Former Barcelona star Ronaldinho will feature for Brazil against England tonight, but he isn't the only high profile Brazilian with a story to tell.
Elliott Gotkine reports on the Libor rates scandal.
Jim O'Neill, chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, discusses his life and career.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the Dept. of Justice’s lawsuit against S&P.
Stoke's Michael Owen has got away with his 'punch' thrown against Arsenal.
Tom Gibson reports on the world of ironman.
Liverpool clinched the signing of Philippe Coutinho last week, and fans are rightly getting excited to see him in action.
Henderson Global Investors Head of Global Equities Matthew Beesley discusses UBS's bonus pools.
Bloomberg's Manus Cranny reports that Barclays has said it will set aside an additional $1.6bn to cover misselling of payment-protection insurance and other products.
The U.S. Justice Department intends to file a civil lawsuit against Standard & Poor’s based on ratings in 2007 of certain collateralized debt obligations, the company said Monday.