Clyne becomes Liverpool's sixth signing of the summer after joining from Premier League rivals Southampton.
Here's a topical letter to staff from Jefferies CEO Richard Handler.
If you thought all professional athletes did was make it rain, date models and drive around in fancy cars .... you'd probably be right.
The midfielder will now hope to be given a chance in Tim Sherwood's squad.
Goldman Sachs has downgraded HSBC to neutral from buy because its decision to cut assets from its investment bank, without exiting underperforming businesses, will reduce revenue more than costs.
Following Angel Di Maria and Marcos Rojo's performances in Argentina's 6-1 victory over Paraguay, Manchester United fans reacted on Twitter.
Ryanair has launched a petition calling for the removal of the right to strike for European airport traffic controllers as French staff prepare for two days of strikes expected to cause travel chaos.
John Lewis is to introduce a standard £2 charge for click and collect orders under £30 from the end of July, saying the current free service is unsustainable.
The Bank of England has warned that the £30bn of fines and compensation claims imposed on the major banks since the 2008 crisis could pose a risk to financial stability.
Leeds United beat off interest from Wolves to sign Leicester striker Chris Wood.
Leeds United boss Uwe Rosler has his work cut out in the transfer market, but he's off to a good start.
Liverpool have signed another impressive player but where will he fit into their starting line-up?
England can qualify for the semi-finals in the Czech Republic if they beat Italy, and they start Liverpool forward Danny Ings and Everton man John Stones for the first time.