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Online fashion giant Asos was declared “company of the decade” at the Grant Thornton-sponsored Quoted Company Awards.

Julian Knight: The wrong advice is bad enough. No advice is worse

Imagine being so desperate to keep your job that you will sell yourself, your wife and a colleague an insurance policy or investment just so you can hit your monthly sales target.

Charities need money. But they also need principles

Every NGO worker knows that it is a privilege to work in the sector

Indyplus: Charities need money. But they also need principles

Every NGO worker knows that it is a privilege to work in the sector

No house of fun: the regulators need to stop the descent of leaseholders into high charges`

Julian Knight: Managing agents rip off too many leaseholders

It is one of the great hidden rip-offs in our society: managing agents and the charges they levy on leaseholders.

Sexy adverts turn women off, research shows

It may be time to review the adage ‘sex sells’, not only because this tired old maxim caps creativity but because it simply doesn’t work.

Three introduces free roaming in US, confirms free 4G upgrade for customers this December

The mobile network will be the only carrier to offer the upgrade to the new high-speed mobile network for no extra charge

New reversible USB plug promises end to cable confusion

Next generation of USB plugs will be the size of a micro USB, but reversible like Apple's Lightning connector

Jude Law as Henry V weaves charisma and unease in the swansong of Michael Grandage’s West End season

Henry V: Theatre review - 'Jude Law's canny Harry crowns an enlightened season of plays'

First night: Noël Coward Theatre, London

Anthony Hilton: Why should people clean up these messes when they’ll be pilloried for it?

The travel company, Thomas Cook, announced a dramatic surge in profits on Thursday to suggest that it is finally recovering from its near-death experience of a couple of years ago. That was when it was in such a mess it should really have been allowed to go bust.

Merry Black Friday! But are Britons ready to buy into US retailers’ hype?

Amazon has led the way in seeking to convince the British public that today is the day of the year when we should all be purchasing electrical goods

Charles Saatchi puts his hand over Nigella Lawson's mouth at Scott's in December

Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi's separation is turning into a sad and salacious tale

It is dismaying to watch these two air their dirty washing so proudly in public

Sebastian Vettel is surrounded by fans ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix last month

F1: Five ways to revitalise Formula One following a fourth straight title for Sebastian Vettel

After an anticlimactic finish to the season on Sunday, David Tremayne outlines his plan to boost flagging interest in the sport

The scandal has been damaging to the credibility of Wikipedia

Wikipedia names Texas PR firm over false manipulation of site entries

Free encyclopaedia called in lawyers after 300 'sock puppet' accounts were traced to single firm

Flashback to August 2012: Adrian and Gillian Bayford celebrate winning the EuroMillions jackpot of over £148 million

£148m winners Adrian and Gillian Bayford announce marriage split a year after jackpot joy

He has left couple's mansion and moved into £500,000 house

Search engines take on child abuse: The 'massive breakthrough' where little has changed

David Cameron was as anxious as the Daily Mail to herald today's joint announcement by Google and Microsoft as a historic moment.

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