BP and Rio Tinto, two of the largest companies on the London Stock Exchange, will come under fire on Thursday over their environmental record at their annual meetings.
Nottingham Forest boss Dougie Freedman has proven his ability to spot talent in the transfer window with his dealings at former club Crystal Palace.
The Queens Park Rangers midfielder took to social media to send a message to his compatriot at Newcastle United.
Citigroup reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Nick Clegg is to warn that a rightwing alliance of Ukip, the Democratic Unionists and the Conservatives could hold power after the election, a scenario the Liberal Democrats are calling Blukip.
Eurostar’s revenues fell in the first quarter of 2015 as ticket sales faltered after the Paris terror attacks and disruption from a fire in the Channel tunnel.
Bank of America said on Wednesday that first-quarter profit and revenue fell in its Global Wealth and Investment Management division from a year earlier on lower commission income and higher expenses.
Google has apologised to The Guardian and Bild, after citing “nonsense” figures for the two sites’ traffic statistics in a response to the European Commission’s antitrust charges against the company.
The Jamaican will become a free agent in the summer.
Tony Carr is delighted with West Ham United securing Mark Noble and James Tomkins to long-term contracts.
They say a change of scenery is as good as a rest and Alastair Cook looks to have benefited from both if the performance of England’s Test captain on day one of this opening tour match is anything to go by.
Tiger Woods declared himself ready to end a near seven-year wait for a 15th major victory, and what would surely rank amongst the most sensational of all, after taking to the course for 11 holes at Augusta National on Monday.