Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour will be stopping at 46 locations up and down the country.
To my utter dismay, I spotted a young boy, probably no older than fourteen. Fourteen years old, and about fourteen stone. Dressed in his repulsive fluorescent school uniform, his face was flushed red from the almost impossible task of standing upright. In his hand? A two litre bottle of Sprite
'Hetero' and 'Straight' are fine though
As the Sochi games approach, Lush stores around the world will be running a Valentine’s campaign in defence of equal love
Anglican clergy could be allowed to cast off their robes if Synod backs motion
They have publicly humiliated former business titans from Rupert Murdoch to Bob Diamond, forced Starbucks to cough up £10m in tax and made villains of some of the world’s best-known brands. But corporate Britain is fighting back against Parliament’s newly invigorated inquisitorial committees by hiring highly paid specialist consultants to prepare executives for grillings by MPs.
The pop artist's "Silver Car Crash" broke his own auction record at Sotheby's
The 'Mexicoke' recipe is produced using traditional cane sugar, which its fans believe tastes far better
Police held him before 'March of Dissenters' protest in Moscow in 2007
Communities from Brazil to Cambodia are losing homes to make room for sugar crops, it is claimed
The results are in for the Best Global Brands 2013 - and it's good news all round for the technology sector
New technology to make drinks that are both heated and carbonated has taken four years' research to build
The first thing I thought when I saw Coca-Cola’s new advertising campaign – “Share a Coke” – was COLD SORES.
Move by Mark Pedergrast comes in the same week as man tries to sell another variant on eBay for $5m
Updated version of operating system will take into account complaints made by users as decision to overhaul the much-maligned operating system has put Bill Gates’s successor under pressure
Fancy laying your head down one last time in a Coca-Cola bottle? Or an aeroplane? You name it you can be buried in it, says Paul Bignell