Darren O'Dea, former Leeds United and Celtic defender, showed a rarely seen scoring prowess in Major League Soccer last night.
American women, who trail men when it comes to making money, leading companies and accumulating wealth, are closing the gap on at least one measure: cheating on their spouses.
Bloomberg's Anna Edwards reports on Thursday's top headlines.
Welcome to the Pembury Tavern, London's first pub to accept bitcoins... and it's proving good for business.
Bank of England policy makers will probably hold fire on stimulus today, leaving Governor Mark Carney with an anti-climactic end to his first week after being hired to drive the economy to 'escape velocity'.
Paul Lambert has targeted Hiroshi Kiyotake as his next signing for Aston Villa.
New Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo can't stop scoring.
In 'Company News', Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua reports on the top business stories of the day. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's 'On The Move'.
Bloomberg News' Zachary Mider examines the IRS' case against billionaire James Simons.
Steven A. Cohen, summoned to testify before a grand jury about allegations of insider trading at his SAC Capital Advisors LP, invoked his Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate himself, said two people familiar with the matter.