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BT chief executive Gavin Patterson has accused Labour of being too “negative” about the benefits of advertising for business.

Facebook revenue up 63 per cent thanks to massive increase in mobile advertising

Revenue jumped 63% to $2.59 billion in the fourth quarter, beating analysts’ expectation

Buttering up: The popularity of artisan butters has forced the big makers of other spreads to change their products

Butter is back: Margarine giant admits defeat in the battle of the spreads

Margarine makers have an unusual response to  our renewed taste for butter

Harlequins and Leicester Tigers players leave the Twickenham Stoop pitch after the game is stopped on 'health and safety grounds'

Harlequins 20 Leicester Tigers 6 match report: Match ends early as freak hailstorm hits the Twickenham Stoop sending debris onto pitch

Play was stopped on 'health and safety grounds' after Paul Sackey, Maurie Fa'asavalu and Tom Guest

Should you get a loan with your baked beans?

The rates may be enticing at the grocers turned banks but consumers need to take more care than they would buying beans, says Lindsay Cook

Vodafone opens bidding for £600m advertising contract

Vodafone has kicked off one of the biggest advertising pitches of the year after the mobile giant announced it is putting its global ad-buying and planning account up for tender.

Communist party launches 'China Operating System' to oust iOS and Android

The Linux-based operating system is state-approved, with China hoping that it can oust iOS and Android from the nation's handsets

Director Steven Spielberg was the third most powerful celebrity on the Forbes list of the Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrities

Steven Spielberg tops Forbes Most Influential Celebrities of 2014 list

Because the secret, it seems, to clawing your way to the top of the Hollywood pack is being white, male and slightly grey around the hairline

Could Frosties' Tony the Tiger influence what adults eat?

Study suggests childhood advertising mascots such as Tony and Ronald McDonald can have influence over the way people consider food as adults

The army's recruiting website is behind schedule; millions of pounds have already been spent on the project, and another £50 million is being considered to fix it

MoD 'is squandering millions on flawed computer system that is hampering recruitment'

£1.3bn online scheme is almost two years behind schedule, leading to recruitment targets being missed and applications being lost

WWE unveils new digital media model and non-stop wrestling with 24/7 streaming service

Announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show will allow fans to avoid paying subscriptions to traditional cable and service providers

This is london: Broadcasting House

Outrage over commercialisation plans for BBC World Service

Leaked letter talks of 'wider commercialisation' and private funding for radio, while the World News TV service told to swap politics for fashion

2013 - the year in review: It was a year of many flavours. But were they gourmet burgers or horse meat?

Hundreds of upmarket fast-food outlets opened this year, explaining how as a nation we threw away £12.5 bn on burgers

Michael Clarke and James Anderson

It’s a washout for England’s cricket pundits

Plus, predictions for England's cricketing hopes

End of an era as Liverpool Post publishes last edition

A combination of falling advertising revenue and declining readership, mixed with the digital revolution led to paper's closure

Nadhim Zahawi, a member of David Cameron's policy board, has said families should be limited to claiming benefits for their first two children

PM denies two child limit for benefits is part of Tory welfare policy

Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi said the plan could save 'billions', as charities warn of 'devastating' impact on poor families

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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

Rheon is best known for his role as the Bastard of Bolton. It's gruelling playing a sadistic torturer, he tells Craig McLean, but it hasn't stopped him recording an album of Welsh psychedelia
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Everyone is talking about The Trews

Russell Brand's 'true news' videos attract millions of viewers. But today's 'Milibrand' interview introduced his resolutely amateurish style to a whole new crowd
Morne Hardenberg interview: Cameraman for BBC's upcoming show Shark on filming the ocean's most dangerous predator

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Increasing numbers of homeless people in America keep their mobile phones on the streets

Homeless people keep mobile phones

A homeless person with a smartphone is a common sight in the US. And that's creating a network where the 'hobo' community can share information - and fight stigma - like never before
'Queer saint' Peter Watson left his mark on British culture by bankrolling artworld giants

'Queer saint' who bankrolled artworld giants

British culture owes a huge debt to Peter Watson, says Michael Prodger
Pushkin Prizes: Unusual exchange programme aims to bring countries together through culture

Pushkin Prizes brings countries together

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The acceptable face of the Emirates

Has Abu Dhabi found a way to blend petrodollars with principles, asks Robert Fisk