Average chief executive is still a fiftysomething man as women struggle to get on boards
Shirt sponsor change part of fundraising campaign
Following the announcement that Newcastle United have agreed a sponsorship deal with loans company wonga.com, we take a look at other shirt deals that raised eyebrows.
Eleventh-hour settlement with New York regulators over sanction-busting charges
Alastair Cook's career-best 137 near single-handedly kept England competitive with a total of 260 for seven in the first one-day international at the Zayed Stadium.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre believes the club's vast global appeal gives them the financial muscle to absorb revenue lost from missing out on European football.
Malaysia All-Stars 3 Liverpool 6
Liverpool's managing director, Ian Ayre, has questioned whether Manchester City's record £400m sponsorship deal is merely a ploy to sidestep Uefa's Financial Fair Play regulations.
Liverpool insisted last night that they would proceed with the marketing of a new third kit which includes a blue trim, despite the indignation of fans for whom the slightest hint of Everton's colours is anathema.
Liverpool's managing director Ian Ayre is looking forward to more money being invested in players instead of paying off debt now the club's finances are on a more even keel.
The FA has pressing concerns. The less time it wastes on people with the time to make an official complaint about Rooney's language, the better
Bank also urges club to stick with Dalglish, stay at Anfield and look to sign Asian footballers
As the only other home-grown Liverpool captain to lift the European Cup, Phil Thompson has more than an inkling about how Steven Gerrard is feeling today.
Hodgson will fight to keep striker no matter how high the bid, but will let Gerrard go if he wants out
Former Liverpool director Tom Hicks Jr, who today resigned from the board of both the football club and parent company Kop Holdings, has apologised for his "mistake" in sending an obscene email to a supporter.
Finance companies attack levy as an 'assault on the prudent and the profitable'