Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn has played down his own future, focusing on the good of the football club.
The days of long lines of Apple fans queuing outside stores for days ahead of new product releases could be numbered, if a leaked internal memo is to be believed.
One of Britain’s most successful poker players, who was influential in helping the game to cross into mainstream culture, has died after a battle with bowel and colon cancer.
No sooner had Eddie Hearn offered Carl Frampton £1.5m to defend his IBF world super-bantamweight title against Carl Quigg in Manchester on 18 July, than the Belfast boxer had rejected it.
Wolverhampton Wanderers moved up into the Championship play-off places with a 4-3 victory over Leeds United.
Tony Blair has swallowed any qualms about declaring his full support for Ed Miliband, saying he agrees with the Labour leader that inequality is the central challenge of the times.
Middle-income families will be in the line of fire of Tory spending cuts after George Osborne declined to rule out a plan to deprive 4.3m families of child benefit at a cost of £1,000 a year per family, Labour has warned.
This New York divorce attorney "likes" the idea of divorce by Facebook and says it's just the beginning of getting served by social media.
An India World Cup campaign underpinned by ruthlessness and adventure ended with the ashen taste of defeat at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in front of a crowd who had made this most historic of Australian venues seem like Little India.
A plan to transform the bank into a company more like Goldman Sachs.