Here are a few posts sent in by our readers, describing what happened to them on September 11th, when the terrorists struck the Twin Towers:
Tomorrow is the 17th anniversary of the terror attacks in America that killed 2,996 people.
We thought it would be interesting to see how old some of the firms which operate in the financial markets are.
The Wall Street Journal reports that BarCap's 5-year 'push' for its US leveraged finance unit is paying off, as the firm currently stands in fourth postion in the league table in the first-quarter (up from eighth in the same period in 2010).
Is your firm making the news ? And, if so, why ?
Here's the latest from our Jobtalk blog.
Here's the latest from Jobtalk.
Bloomberg is reporting that Barclays Capital is to axe up to 600 jobs around the world following a review of its operations.
When we found out that ING Direct USA President and chairman Arkadi Kuhlmann puts himself up for a vote by employees each year to see if they think that he should remain in his post, we wondered what approval rating employees at some of the biggest firms in the financial markets industry would give their bosses.
Here's Ivana Takital's complete list of financial markets firms in terms of how likely they are to provide single females with their perfect partner.
Tottenham Hotspur youngster Harvey White is regarded as one of the best young players breaking through at the club.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side managed to complete one of the greatest Champions League come backs last season.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp can sign Timo Werner for £50 million this summer, with a release clause built into his RB Leipzig contract.
The Tottenham Hotspur loanee is continuing to struggle on loan.
Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers have won in the Europa League this evening.
West Ham United are still sitting in the Premier League's relegation zone heading into a number of crucial fixtures.
Does Connor Goldson of Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers get less criticism than others?
Southall feels Theo Walcott is not the right fit for the Toffees.
Premier League leaders Liverpool signed Joe Hardy from Championship high-flyers Brentford in the January transfer window - Neil Critchley loves him.
Liverpool are edging closer to a record-breaking Premier League title.