Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg sets himself a “personal challenge” every year, from wearing a tie every day in 2009 and learning to speak Mandarin in 2010 to only eating meat in 2011 if he killed the animal himself.
Here are 5 things the massive hacking at Sony exposed-including how companies use risk management incorrectly to justify bad decisions.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has responded to criticism from striker Mauro Zarate.
Voters still trust David Cameron more than Ed Miliband on the NHS, despite Labour having made the health service the main focus of its campaigning since the summer, a survey shows.
Andrew Lansley has confirmed his nomination for a top job at the UN which Labour described as a consolation prize from David Cameron for sacking him.
Charities working in crisis-hit regions are failing to receive millions of pounds in funding because of banks’ fears of incurring tough penalties for failing to stop the flow of terrorist funds and money laundering, according to a report.
UBS floor director rang the opening bell on Tuesday to celebrate 50 years on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
With another year almost over, we look back on Sunderland's best memories of a very eventful 12 months.
Leeds United are reportedly interested in Livorno striker Andrey Galabinov.
Stoke City will be out to cause a New Year upset and repeat last season's victory over Manchester United at the Britannia Stadium, while United are looking to build on their promising opening half of the campaign with their third win on the road this season.
Southampton fans took to Twitter on Monday night to react to Maya Yoshida's performance in the 2-1 home defeat to Manchester United.
Ismail Azzaoui scored a hat-trick in Tottenham's FA Youth Cup win over Blackburn Rovers.
Roy Keane and Kevin Pietersen provided titillation, while two wonderfully esoteric titles took the cycling book into uncharted territory. And then there was the Oscar Pistorius case…