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Neighbourhood, North Avenue, Spinningfields, Manchester

In Manhattan, restaurateurs and chefs maddened by the blitzkrieg of bloggers' flashbulbs are starting to ban diners from taking photographs of their meals. In Manchester, where new Manhattan-inspired mega-restaurant Neighbourhood has just opened, photography seems to be positively encouraged. Dressed-up gal-pals are merrily snapping away at each other, and even the staff are at it; you've got to love a chef who proudly captures a hamburger on his BlackBerry before letting it leave the pass.

Ocado posts 11th consecutive annual loss but forecasts profit

The online grocer Ocado has mounted a vigorous defence of its business model after posting another loss for the 11th year running.

Offices could be converted to homes without planning permission under new government proposals

Empty office blocks could be converted to flats without planning permission under Government proposals to increase the supply of housing.

Monteverdi gets the Silent Opera treatment

We're in uncharted territory, staring at a crystal ball. This glass globe adorns a table at Trinity Buoy Wharf – the Docklands river peninsula devoted to the arts and creative industries where anything can happen and often does. But am I really looking into the future of opera?

Online investment bulks up Shop Direct loss

The Barclay brothers, the owners of the Daily Telegraph newspaper, have blamed a big investment in online for another year of hefty losses at their Shop Direct, the group behind the Littlewoods, isme and Very brands.

Ocado sorry as deliveries are cancelled after systems failure

Ocado has apologised to customers after a systems failure forced it to cancel thousands of deliveries.

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