A former Lehman Brothers trader is helping to set up a networking site for property professionals.
Syria-born Bisher Armanazi hopes that AgentPad will become the go-to site for estate agents and property experts looking to share tips, post articles and boost their online profile to attract customers.
How many photographers does it take to change a terror law?
While crowds of up to 80 people didn't stray much further than Reuters Plaza, a broad spectrum of snappers turned up in Canary Wharf on Saturday to challenge "draconian" restrictions on photos.
Deon Burton scored his fourth goal of the season to deny Alan Pardew his first win of the season on his return to The Valley.
The former Charlton manager was greeted with a hostile reception from the home fans, but looked like having the last laugh when Southampton went in 1-0 up at the break.
Millwall's stuttering recent form continued as they crashed to a 2-0 defeat at Gillingham.
The Lions injury-ravaged squad found it hard to contain an ebullient Gills side and goals from Andy Barcham and Curtis Weston meant another defeat for Kenny Jackett's men.
West Ham drew their second Premier League blank in succession as they slid to defeat at Wigan on Saturday.
A second half goal from Hugo Rodallega was the difference between the two sides in a poor match at the JJB Stadium.
BGC Partners' celebrity trading day saw a host of celebrities heading to their Churchill Place offices for the annual charity event.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, ex-Formula One world champion Damon Hill and Jonathan Ross were among the big names turning up.
Charlton will be looking to maintain their 100 per cent record as they entertain Southampton at The Valley on Saturday.
But it's the sideshow of the return of the man formerly known as Super Al which will dominate the headlines.
James Henry looks set to slot straight into the Millwall squad for the trip to Gillingham.
The Reading winger returned to The Den this week as Kenny Jackett bid to boost his injury-hit squad.
An event designed to highlight the plight of the British pub has been cancelled.
Acts such as ABC, Go West and T'Pau were due to appear in Greenwich Park for the Pub In The Park event between September 18 and 20. But organisers have pulled the plug, blaming the recession and "slower than expected ticket sales".
In a two-part online report, The Wharf talks to the people inside and outside the world's largest arms fair.
In part two, we offer a glimpse inside the arms fair itself, and discover an industry increasingly catering for domestic security as well as the military.