Life and Style A double espresso after revision might be the best way of preparing for an exam, new research suggests

Scientists find first clear evidence of caffeine’s memory-boosting effect, and shown that it lasts for at least 24 hours

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James Lawton: Wenger's young thoroughbreds will outrun United in the long term

'There is nobody who has stored such riches as Wenger'

Gastrophobia: Never forget it's a pub

Paid £25 a head for an average meal in a pub recently? Blame the great British gastropub experiment

O'Reilly: Papers are 'the ultimate browser'

Sir Anthony O'Reilly, the chief executive of Independent News & Media, reaffirmed his commitment to the future of the printed media yesterday by describing newspapers as "the ultimate browser" capable of delivering large audiences at low cost to advertisers.

Gone With The Windsors, by Laurie Graham

Perfect comedy of a scandal at court

Paperbacks: The Amateur Marriage<br/>Wish I May<br/>Dead Girls<br/>The Nick of Time<br/>After Theory<br/>Hello World<br/>The Adventure of English

Over the course of her writing career, Tyler has followed the well-worn grooves of several Baltimore marriages.

America sings a new song of celebrity censorship

A furore over a Linda Ronstadt gig is the latest in a series of rows about politics that is casting a shadow over the world of US entertainment. By Andrew Gumbel

Acquisitor wins battle to control Baltimore

The long-running battle for control of Baltimore, the former internet star which has now become a cash shell, ended in victory yesterday for its largest shareholder Acquisitor.

Acquisitor demands fresh Baltimore vote

The battle for control of Baltimore Technologies, the cash shell that is planning to transform itself into a green energy company, erupted into life again yesterday after the company's largest shareholder demanded a fresh vote to oust the current directors.

Baltimore apologises for shares claim

Baltimore Technologies, the cash shell which is planning to turn itself into a green energy supplier, was forced to issue an unreserved apology yesterday to its largest shareholder for accusing it of attempting to manipulate the company's share price.

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