Sprint files to block AT&T purchase of T-Mobile USA

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON D.C. (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel has formally asked U.S. regulators to block AT&T Inc’s proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA, saying the deal “has no public interest…

Fifa urged to postpone election

The Football Association and the Scottish FA call on Fifa to postpone Wednesday’s presidential election because of the alleged bribery scandal.

Money: final day for offers to buy the state-run bookmaker the Tote

Presented by Dominic Laurie and Mickey Clarke

Bidders have until the end of today to submit their final offers if they want to buy the state-run bookmaker the Tote! We speak to John Heaton, Managing Director of the Betting and Gaming Consultancy, and former CEO of the Tote.

At the last count women made up only 12% of directors of FTSE 100 companies, former minister Lord Davies said the FTSE 100’s boards should have a minimum of 25% female representation by 2015. So how to make it happen? Chief Executive and Founder of The Women’s Business Forum Heather Jackson gives us an insight.

With the unemployment rate pushing two and a half million, many of you may be trying to learn new skills to make yourself as appealing as possible to employers, but are bosses more about your mind-set than your skill-set?

With the unemployment rate pushing two and a half million, many of you may be trying to learn new skills to make yourself as appealing as possible to employers.

Jobs to headline Apple launch, unveil iCloud

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs leaps back into the spotlight next week to showcase the iPad maker’s latest software and is widely expected to unveil an online music storage and streaming service.

Jobs to headline Apple launch, unveil iCloud

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs leaps back into the spotlight next week to showcase the iPad maker’s latest software and is widely expected to unveil an online music storage and streaming service.

Exclusive: Yahoo and Alibaba reach agreement over Alipay:sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc has resolved its dispute with Alibaba Group over the Chinese company’s transfer of a major Internet asset to its chief executive, two sources close to the matter said.

Wall Street ends up as Greece hopes help

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street bulls took the upper hand on Tuesday as hopes for a new plan to deal with Greece’s debt crisis soothed some investor worry, but more grim economic data suggested there were more hurdles ahead.