Britain's fifth largest airline ceased operating last week after forecasting losses of over £100m in 2018.
The US company analyses performance data from more than 100,000 games a year across almost 90 leagues.
Priory Group has invested almost £300,000 in the centre, which will be staffed by therapists and psychiatrists.
Germany's second-largest airline has been trying to find a buyer since filing for insolvency in August.
US company defends itself by claiming it has always paid all the tax it owed and delivered a £3.5bn boost to the UK economy.
Job cuts to be concentrated at defence giant's Warton plant in Preston, Lancashire, reports suggest.
Spain's fifth-largest bank has triggered process to move to Alicante to ensure it stays within the ECB's framework.
Shortage of pilots forced the airline to cancel approximately 20,000 flights between September and March.
Federation of German Industries says it is reluctantly coming to the conclusion that a hard Brexit was appearing inevitable.
Iain Conn, boss of the British Gas' owner, says move could have opposite effect and result in higher prices across the board.
Consortium working on a "speedy resolution" that will benefit both sides according to senior executive.
Four rail operators will run a limited service on 5 October after RMT members voted in favour of industrial action.
US bank looks to win back customers' trust with the move following a scandal over its sales practices.
US car giant's CEO Jim Hackett vows to increase company's presence in China and to focus on SUVs and trucks.
European Commission says online retailer must pay back €250m in back taxes as it got "illegal state aid" from Luxembourg in 2003 when Jean-Claude Juncker was the country's Prime Minister.