The Business Matrix: Monday 03 March 2014

XL Media to float on AIM today

The Business Matrix: Saturday 22 February 2014

BA owner flies back into the black

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 25 February 2014

Profits take off after Stansted sale

Susie Wolff, racing car driver

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Fasten your seatbelts…

The Business Matrix: Monday 24 February 2014

Ladbrokes’ pay linked to ethics

The Business Matrix: Saturday 22 February 2014

95% slump in Kering profits

Alexei Sayle, comedian

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Tell us a joke, then…

Bobby Brooks-Phillips, charity volunteer

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Have I seen him around somewhere?

The Business Matrix: Monday 17 February 2014

Finance vacancies surge in January

The Business Matrix: Saturday 15 February 2014

De Beers looks set to sparkle

The Wurzels, folk quartet

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Oh no, The Wurzels are back!

Natalie Portman, actress and director

Page 3 Profile: Natalie Portman, actress and director

Leading lady?

Daniela Iraschko-Stolz, ski jumper

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Ski jumping? Sounds like a recipe for disaster…

Samuel L Jackson, actor

Page 3 Profile: Samuel L Jackson, actor

Ah, everybody’s favourite fictional cheeseburger-loving hitman

The Business Matrix: Monday 10 February 2014

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