Twitter has outlined its ambitions to boost the proportion of women and underrepresented minorities in its workforce, publishing targets for “a more diverse Twitter” in 2016.
Neil Black has high hopes for the Rio Olympics after a host of younger British athletes proved they were “going global” and have genuine medal potential next summer.
Serena Williams, as befits the grand dame of tennis, began the pursuit of a calendar grand slam with a regal swat on the first evening of the 2015 US Open.
Political biographies can permanently alter our perceptions of leaders.
Andy Burnham has made an unabashed pitch for the leftwing Jeremy Corbyn vote in the Labour leadership contest, saying that the party has been “dancing to the tune of the Tories for too long”.
Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler is pleased the hard work at his club has now translated into a much needed win.
There aren’t many pop stars in the industry quite like Miley Cyrus.
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.
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.
A swell of mergers and other transactions this year has bolstered the fortunes, and stock prices, of several independent and boutique investment banks.
Royal Bank of Scotland awarded 10 executives a total of $2.8m in shares, as banks sidestep European bonus limits.