The 10 remaining contestants in The Apprentice do their best to make sure their sales figures do not remain static when they are sent to sell at a caravan show in the latest episode.
“I’m not perfect. There are occasions I may have got it wrong,” Lord Sugar declared, in a rare display of humility. “But I haven’t seen anyone who’s become a new Branson or Zuckerberg that I’ve let go.”
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Firm used by Tottenham admits 'wrongfully obtaining' West Ham executive's records
From Fergie and Balotelli to Keys and Gray, everyone had their say. Phil Shaw pulls together the most memorable mots of 2010-11
Sam Allardyce and Dave Jones have emerged as front-runners for the West Ham job as they prepare for life in the Championship.
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady insists former manager Avram Grant was given every opportunity to succeed by the club in their failed bid to preserve their Barclays Premier League status.
Former Tottenham chairman Lord Sugar has drawn up a business blueprint to save English football.
I have always had an entrepreneurial spirit When I was seven, I remember sticking a sign on my bedroom window that read, "Manicures and massage, come on in." My mother rushed in, saying, "All these weirdos are knocking on the door." I used to write to my headmaster [at Aldenham School, Hertfordshire] too, with money-making ideas to raise cash for the school.
London mayor Boris Johnson has claimed that the decision to allow West Ham to take over the Olympic Stadium will prevent the venue becoming "a dust bowl" staging occasional athletics events.
Hugh Robertson, the sports minister, has cautioned Tottenham Hotspur against seeking a judicial review over the future of the Olympic Stadium.
Richard Keys walked away from his job as Sky's football anchorman with a parting shot from West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady that the presenter had "added insult to injury".
Sexism row presenter quits after radio rant, while former colleague Gray is 'devastated'
As an experienced journalist at the centre of what he described himself as a media "firestorm", Richard Keys should have known that the more he said yesterday, the deeper the hole would become but, consumed by the desire to speak his mind, he forgot that most basic of rules.
Richard Keys today claimed that "dark forces" have been at work in the sexism furore that has cost fellow presenter Andy Gray his job.