In 1985 my family made a terrible mistake – a mistake that would have far-reaching consequences; a mistake that would blight my life for several painful years.
Former Premier League boss Neil Warnock feels Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood can go one of two ways as he looks to replace Christian Benteke.
Labour should give up trying to persuade the public that it is wrong about the party spending too much before the crash and just “move on”, a left-leaning thinktank said on Thursday.
Universal Pictures in France has been seeding a pirated copy of its latest blockbuster Jurassic World from its own servers.
Greece is bracing for the return to Athens of officials representing the reviled “troika” of creditors as the debt-stricken country prepares to start negotiations for a third bailout.
The Royal Mint has reported soaring profits, boosted by commemorative coins struck and sold to mark events such as the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill’s death and the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
Stewart Downing says he wasn't convinced that Slaven Bilic wanted to keep him at West Ham.
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A new CareerBuilder survey finds workers are having an increasingly hard time separating their professional and personal lives.
Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler is confident his team can progress from the last two years.
JPMorgan will pay $166m and change credit-card collection practices after regulators found that the bank used abusive tactics to collect debts, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said on Wednesday.
Alcoa delivered quarterly earnings on Wednesday that missed estimates, but it reported a beat on revenue.
Goldman Sachs have announced Lord Anthony Grabiner has come aboard as a non-executive director of Goldman Sachs International ('GSI'). Lord Grabiner joins Claes Dahlbäck and Lord Brian Griffiths as non-executive directors of GSI.