Leeds United midfielder Lewis Cook has explained how he feels representing England has helped him.
Natalie Massenet, the founder of Net-a-Porter, has quit the online fashion empire she created just weeks before its takeover by an Italian discounter is finalised.
Sony has skipped 2K and gone straight to 4K for the launch of the world’s first UHD 4K smartphone, which has four times the number of pixels of Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus.
Former Gunner Ray Parlour feels aido Berahino needs to get his head down and work hard if he wants to join Tottenham Hotspur.
Hacked extramarital dating site Ashley Madison has hit back at claims that the company filled its website with fake female profiles, saying that almost 3m messages were sent by women in the last week alone.
Computers: they make everything so easy these days. They check our spelling for us and help with maths, and now machines have added painting to the list of things they are better than us at.
David Cameron will show a lack of respect to Britain’s armed forces if he tries to “bounce” parliament into supporting an extension of British airstrikes against Islamic State targets from Iraq to Syria, Andy Burnham has said.
Plans to politically imprison Jeremy Corbyn by reintroducing elections to the shadow cabinet have been shelved after it emerged that the change would require the agreement of the party conference as well as two-thirds of Labour MPs.
There can be little disputing the Beatles were the most influential band of the 60s, but there’s a strong case that the Velvet Underground have become the second most influential by stealth.
Taylor Swift has found herself embroiled in fresh race-related controversy after the video for her song Wildest Dreams was accused of having racist overtones.
Last weekend, one of the most glittering alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Kharagpur did not show up to give a school prize as he had promised.
Novak Djokovic brought Jeremy Chardy’s week-long love affair with Montreal to a chastening conclusion as he advanced to the final of the Rogers Cup with a clinically efficient straight-sets win.
The last major of the golfing year is routinely the most exciting. Just because the US PGA Championship lacks the history of the Open or the allure of Augusta National, its compelling nature should not be understated. So it has proven again on the banks of Lake Michigan.