Denise Lewis is on a mission to revive the traditional skills of rural Wales, finds Emily Jenkinson
Businessman Brian Kennedy has confirmed he has held talks with Rangers' administrators about the future of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League side.
Charlotte Church yesterday accepted £600,000 from News International to bring her phone-hacking case to a close. She tells James Cusick how her treatment at the hands of Rupert Murdoch's team alienated her friends, brought her career to a standstill – and drove her mother close to suicide
Job tsar's appointment raises fresh questions over David Cameron's choice of key advisers
Projections for 2012 suggest firms aim to hire management graduates, making such degrees more valuable than ever
The man who took over from Steve Jobs at the helm of Apple has been promised a $376m (£243m) pay bonanza, in an attempt to tie him to the company for the next decade.
Nine years after his death, The Clash's rhythm-guitarist, Joe Strummer, is still supporting new talent. By Ian Burrell
The death of the founder of a unique shop in France marks the end of an era, say John Lichfield and Eleanor Stanford
Once he turned everything into retail gold. But as he closes hundreds of stores, even he is struggling
David Cameron last night appeared to back the recommendations of an independent commission calling for a crackdown on excessive corporate salaries.
As Homeserve faces its own emergency and hangs up its telephones on new business, Chiara Cavaglieri looks at your policy options for home-breakdown insurance
Flares have been in fashion for nearly 40 years. Susannah Frankel explains their consistent appeal