Now Trinity Mirror’s People newspaper is dragged into UK phone hacking scandal

In leaked evidence submitted to an employment tribunal in 2007 former People journalist David Brown has alleged the the paper’s reporters hacked into the phones of various celebrities including TV presenters Ulrika Jonsson (pictured) and Noel Edmonds. In a witness ...

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Is market leader Tesco on the retreat in the UK supermarket battle?

You have to feel for Tesco CEO Phil Clarke (pictured), no sooner had he taken over from long-serving and highly successful predecessor Sir Terry Leahy, than UK retail sales fell off a cliff, hitting supermarket food sales too for the ...

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Steve Jobs leaves a daunting but inspiring legacy

US president Barack Obama hit the nail on the head when he said that Steve Jobs, who has died aged 56, was: “brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world and talented enough to ...

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Interbrand names 2011’s 100 best brands (this time Apple makes the top ten)

And here they are (in billions of dollars) according to the big brand consultancy: 1/Coca-Cola (71.8); 2/IBM (69.9); 3/Microsoft (59); 4/Google (55.3), 5/GE (42.8), 6/McDonald’s (35.6); 7/Intel (35.2); 8/ Apple (33.5), 9/Disney (29), 10 Hewlett-Packard (28.5). These things are measured ...

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Rugby World Cup is missing a gem of an ad from William Lawson’s

What a shame Bacardi-Martini didn’t bring back this William Lawson’s ad from 2000 for this year’s Rugby World Cup. Confronting those haka-mad Kiwis with some vintage Braveheart would have been just the ticket. Even better if Scotland had qualified for ...

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