Sport New England Patriots running-back LaGarrette Blount scored a record four rushing touchdowns in the play-off victory over the Indianapolis Colts

Blount has been at the forefront of a Patriots side that has shifted their emphasis to a running game but they come up against the free-scoring Denver Broncos for a place in the season showcase

Mark Zuckerberg announces $2.3bn Facebook share sale

Facebook shares fall as much as 5 per cent in pre-market trading

Twitter underwriter warns of "unattractive valuation" after hot stock market debut

One of the banks that floated Twitter on the New York Stock Exchange has stunned Wall Street by warning of an “unattractive valuation” and rated the stock to “underperform” rating on the shares.

Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs Group

Never on a Saturday: Goldman Sachs, the bank famous for expecting graduates to work 100-hour weeks, tells staff to have a weekend - but that doesn't include Sunday

Some City analysts have questioned whether the new rules were a response to the death of a 21-year-old Merrill Lynch intern this summer

Market Report: Help to Buy U-turn hits the builders

Fears of a property bubble have finally reached the City. The prospect of less stimulus from the Bank of England and steps by the Government to monitor its Help to Buy scheme hit housebuilders hard yesterday.

Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan's chairman and chief executive, apologised for initially dismissing the affair as

JP Morgan fined £570m over ‘London Whale’ trading losses

Wall Street Bank agrees to make payouts to four regulators in compensation for derivative losses in 2012 costing $6.2b

Privatisation of Lloyds begins as state sells 6% stake

Five years after the government bailouts, taxpayers are set to  recoup more than £3bn

Merrill Lynch poised to settle race bias claim in $160m deal

A racial discrimination suit against Merrill Lynch that has been slowly winding its way through American courts is close to being resolved, with the biggest settlement of its kind said to be in the works after an eight-year legal tussle.

Flotation windfall for bosses at Foxtons

IPO could see them share up to £100m as property market remains buoyant

Investment Insider: Look at the US to fill gaps in your portfolio

Sometimes there are just no British equivalents to some American companies

Slavery in the City: Death of 21-year-old intern Moritz Erhardt at Merrill Lynch sparks furore over long hours and macho culture at banks

Young German worked until 6am for three consecutive days before collapse at home in east London    

4G demand pushes EE closer to £10bn float

The strongest-ever quarterly earnings from the UK’s largest mobile phone group, Everything Everywhere, today boosted the chances of its £10 billion flotation on the London stock market taking place by the end of this year.

UBS pays millions to settle US mortgage mis-selling claim

UBS, the Swiss bank that employs thousands of people in the City, has agreed to settle a multimillion-dollar legal case brought against it for selling mortgage-based investments which went bad in the financial crisis.

Boris Johnson speaks with David Cameron and Malaysian PM Najib Razak at Battersea Power Station

Another attempt at redevelopment kicks off at Battersea Power Station

The site has been disused since 1983

Banks censured over 'pointless' political lobbying

Senior Bank of England officials today delivered a stern rebuke to commercial banks that have been lobbying ministers to water down regulation of the sector.

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