Six years into their latest reunion, Squeeze are braced for the crucial stage where Madness now stand: writing new songs that can match their best.
The future of the UK's longest-running children's comic is being reviewed by its publisher.
Shop specialising in 'buy now, pay later' deals to have 288 branches by end of year in recession boom
From poolside drinks to meals and transfers, the extras on your dream trip can soon add up. The solution? An all-in-one package.
At a fringe meeting at the Tory party conference, the actor Hugh Grant made a great analogy with a pint of milk. If he agrees to give an interview about a forthcoming film, the paper gets an exclusive and the film gets publicity. It's a fair exchange, like selling someone a pint of milk for 50p. That doesn't give them the right to continue to demand pints of milk from you for free, or to break into your home and raid your fridge.
Governing body has big plans for England's new St George's Park training base after a string of false starts
Good management is about using all of the resources at your disposal and our manager has chosen not to do this for two seasons now
Small firms which rely on the auction site for most of their sales say that its new higher commissions are squeezing profits
Forget hounding your friends for cash – a new sponsorship site asks people for good deeds, not their money. By Alice-Azania Jarvis
When you are told to turn up for a night at the theatre dressed in "very warm" clothing and stout shoes it is clear that this is not going to be your typical kind of play.
Justin Francis launched Responsibletravel.com a decade ago to bring an ethical dimension to tourism. Simon Calder catches up with a man on a mission
That Apple makes money from apps is not news. But it's the way it works that has hacked off fanboys and disenchanted developers. Ian Burrell examines how loyalty has been tested to the limit
After his bitter departure from Madchester City the Fulham manager is building anew
Widget Finn reports on a self-funded trip to study innovation and enterprise
If the particular mess at Liverpool is indeed about to be cleaned up, one consequence should spread its way through a Premier League where a number of similar disasters may well be waiting to happen.
Max and Cherry Campbell launched The Hot Office in 2003