from Photographers' Blog:

Shooting the Rugby World Cup

September 6, 2011

In the third installment, Sydney-based photographer Tim Wimborne describes what is necessary to keep the file fresh throughout the tournament and to satisfy different client needs.

from Breakingviews:

James Murdoch stuck in limbo

September 6, 2011

By Chris Hughes
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Left field:

Strauss’s side still not England’s best

August 28, 2011

By John Mehaffey

According to International Cricket Council statistician David Kendix's calculations, three England sides before Andrew Strauss's present team would have topped the test world rankings too if the current format had existed.

from The Great Debate:

America still needs to engage the world

By David Miliband
August 25, 2011

This is a response to Nader Mousavizadeh's latest Reuters column,  "A smaller America could be a stronger America."

from Breakingviews:

Man U’s mooted IPO valuation in league of its own

August 24, 2011

By Quentin Webb
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Left field:

Rusedski looks to Cincinnati for US Open form

August 24, 2011

The Cincinnati Masters became a very important event before the US Open because a lot of the big names lost early in Montreal and needed to get match play before the Open started.

from Reuters Soccer Blog:

Who can Arsenal actually buy?

August 21, 2011

With Cesc Fabregas gone and Samir Nasri possibly on the move too, there is a lot of gloom around Arsenal at the moment and Saturday's 2-0 home defeat by Liverpool did nothing to help the mood.

from Breakingviews:

HSBC supertanker will take time to turn around

August 1, 2011

By George Hay
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from The Great Debate:

Should Obama mimic David Cameron’s austerity?

By Nicholas Wapshott
July 27, 2011

By Nicholas Wapshott
The opinions expressed are his own.

In medieval times, a key member of a monarch’s retinue was the food taster, a hapless fellow who ate what his master was about to eat. If the taster survived, the food was deemed safe for the king’s consumption. President Obama has a taster of sorts in David Cameron, the British prime minister, who has embarked upon an economic experiment that echoes the recipe of wholesale public spending cuts and tax hikes needed if both sides in Congress are to agree to raising the federal government debt ceiling. How the British economy is faring offers Obama an idea of what a similarly radical policy of cutting and taxing here would mean to the American economy.

from Breakingviews:

In all, News Corp’s papers could be worth $6 bln

July 22, 2011

By Quentin Webb
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.