Domino's Pizza has named the former boss of Halfords as its new chief executive as Lance Batchelor moves on to Saga ahead of its £3 billion flotation.
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Tuesday 28 January 2014
The makers of multi-million dollar mobile game Candy Crush Saga has responded to criticism over its approach to intellectual property after it recently trademarked the word ‘candy’ and pursued other publishers for infringement.
Tuesday 21 January 2014
King has reportedly begun using their trademark to issue takedown notices
MMA: A new year kicks into gear, but who will soon be challenging the UFC lightweight title with Anthony Pettis?
Monday 20 January 2014
Last Wednesday, The UFC held their first Fight Night of the year in the USA. In the main event, Luke Rockhold defeated Costas Philippou via first round TKO. The 29-year-old was coming off of only his second career loss eight months ago when Vitor Belfort connected with a spinning heel kick in spectacular fashion. With a couple more wins, Luke could very well find himself back in title contention in the middleweight division.
Saturday 11 January 2014
England captain admits lying in bed thinking about the way forward and ‘the decisions that go with that’ as debate about the leading batsman continues, writes Stephen Brenkley in Melbourne
Tuesday 07 January 2014
A long-running legal battle in the United States could change the way Sherlock Holmes and other characters are portrayed in future books and films
Sunday 05 January 2014
It’s well worth staying on the case of this beautifully muted Scandi thriller
Wendy and Peter Pan, theatre review: 'Warm, irreverent humour surges through this saga of empowerment'
Monday 23 December 2013
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
Wednesday 18 December 2013
Hopes are now that activists and journalists will be home for Christmas following move by Russian parliament
Tuesday 10 December 2013
Court rules that the French businessman who sold tens of thousands of faulty silicone breast implants around the world is guilty of fraud
Friday 29 November 2013
How should authors transform autobiography into self-standing fiction? For Karl Ove Knausgaard, with A Man in Love (translated by Don Bartlett; Vintage, £8.99), this second volume in the Norwegian writer's acclaimed "My Struggle" series mines the everyday material of young fatherhood. Yet he converts it into a stunningly eloquent set of reflections on masculinity, domesticity and the artist's itch to escape.
Friday 22 November 2013
A public inquiry found 13 people died as a result of his negligence, but repeated attempts at prosecution failed
Monday 18 November 2013
Independent on Sunday: Firms fight for Iraq investment opportunity
Executives from Eversheds, Foster Wheeler and BT will embark this week on the biggest British trade mission to Iraq for a decade. UK Trade & Investment wants to boost trade with the oil-rich nation, as British companies failed to win many lucrative contracts in Iraq even after its heavy involvement in deposing Saddam Hussein. Experts estimate that Iraq needs $1 trillion (£620bn) of investment.
Sunday 06 October 2013
Veteran television and radio star Sir Terry Wogan has told how widespread rumours about Jimmy Savile used to sweep the BBC but nobody did anything about them.
Monday 30 September 2013
The cost of the Scotland Yard investigation into the so-called “plebgate” affair, which led to the resignation of Andrew Mitchell as Chief Whip, has reached £237,000.
Tuesday 03 September 2013
Britain’s aircraft carrier programme faces further spiralling costs and the project remains a “high risk”, MPs have warned.
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British Muslim school children suffering a backlash of abuse following Paris attacks
Islamic history is full of free thinkers - but recent attempts to suppress critical thought are verging on the absurd
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
- 1 Double chins could be 'cured' without surgery or dieting using new injection
- 2 The BBC has just done more to eradicate ‘terrorism’ than all our wars since 9/11
- 3 Dog thinks owner is drowning in lake, dives in and tries to pull him out
- 4 Thank heavens for Louise Mensch and her foul-mouthed tweets to world leaders