With the rumour mill churning once more, what do you Liverpool fans out there make of the whole saga?
Britain's business lobby group will set out its "unequivocal" support for Britain staying in the European Union on Monday, claiming that membership brings each household some £3,000 a year.
Europe's leading investment banks took a trading revenue battering in the third quarter that shows no signs of reversing before the end of the year and gives a glimpse into the upheaval facing the industry as a whole.
The Libor rigging scandal was reignited on Tuesday, forcing the chairman of Rabobank to quit after the Dutch bank was fined €774m (£662m) for rigging the benchmark interest rate.
Deutsche Bank, Europe’s largest investment bank by revenue, said third-quarter profit slid 94% after it set aside $1.65bn to cover expected legal costs and income from debt trading fell.
It was 1974, the year Sophia Loren starred alongside Richard Burton in Vittorio de Sica's final film, The Voyage (Il Viaggio). It was also the year that marked the start of an almost four-decade battle with the Italian tax authorities – a battle that has finally ended.
To the surprise of almost nobody, the banks want to get around the EU's bonus cap. And, to the surprise of even fewer, Barclays is at the head of the pack. The solution? Pay rises all round.
The Royal Bank of Scotland banker who quit in the wake of the bank's fine for rigging Libor has a new job as head of troubled Bank of Cyprus.
GLG Partners, the investment firm acquired by Man Group in 2010, has started a hedge fund modelled after its flagship European equity pool that will trade the stocks of global companies, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.
Marks & Spencer staff in Ireland have voted to strike over the firm's plans to close its final-salary retirement scheme.
In the last week of his life, the parents of Moritz Erhardt, the 21-year-old Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern who was found dead in a shower at his London flat, realised from emails sent at 5am and 6am that their son was working through the night.
Arctic Monkeys will headline T in the Park 2014, returning to the stage eight years after their first performance at the event.