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Friday 28 January 1994
DOMINO'S Pizza International, the American home delivery pizza franchise, is planning to open 200 outlets in Britain and Ireland over the next four years, writes Neil Thapar.
Sunday 05 December 1993
BRITISH children will be playing computer games rather than watching television this Christmas, and companies anxious not to lose out are promoting their products through computer game software.
Sunday 15 August 1993
WHOOPI GOLDBERG is Hollywood's highest-paid female star, and for the dross she has to play she deserves every cent. Her latest, Made in America (12), is a harmless, but mainly mirthless, comedy, that seems not so much made in heaven as in committee. We first see Whoopi careering through the Californian traffic on her bicycle, draped in what looks like a mauve carpet. She is mainly cast these days for her chuckling wholesomeness, and here she hangs out in her Africana shop, 'bonding' with her sparky daughter (Nia Long), and cocking a snook at patronising whites. She's a single earth mother.
International Art Market: Bargains still abound despite increase in prices: Paris sets the trend with healthy Impressionist and modern results in what is traditionally the best month for sales
Monday 05 July 1993
ART PRICES are rising but it is still a buyer's market. That was the message from the auction rooms in June, traditionally the top month of the year for international art sales.
Saturday 04 July 1992
HEALTH and Safety Executive officials are alarmed at the number of accidents involving young pizza delivery motorcyclists. Two riders have died.
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