Alderweireld and Vertonghen look to be Tottenham’s first-choice centre-back pairing.
Twitter’s standalone app for live-streaming video, Periscope, now has nearly two million daily active users watching 40 years of broadcasts a day.
Windows 10 sends identifiable information to Microsoft, even if a user turns off its Bing search and Cortana features, and activates the software’s privacy-protection settings.
Door-knocking on election day in her west Yorkshire constituency, Yvette Cooper encountered a woman who had been hit hard by the coalition’s bedroom tax.
Boris Johnson has raised the prospect there will be a vacancy for leader of the Conservatives in late 2018, after being pressed yet again on his ambitions to head the party.
The Coca-Cola Co. on Thursday announced James Quincey was appointed president and chief operating officer, effective immediately.
A new perk in the struggle to hire and retain talent.
The recent Greek capitulation under pressure from other euro member countries, led by Germany, demonstrates that euro members have de facto ceded sovereignty over fiscal policy to the EU.
Arsenal lost their opening game of the season to West Ham and will look to bounce back against Crystal Palace, while Jamie Carragher still thinks Petr Cech will come good despite a disappointing opening day.
Credit Suisse has hired Greenhill’s top technology dealmaker, Dhiren Shah, and Barclays banker David Kamo to run teams that advise clients including investment funds on mergers and acquisitions.
David Gold says West Ham midfielder Pedro Obiang will return to training next week.
Film-makers suing music publisher Warner Chappell say they have found proof that Happy Birthday is not covered by copyright