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The Special One ramps up the tension ahead of Monday night's match

Invensys's 194-year history encompasses BTR – the British Tyre & Rubber Company

Last stand can't stop Invensys going French

Mark Leftly sees the British technology company's ageing investors fail to prevent its sale to Schneider Electric

Arsene Wenger has admitted he would like to extend his contract with Arsenal

Arsene Wenger drops fresh hint he will remain at Arsenal despite interest from PSG

The Frenchman will see his current contract expire at the end of the season

Vincent Tan and Malky Mackay

Future of Malky Mackay under threat after Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan sidelines key assistant

Bluebirds' head scout replaced by 23-year-old friend of controversial club owner's son

On the up – the number of women in British boardrooms rises to 19%

Vince Cable believes target of 25 per cent female representation by 2015 can be met

From the sidelines: Kenny Dalglish (left) and Sir Alex Ferguson watch on

The Last Word: Beware the presence of ex-managers

Dalglish has joined Ferguson in the directors' box, where their influence cannot be ignored

Youri Tielemans in Champions League action

Talent Scout: Youri Tielemans - the next Belgian star attracting interest from Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City

The 16-year-old midfielder has already made his debut in the Champions League

Miner Mick raises $1bn for next venture

Mick Davis, the founder and former chief executive of Xstrata, has raised $1bn (£619m) in the first stage of his plans to create yet another mining giant.

Book of a lifetime: The Old Wives' Tale, by Arnold Bennett

My friend Lottie Moggach gave me the Penguin Classics edition of this book and the truth is that I never got around to reading it. The appeal of "classics" rather gets knocked out of you when you study English Literature at university. There always seemed to be better things to do than tackle 615 pages by a writer better known for an omelette than for his work.

Former Chelsea duo Roberto Di Matteo (L) and Gus Poyet (R) are the front-runners to take over

Roberto Di Matteo and Gus Poyet have reservations over replacing Paolo Di Canio at Sunderland - potentially opening the door to Steve McClaren appointment

The former Chelsea duo are reluctant to take the high-risk role with the Black Cats currently bottom of the Premier League

Mesut Ozil cost a club record fee of £42.5m

Arsenal fans call for further investment - claiming £42.5m signing of Mesut Ozil leaves Arsene Wenger with £80m to spend

Arsenal Supporters' Trust want the manager to continue the spending throughout the next two transfer windows after saying the signing of Ozil has signalled a change in the club's approach

Market Report: Healthy result as Ixico takes over Phytopharm

The drug company that gave up on a failed new treatment for Parkinson’s, having raised millions from the likes of the Michael J Fox Foundation, has received a clean bill of health after a reverse take- over yesterday.

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Delta and Virgin merger takes off

AG Barr counts cost of failed merger with soft-drinks rival Britvic

AG Barr’s failed attempt to merge with soft drinks rival Britvic has cost the Irn Bru maker £4.9 million, it admitted today.

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