cut costs, amid the continuing collapse of oil prices.
It's official—Apple will hold an event on Sept. 9.
Current and former Deutsche Bank staff have been questioned by the Serious Fraud Office in recent weeks in relation to the investigation into Libor rate-rigging.
Celtic star Gary Mackay-Steven feels he will produce his best performances for the Bhoys this season.
A newly formed United Craft Brewers is attempting to define what craft beer is in the UK. Is that possible? And, if so, is it a good thing?
Construction workers in Sacramento, Calif., have a new kind of boss: A drone.
Who did the buying as U.S. stocks staged the biggest turnaround in three years? The companies that issued them.
Credit Suisse is in talks to settle allegations related to its Crossfinder "dark pool" trading venue, which could result in a fine running in the high tens of millions of dollars, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Frankfurt prosecutors dropped an investigation of Deutsche Bank’s leadership saying they found no evidence the executives acted illegally when they settled a lawsuit by heirs of Leo Kirch for $1bn.