A new alternative to bitcoin was launched in London Wednesday with official trading for the technology beginning next week on a global exchange based in Hong Kong.
Mousa Dembele rates Toby Alderweireld highly, but isn't sure whether he will move to Tottenham.
Facebook opened up its Messenger app to developers on Wednesday, making way for new applications like video chat, gifs and audio services on its system.
Fifa 15 publisher Electronic Arts has launched a stern defence of its decision to reconfigure the transfer market within the game’s popular Ultimate Team mode.
It is now 29 years since Jack Nicklaus, then 46, won at Augusta National.
Renault has accused Red Bull of lying as relations between the engine supplier and the Formula One team reached a new level of acrimony five days before the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Former England man Danny Murphy says Sam Allardyce has already done more than has been expected of him at West Ham United.
Paula Radcliffe has criticised Nike’s decision to award controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin with a new sponsorship deal, describing the decision as not reflecting “the core values of the Nike that I am proud to represent”.
Ed Balls ruled out introducing rises in national insurance and in the basic and higher rates of income tax as Labour moved to neutralise claims by David Cameron that the party was planning to introduce a tax “bombshell” after the election.
David Cameron wrongfooted Ed Miliband at their final prime minister’s question time encounter on Wednesday by echoing Labour’s headline-grabbing pledge not to increase VAT.
The U.S. operations of Germany's and Spain's largest banks had their knuckles rapped by the U.S. Federal Reserve late Wednesday.
Incoming Credit Suisse boss Tidjane Thiam is expected to focus on private banking in Asia while aggressively cutting jobs at its investment bank, as he aims to repeat the success in the region of his old employer, Prudential.