Conviction for the former Italian prime minister’s long-time associate adds to mounting troubles
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Tuesday 19 June 2012
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson's legal battle to evict ex-partner Nancy Dell'Olio from his London flat came to court for the first time today.
Saturday 16 June 2012
In the lonely wilderness of America, the dreams of childhood, and of parenthood, come to grief.
Thursday 26 April 2012
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Tuesday 27 March 2012
Say what you like about Silvio Berlusconi, but he looks after his friends. And the former Prime Minister's associates don't come much closer than Senator Marcello Dell'Utri, who helped to found the Forza Italia political party that carried Mr Berlusconi into office three times.
Thursday 09 February 2012
A clue to where Mothercare sees its future arrived yesterday, when the company appointed an internet-savvy chief executive.
Thursday 19 January 2012
Four more hedge fund executives have been arrested in the US authorities' war against insider trading.
Sunday 03 July 2011
Saturday 23 April 2011
Album: Anna Netrebko, Marianna Pizzolato, Antonio Pappano, Stabat Mater: a Tribute to Pergolesi (Deutsche Grammophon)
Friday 18 March 2011
When Anna Netrebko decided to dedicate a programme to Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, the choice of Antonio Pappano as conductor was a crucial masterstroke.
Wednesday 09 February 2011
Some collaborations are just meant to be. Bringing David Zinman and the OAE together made for the best kind of mutuality: Zinman’s acute ear and cleanness of execution; the orchestra’s arresting character.
Wednesday 12 January 2011
"He was forthright and honest. He stood by his word. He was underrated in the House of Commons and worked hard. He got on with the job." That was how his Yorkshire whip, Alan McKay, summed up Alec Woodall. McKay shared digs in Balham with Woodall when Parliament was sitting, along with the MP for Pontefract Geoff Lofthouse (later Lord Lofthouse) and Edwin Wainwright, MP for Dearne Valley. And the overwhelming majority of his colleagues in the Parliamentary Labour Party would have agreed with him. "For someone from Alec Woodall's background or mine in the Yorkshire coalfield, parliament was a different world," Lord Lofthouse, who served as deputy speaker, told me. "Alec would make the detour in his car to Pontefract to collect me and drive me down to London. He showed me the ropes, as he did to many Yorkshire working-class MPs. I could always trust him for advice."
Sunday 21 November 2010
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Thursday 23 September 2010
Dell Chief Executive Michael Dell showed off a new seven-inch tablet and said the computer maker is on track to bring in more than $60 billion in revenue this year.
Tuesday 31 August 2010
Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay $55m (£35m) to settle kickback allegations related to federal government contracts.
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