UN's biggest ever global-business event – the Rio+20 forum – sees 1,200 executives make commitments on more ethical, greener ways to work
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg joins the ranks of innovative business people willing to entrust their brands to faceless multinational corporations
We're buying fewer cleaning products and finally getting our hands dirty. Bring on the squalor, says Rhiannon Harries
A global campaign was gathering pace last night for the release of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, who was detained by authorities on Sunday while attempting to board a flight from Beijing to Hong Kong.
Premier Foods yesterday said it was considering offers for its meat substitute business including "Quorn". The company said it had "received approaches" for the business – which could be worth up to £250m – and was now considering a possible sell-off.
Since its establishment more than a decade ago, the reputation of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has been as spotless as the consciences of shoppers who buy fish bearing its blue "tick" logo in the expectation it has been sustainably caught. Until now.
Food giant bows to Greenpeace campaign and vows to cut its 'deforestation footprint'
Through all of Tiger Woods' scandals, Nike have stayed with him. Other sponsors disappeared, but when he made his big apology, they were sitting in the front row. And now they're taking their pound of flesh. It may be mawkish, and a bit dark, but he wouldn't be doing it if he wasn't comfortable with it – and there's no question that this is a piece of advertising genius.
Marmite is having a moment. Is it all just a marketing ploy, or is yeast extract a true kitchen must-have?
Hot news, trend watchers: the age of user-generated advertising is over. Admit it, you're relieved. Phew, you're thinking, no more ads made by lonely pubescent punters in their bedrooms – the stuff made by the pros is bad enough.
A huge "black hole" was unveiled today as the latest exhibition at the Tate Modern.
The fund of goodwill and optimism for South Africa is felt right across the world.
Advertisement banned over claims that spread is more popular than rivals
A futuristic shelter for besieged Londoners inspired by the July 7 bombings and the Blitz was unveiled yesterday as the latest installation to fill Tate Modern's vast Turbine Hall.
The makers of Marmite said it was "disappointing" a council has decided to impose a ban on the spread at their school breakfast clubs.
The actors are beautiful, the sets are stylish and the message could not be clearer – the woman with the paler skin gets the man.