The Sunday Times and David Hunt: we still need big media
By Dominic Ponsford - 16 July 10:32

Exposing big wrongs is expensive.

iWatch: Apple’s first true foray into wearable tech
By Mark Brierley - 15 July 11:33

You have to say the odds are stacked against them though.

New Statesman
Yum! Brands second-quarter net income declines 15 per cent
By new-statesman - 11 July 10:00

China division sales and profits were affected by adverse publicity of Avian flu.

Apple conspired with publishers to raise e-book prices, rules US judge
By new-statesman - 11 July 9:30

The tech giant orchestrated a cartel with five major publishers: Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin and Simon & Schuster.

Royal Mail vans.
Five questions answered on the plans to sell Royal Mail
By Heidi Vella - 10 July 15:08

How have the workers reacted? What about the Post Office?

Alan Sugar.
Lord Sugar's OptimEyes system will track your face and eyeballs
By Fred Crawley - 10 July 11:22

Now when we gaze into the abyss of direct marketing, it will gaze back, and come to know us.

William Lynch.
Barnes & Noble CEO William Lynch resigns
By new-statesman - 09 July 10:30

The firm is also currently reviewing its strategic plan.

Michael Dell.
Michael Dell gains support of Institutional Shareholder Services for buyout offer
By new-statesman - 09 July 10:00

Shareholders of Dell Inc. are slated to vote on the offer on 18 July.

Retailers to inspect safety standards in Bangladesh factories
By new-statesman - 08 July 9:30

Most of the retailers that have signed to the plan are from Europe, not the US.

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Five questions answered on Ofcom’s broadband changes
By Heidi Vella - 03 July 12:28

Is it really going to change things that much?

Debenhams' flat results are a reflection of the times
By Neil Saunders - 27 June 9:38

Debenhams posts total sales increase of 1 per cent with flat LFL sales.

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How Google is changing small town America
By Julian Turner. - 26 June 9:53

An injection of renewable power.

The three most important things you missed in the Apple keynote
By Alex Hern - 11 June 10:38

The signals sent below the watermark.

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Wearable tech isn’t exactly new
By Sandra Kilhof Nielsen - 05 June 14:11

But the boom has only just begun.

The next twist in the Apple vs Samsung battle
By Andrew Amoils - 05 June 14:05

US ITC rules that Apple infringed on Samsung patent rights.

Tesco knows what its problems are: it just can't fix them
By Neil Saunders - 05 June 10:33

Today's results were not great.

Why on earth did the Katona pay-day loan ad get banned?
By Katy Maydon - 04 June 11:10

"Fast cash for fast lives" comes under ASA's watchful gaze.

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Does no-one do DIY anymore?
By Neil Saunders - 30 May 9:39

B&Q takes a hit.

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They’ve made a huge mistake...
By Fred Crawley - 29 May 16:55 making Arrested Development online only.

Why we'll all be behind paywalls before too long
By Dominic Ponsford - 28 May 16:19

Looking like a no-brainer.

Is Google’s share price about to crash?
By Andrew Amoils - 22 May 16:11

Could be about to follow Apple.

Tesco's treatment of its workers shows why we must stop subsidising it
By Robert Halfon - 10 May 16:41

After allegations of mistreatment of disabled and agency workers, the government should consider asking Tesco to repay the generous grants it has received, says Conservative MP Robert Halfon.

Tesco: just what went so wrong?
By Neil Saunders - 17 April 9:00

Fresh and not so easy.

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Five questions answered on Centrica’s £10bn gas deal
By Heidi Vella - 25 March 12:14

Deal to safeguard UK energy.

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How the EU got me a free iPhone
By Jon Worth - 20 March 10:28

Knowing EU law is more useful than it seems, as Jon Worth found out.

First UK fine for cold calling
By New Statesman - 20 March 9:38

DM Design will pay £90,000.