Culture
15 May 2012
The winners and losers
Newspapers
14 May 2012
Sir Ray Tindle, newspaper publisher and owner, has increased his stake in Johnston Press by a percentage point after...
Newspapers
14 May 2012
MPs "misread" evidence
The Staggers
11 May 2012
Rebekah Brooks was the big buzz of this week's Leveson inquiry, facing a full day of questioning. Many hoped that...
Cultural Capital
11 May 2012
Edmund de Waal is an unlikely celebrity. Tall, thin and unassuming to the point of extinction, he seems, even at a...
Newspapers
10 May 2012
Despite its recent problems, News Corporation has seen its profits jump 47 per cent. This has prompted management to...
Business
10 May 2012
Q. What is happening? 400,000 public sector workers are going out on strike, including lecturers and border control...
Consumer/Retail
09 May 2012
The UK's biggest cards manufacturer has announced that it expects its largest supplier to place it into...
Media
09 May 2012
Sly Bailey, outgoing chief executive of the Trinity Mirror, faces further protest over her £1.2m salary at the...
Voices
08 May 2012
Picture the scene, a group of people, lit only by the glow of the TV screen, sit around watching the stats come in. A...
Broadcast
08 May 2012
Al-Jazeera English has closed its Beijing bureau after China refused to renew the credentials of one of its...

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