A California jury found in favor of venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins in a high-profile gender discrimination case brought by former partner Ellen Pao.
A range of welfare benefits are potentially facing the axe or severe restrictions by the Conservatives after the general election, according to emails seen by the BBC.
There are plenty of players whose deals at Selhurst Park end this summer.
A Celtic player who has impressed this season has received considerable praise from a former Bhoys star.
Liverpool's Brazilian play-maker has no intention of settling for anything but his very best.
Borussia Monchengladbach boss Lucien Favre is reportedly in the frame to appointed the next Newcastle manager.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has made quite an impression.
Comparing an alleged West Ham United target with the player he is being tipped to replace.
The Irishman was in the starting line-up for Southend United, but the game was rained off.
Liverpool's task to get in the Champions League looks a little harder, but how important is it for them to secure qualification?
David Sullivan has hinted at West Ham's transfer plans for this summer.
The former Manchester United trialist has not become the star that was once predicted.
Arsenal's Danny Welbeck shone for England, while Tottenham's Harry Kane stole the headlines.
Barcelona’s Neymar was pictured alongside Arsenal great Thierry Henry.
The Southampton midfielder was in the France line-up for the Selecao's visit and, amid reports linking him with a move to the Emirates, Gunners fans were keen to see how he fared.
The former Barcelona star has named the Chelsea and Manchester United legends in his all-time side.
A former Manchester United great has tipped an enigmatic striker to be a big hit at Old Trafford were he to arrive.
A round up of news stories this morning related to Chelsea.
Why Tottenham should take a look at signing Sami Khedira.
Memphis Depay has been in discussions with a Manchester United goalscoring legend.
Nuts whole hazelnuts, hmmmmm.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has suggested not much is going to change with the way his club approach the transfer market.