England are set for a change of leadership after their managing director, Paul Downton, was sacked on Wednesday evening by the new England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive, Tom Harrison, after only 14 months in the job.
Suryakumar Yadav hit the winning runs to complete a swashbuckling 46 from 20 balls as Kolkata Knight Riders beat Mumbai Indians by seven wickets to open the 2015 edition of the Indian Premier League.
It’s the third round of the Call of Duty World Championships final between Denial eSports and Team revenge. The series is tied 1-1, and this match is close.
The Federal Reserve said on Wednesday that growth in the US economy had slowed and officials were divided on whether to raise interest rates for the first time since the global recession.
A big and sustained fall in the oil price can be relied on to set off a wave of takeovers in the industry.
Britain’s businesses experienced a slowdown in economic expansion in the first three months of 2015, with both manufacturers and services hit, according to the latest quarterly survey by the British Chambers of Commerce.
The Aston Villa forward has returned to form and then some in recent weeks, and would be superb addition to Tottenham's strike force.
Oops! Goldman Sachs on Wednesday retracted a downgrade of WebMD stock issued earlier in the day, citing a calculation error.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon defended the financial firm's size on Wednesday, saying "larger does not necessarily mean more risky."
Former England star Ray Wilkins came up with an interesting way to summarise everything Leeds United.
An HSBC worker claims the bank giant denied him a bonus as part of an ongoing campaign of retaliation for speaking out about harassment against a colleague, according to new court papers.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced charges against a New York-based brokerage firm responsible for underwriting a public offering despite obtaining a due diligence report indicating that the China-based company’s offering materials contained false information.
A former manager of Barclays in Italy Vittorio Maria De Stasio and businessman Aldo Bonaldi were sentenced to jail by a court in Milan on Friday on corruption charges.