News Dr Leah Totton, right, alongside Apprentice mentor Karren Brady

The first cosmetic skin clinic launched by last year’s winner of The Apprentice, in partnership with Lord Sugar, has opened its doors

Sugar's £400,000 sweetener for Labour

Enterprise tsar Lord Sugar has

Alan Sugar gives £400,000 to Labour campaign

Enterprise tsar Lord Sugar has donated £400,000 to the Labour Party, he announced today.

Market too tough for a Big Bear listing

Big Bear Group has shelved it's plans to float on the stock market. The company behind the Sugar Puffs cereal brand, Fox's Glacier Mints and Just Brazils chocolates has become the latest in a wave of companies forced to ditch their hopes for listings.

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The enterprise tsar reveals his soft side to Michael Savage

Third of students 'can't name Labour leader'

A third of students do not know that Gordon Brown is the leader of the Labour Party, a survey found today.

Roger Trapp: 'Even poets have been cited nio inspiring business founders & managers"

Henry Stewart, the founder of the London-based IT training company Happy Computers, had twin inspirations when setting up his business nearly 20 years ago. The first was that his experience at the short-lived newspaper News on Sunday showed him how not to run a business. “It was a great idea, a radical tabloid with a serious news agenda, but it was the most appallingly run organisation,” he has said. “It taught me |the importance of management skills.”

Small Talk: Who do you think you are?

Henry Stewart, the founder of the London-based IT training company Happy Computers, had twin inspirations when he set up his business nearly 20 years ago.

The Sketch: Lords bowled over by Sugar's maiden speech

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Business Diary: Lord Sugar learns official speak

Lord Sugar seems to be catching on to this politics lark. Yesterday, a day after an intemperate public rant about the small firms he's supposed to be championing in his new Government post, The Apprentice star issued this statement: "It is unfortunate that my words have been taken out of context". Nick and Margaret have obviously been in touch with some PR advice.

Struggling small business bosses are "moaners" says Sir Alan Sugar

Sir Alan Sugar dismissed bosses of struggling small businesses as "moaners" who "live in Disney World", it has been reported.

Struggling small business bosses are 'moaners' says Sir Alan Sugar

Sir Alan Sugar dismissed bosses of struggling small businesses as "moaners" who "live in Disney World", it has been reported.

Last night's television: Prodigy's passion is far from spent

Alex: A Passion for Life (Channel 4), Micro Men (BBC4), Scrubs (E4)

Powerleague agrees to £42m takeover

The five-a-side football operator Powerleague has agreed to a £42.5m takeover offer from its biggest shareholder. Its executive chairman, Claude Littner – a former colleague of Lord Sugar who appears in The Apprentice – stands to make £2.6m from the deal.

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