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Alex Mills as his nightmare date persona Herbert

The Apprentice 2013 hopeful Alex Mills plays 'nightmare date' as contestants look for love

Apprentice candidate Alex Mills plays the role of a nightmare date - as a team leader steps down for the first time in the history of the BBC One show.

The heist was carried out last February under the noses of passengers on board a Helvetic Airways plane loaded with diamonds

Spectacular £30m jewel heist ends in farce as bungled attempts to get rid of gems leads to arrest of thieves

Raid involved eight machine-gun toting robbers in fake police uniforms

Let's capitalise on the social enterprise boom

Businesses and organisations that use profit to help to find better social solutions are really important

5 great career opportunities that you might not have considered

Hannah Langworth explains why your options could be far wider than you think

Recovery hopes boost after trade deficit drops to £2.6bn

Recovery hopes have received a further boost after figures revealed the gap between the UK's exports and imports dropped by more than expected to £2.6 billion in April.

Fired Apprentice candidate Rebecca Slater

The Apprentice 2013: Rebecca Slater hits out at 'big egos' in the boardroom

Business hopeful Rebecca Slater has become the latest Apprentice candidate to be fired - and said she could blow boardroom rival Luisa Zissman "out of the water" in real life.

James Caan was accused of nepotism despite after it emerged that he employed his daughters

Former Dragons Den star, James Caan, takes flight after awkward start to internship campaign

Figurehead for Opening Doors scheme is left red-faced by accusations of nepotism

Top businesswomen 'must take lead'

Female executives need to "take responsibility for the under-representation of women at the top of corporate Britain" and stop blaming chairmen and headhunters for male-dominated boards, a new group of 100 top businesswomen in the Capital has claimed.

Megaupoad founder Kim Dotcom

Megaupload court victory: New Zealand High Court orders police to return digital materials to Kim Dotcom - at their own cost

Entrepreneur is attempting to fight extradition to the United States on charges of copyright infringement, racketeering and money laundering

Land Registry releases its House Price Index as open data

Meanwhile its latest report shows a big drop in home repossessions

John Goodman (second left) in 'Alpha House'

A rival for Netflix? Amazon to produce five original TV shows for LoveFilm

First Netflix created its own on-demand drama series, now Amazon-owned LoveFilm is to make five shows selected from 14 would-be shows

Fired Apprentice contestant Uzma Yakoob

You're fired Uzma Yakoob! Farm shop shake up turns sour for The Apprentices 2013

Apprentice reject Uzma Yakoob has said it was tougher being on the women's team than working with the men.

Young, dumb and disenfranchised: Why we should look to the next generation to build a better Britain

Instead of ignoring them, we should listen to poor inner city kids' ideas. Michael Simpson, a graduate fellow at social enterprise Year Here, does just that

MBA blog: What do business schools mean when they call themselves 'truly global'

If you read the prospectus of any top ten business school in the world, they will all claim to be 'truly global'.

The second Apprentice to leave the boardroom: Tim Stillwell

The Apprentice 2013: You're fired, Tim Stillwell! The candidate who couldn't keep his mouth shut in front of Lord Sugar

Fired Apprentice candidate Tim Stillwell revealed the one thing he has learned from being on the show is to know when to keep his mouth shut.

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