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James Moore: Start paying your tax or the little dog gets it

Outlook HMV's famous fox terrier (he's called Nipper) isn't barking any more. He's whimpering at the plight of a business that could be the next big High Street name to come crashing down.

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If like Virgin and Our Price HMV topples, we’ll lose more than just a high-street institution, says John Walsh

Pre-Christmas gloom casts new doubts over HMV

HMV admitted it is almost certain to breach banking covenants at the end of January and again at the end of April

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Vice online attracts millions with cool take on everything

It has taken a pornography to propel Vice into its position as one of the world's most influential youth-oriented media brands. Last year it bought the smut portal from a pornographer and turned it into the new home for its distinctive mix of snarky fashion comment and current affairs video. "A lot of horny dudes have been coming to and getting long-form documentary, which probably wasn't what they were after," observes Vice Media's Tyneside-born president, Andrew Creighton, on a visit to London from his New York base.

HMV sells off stake in MAMA for a knockdown £7.3m

HMV yesterday sold a major chunk of MAMA Group, the live-music business behind The Forum in Kentish Town, north London and a string of other venues and festivals including Lovebox and GlobalGathering, for just £7.3m.

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He is the campaigning film-maker who exposed McDonald’s contribution to obesity by gorging on Big Macs, then tried to track down Osama Bin Laden.

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South Korean rapper Psy, famous for 'Gangnam Style'

Gangnam Style isn't a one-off - Major music industry report says future pop sensations will be YouTube-driven globalised acts from Asia and South America

The Korean phenomenon which had the world dancing Gangnam Style might once have been dismissed as a novelty hit.

Meet Gabrielle Aplin - the 20-year-old unsigned YouTube star whose haunting voice appears on John Lewis' Christmas advert

Until today, indie-folk singer Gabrielle Aplin’s fame has been limited to her army of YouTube fans. Now she is being tipped for the Christmas number one after her haunting version of The Power Of Love was chosen by John Lewis to soundtrack its blockbuster Christmas advertising campaign.

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TLC plan first album since Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes' death

Surviving members of one of the most influential R&B bands of the nineties TLC are planning a new album a decade after the death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.

A detective from the Met's Sapphire sex crime unit has been detained

A nice little earner: Metropolitan Police force receives over £22m from sponsors

Britain's largest police force was handed private donations and sponsorship worth £22.7m over the last five years, it has emerged.

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