Royal Bank of Scotland has been warned in a US court that it could face a $13bn (£8.3bn) bill in a case making allegations about its behaviour before the 2008 crisis.
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The Financial Conduct Authority has imposed more than £800m of fines on banks and other companies in the first half of this year – giving the chancellor the opportunity to make eye-catching allocations to worthy causes in this week’s budget.
The singer wants to buy their property, but even a personal audience with her did not sway the sisters
West Ham United goalkeepr Adrian is positive about the way pre-season is panning out for the club.
Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Micky Hazard isn't worried about the possibility of Harry Kane leaving the club.
Former Arsenal star Ray Parlour has suggested the man difference over pre-season under Arsene Wenger.
Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara has admitted that he is powerless to stop striker Nadir Ciftci from joining Celtic.
New Leeds United signing Chris Wood holds no doubt over the potential of the team he's about to play for.
Voat, the main destination for the diaspora of disgruntled Redditors who left Reddit in protest at perceived censorship, has been dropped by its web host for “politically incorrect” content.
Google’s motto, lest we forget, is “Don’t be evil”. It seems that Snapchat’s catchphrase might now be summed up as “Don’t be creepy”.
Golfers are uneasy with the concept of rivalry in the 21st century. This partly arises from modesty with regard to the epic clashes of yesteryear; could Palmer v Nicklaus or Snead v Hogan, for example, ever find a reasonable comparison?