Like some malefactor being grilled by Mike Wallace in his 60 Minutes prime, Glenn Hubbard, dean of Columbia Business School, gets hot under the third-degree light of Charles Ferguson’s questioning in Inside Job. Hubbard, who helped design George W.
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How Manchester United Became the Biggest Soccer Team in the World
On Saturday, May 14, as the final whistle ended a 1-1 draw in the English Premier League between Blackburn Rovers and Manchester United, a man looking perhaps a shade younger than his 69 years began dancing around and hugging everyone in sight. If Sir Alex Ferguson, United’s manager, looked like a bit of a dork as he usually does when celebrating nobody cared.
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United back on top as Chelsea crash at Villa
Champions Manchester United returned to the top of the English Premier League on Saturday after previous leaders Chelsea crashed to a 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa. United held off a late onslaught from Bolton to secure a 2-1 home victory to move a point above Chelsea, who suffered only their second reverse this season — both coming away from home.
Sunderland hold Man Utd at Old Trafford
Manchester United’s eight-game winning run came to an abrupt end as they salvaged a fortunate 2-2 home draw against Sunderland in the English Premier League on Saturday. Sunderland took the lead in the early first half through Darren Bent before Dimitar Berbatov equalized with a stunning volley just after the break.
Carrick gives Man Utd win over Wolfsburg
Manchester United came a goal behind and shrugged off the early loss of Michael Owen to injury to beat German champions Wolfsburg 2-1 for their second victory in Champions League Group B. Owen, looking to impress watching England manager Fabio Capello, survived for just 20 minutes at Old Trafford before going off with a groin strain
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Best derby of all time, claims gloating Fergie
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson hailed his side’s rollercoaster 4-3 victory over neighbors Manchester City at Old Trafford as the “best derby of all time.” Ferguson made the claim while ruing his side’s sloppy defensive play which allowed City to claim three equalizing goals before Michael Owen’s clinical winner deep into injury time on Sunday.