Adidas, Puma and Warrior are all likely to be interested in a possible link-up with the Premier League champions
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Thursday 24 September 2009
Sportswear retailer JJB revealed today that its fight for survival in the first half of the year caused losses of £42.9m but said the firm was now "out of intensive care".
Friday 18 September 2009
The brand value of many famous financial institutions has taken a battering over the past year but fast food companies are doing well in the recession, a new study found.
Friday 14 August 2009
Thursday 13 August 2009
A law student with a prosthetic arm has won her case for wrongful dismissal by clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch, it was confirmed today.
Thursday 16 July 2009
Was that John Daly out there on the fifth hole? Or was it really Bruno?
Monday 22 June 2009
What are you wearing right now?
White jeans by CC, a ‘peace’ graphic T-shirt and a ‘peace, love and an open heart’ necklace. I’m feeling very peaceful today!
Friday 19 June 2009
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Friday 27 March 2009
We've all met someone like this: a selfish, demanding diva, a high-maintenance, self-obsessed person who comes into your life and causes all sorts of unnecessary drama. And now, in their first exhibition together, the artists Natasha Law and Daisy de Villeneuve have created a fictional character based on those unflattering qualities. No Love Lost, at Eleven Fine Art gallery in London (1 April to 2 May), explores the darker, more toxic side of friendship and the bitter edge of women's relationships.
Sunday 22 March 2009
Angelina Jolie has found herself banished from UK screens after a TV spot plugging the DVD release of her film Wanted was pulled for glamorising violence. Here we unearth other famous ads to have incurred the watchdogs’ wrath...
Monday 09 March 2009
What are you wearing right now?
Nike tracksuit trousers and an American Apparel T-shirt – I'm at home working on my computer.
Saturday 21 February 2009
Before the Mr Men (and then Little Misses) came along, children’s literature and illustration was a rather fussy affair. The refreshing simplicity of Roger Hargreaves’ cartoons with their bold colours and typeface was only matched by the charm and intricacy of the tales, and, when they came to TV, the brilliance of Arthur Lowe’s narration.
Friday 16 January 2009
Speculation is mounting that Philip Mountford, the chief executive of Moss Bros, is poised to leave the mens branded suit specialist.
Sunday 11 January 2009
Yes, it is now official, the game has gone completely professional and, in fact, is almost joining the oldest profession. The Rugby Football Union have climbed into bed not with a couple of half-backs, but with Mills & Boon. "No Knickers at Twickers" was the headline of the email flashed from the RFU informing us that they have "teamed up with the world's biggest romance publisher to produce eight raunchy tales from the touchline, including 'The Virgin Secretary's Impossible Boss' and 'The Prince's Waitress Wife'". Had it been 1 April you would have had second thoughts. Is Francis Baron, the RFU's chief executive, being fingered here? Not likely. Nevertheless, it's an intriguing scenario. What's next? A film called 'Carry on Up The Cabbage Patch?' "A steamy series of rugby romances will hit the shelves next month," Jane Barron, the RFU licensing and marketing manager, said. "Rugby has always been a game enjoyed by women, and a partnership with Mills & Boon is a fantastic way to encourage even more women and their families to get involved." Indeed. Publication will coincide with the start of the Six Nations' Championship, offering "great rugby moments and brooding alpha-male sporting heroes... plus a little added ruck and maul." Well, for our part, Ruck and Maul would be willing to lend a hand,but we're tasteful and we're not cheap.
Scottish independence: English people overwhelmingly want Scotland to stay in the UK
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Michael Brown shooting: Chaos erupts on the streets of Ferguson after autopsy shows teenager was shot six times – twice in the head
Scottish Independence Referendum: Salmond described as 'arrogant, ambitious and dishonest' by Scottish women
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- 4 Paul Scholes: Manchester United need five experienced players who can turn round a desperate situation
- 5 James Foley 'beheading': Met police warn public watching murder video could be criminal offence