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Burgess founded Education Apps while he was a student at a prestigious London school aged 17

Munster celebrate during their victory over Quins

Harlequins to investigate ticket sales after Munster supporters 'exceed' allocation

It is claimed 'many' Quins supporters sold on their tickets for the Heineken Cup quarter-final

Traders on Amazon platform rebel against massive jump in fees

Amazon customers have vented their fury ahead of a planned rise in fees on the group's marketplace after Easter. The cost of selling goods such as electronic accessories and car parts on the platform is set to rise by up to 70 per cent in the UK, Germany, Spain and Italy.

Third-party traders on Amazon are not happy with the new seller fees

Sellers revolt as Amazon hikes fees for traders by up to 70 per cent

It overtook eBay as the preferred marketplace for traders to use to sell their goods. But online retailers may be soon returning to eBay in droves after Amazon put up its fees for traders by as much as 70 per cent.

Blackstone, Icahn have Dell in sights

Private equity giant Blackstone and activist investor Carl Icahn are preparing formal bids for US computer company Dell, according to reports at the weekend.

Swiss bow to EU over lures to global firms

Switzerland has bowed to pressure from Brussels to reform its corporate tax law after a row over the incentives it offers to multinational firms, its Finance Minister said yesterday.

How To Be Beautiful: Tried and trusted products

Beauty, like fashion, feeds on novelty only to a certain extent. Cosmetics' shades and textures change seasonally with the clothes they accompany on the catwalks, but in the same way that there are some things in your wardrobe that thankfully stay pretty much the same year-in, year-out (the classic white tee, a trench coat, your pants… that kind of thing), there are a few essentials in your make-up bag that rarely alter.

Boy band One Direction have been transformed into Pez-heads for Comic Relief: Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson have all autographed their special one-off Pez sweet dispensers

You big Pez-heads: One Direction candy dispensers raise go on sale

Boy band One Direction look sweet as candy after being transformed into Pez-heads to help raise money for Comic Relief.

Courier Barry Warren, 37, padlocks his bike to a rail on the Strand in London

Kick-starting the fight against bike theft

Mandatory frame listings would make it far harder to sell on stolen bikes

Original hoverboard from ‘Back to the Future II’ listed on eBay

It featured in Back to the Future II and a thousand teenage daydreams, and now fanboys (or fan-men?) have the chance to buy the hoverboard piloted by bullies to chase down Marty McFly in 1989's cult hit.

The horsemeat Del Boy: Galloping entrepreneurial spirit emerges as Findus beef lasagne goes on sale on eBay for £70

Enterprising attitude has been compared to Only Fools and Horses character

Bag a bargain: former RAF station - complete with high-security fence, underground bunker and a helipad - for sale on eBay

A former RAF station - complete with its own helipad, bunker and high-security fence - has been put up for sale on the auction website eBay.

Nick Griffin: 'Have you any idea of the price of copper?'

British National Party 'so poor it should sell scrap metal'

Nick Griffin, leader of the cash strapped far-right BNP, once fed his family on a rabbit that had been killed on the road.

Dolls from Quentin Tarantino's latest film, Django Unchained

Django unboxed: Doll tie-ins from Tarantino movie Django Unchained pulled from sale

If there was ever a set of toys worthy of the tag "not suitable for children" then it would have to be the official merchandise produced in conjunction with Quentin Tarantino's much-lauded spaghetti Western-meets-blaxploitation epic Django Unchained.

#EbayYellowSkaterDress: Woman accidentally posts nearly naked photo of herself on eBay

There you are, trying to get that clear shot of a dress so it's best displayed on eBay, tempting potential buyers to bid.

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Ashes 2015: Test series looks a lost cause for England... whoever takes over as ECB director of cricket

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