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EXCLUSIVE: Running a business with Lord Sugar is 10x harder than The Apprentice, says winner Mark Wright
Ahead of the new series of The Apprentice tomorrow, we caught up with last year’s winner on what it’s really like working with Lord Sugar
Here’s who’s replacing Antony Jenkins
A number of “overt and covert tactics” will be applied to arrest the Wikileaks founder
Stock market launch set to value the company in the multi-billions
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Tesco's trump card: Can this new initiative make shoppers fall in love again with the beleaguered supermarket?
Tesco’s struggling – last week’s results prove that.
These guys want us to stay in the EU
Facebook’s 362 UK employees earn an average of £210,000 annually and they received over £35m in a share bonus scheme .
How can London’s housing crisis be solved?
Which London bar has just topped the list of the world’s best bars?
The JML founder is one of three major political donors to bankroll the Brexit campaign
Formula One is close to being sold to a US-Qatari consortium for $8.5bn.
Audi, Honda, Fiat, Citroen and Volkswagen are all on the list
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis just bought shares worth £200,000 - how many millions has he made in the last year?
Lewis must own four times his base salary of £1.25m in shares
In honour of National Poetry Day, we’ve done a news poem
Jeremy Clarkson and his co-stars James May and Richmond Hammond have started shooting their new motoring programme, possibly in Portugal.
UK’s four networks would become three, raising competition concerns
Soccer boss banned for 90 days
The iPhone is on fire, in a bad way
Hello, is that the 1980s? We’ve got your court ruling if you want it back
London’s uber-luxury properties are hot in demand – so hot that the capital saw the most number of luxury homes sold in the world last year.
Policy missteps could result in prolonged global market turmoil
Over 18,000 people across the UK have enrolled in Tech City UK’s Digital Business Academy.
It’s the award you don’t want to win
Have £25,000 to spare? You can use it buy 1kg gold bars.
The vaccum king has no vacuum of money in his life
More people commute by bike in London than in any other city, according to data from ride-logging app Strava
What is Microsoft up to?
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Businesses are “astounded” by home secretary’s speech
Entrepreneur and cross-bench peer Lord Bilimoria is venturing into the tech sector by launching PictoSo – a free photo-sharing app for smartphones.
Europe’s busiest shopping street is also the world’s most polluted
The UK intelligence agency, GCHQ, can hack into your smartphone without your knowledge – according to Edward Snowden.
Is the race for the next Conservative Party leader now on?
Government remains reluctant to present membership agreement wishlist
Osborne announces largest power transfer to councils “in living memory”
Ex-Dragon and former advisor to David Cameron has been charged with child sex offences
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is facing an investigation over claims he is using taxpayer money to fund a tour of anti-EU dates across the UK.
Trouble for fashion chain follows sexual harassment scandals involving former CEO
There’s an app and everything
And why is the ban good news for charities and the environment?
Researchers find illegal levels across the board
More people are set to be on it than ever before
Lego, Paypal and Moet and Chandon knock Gap, Nokia and Nintendo off biggest brands list
Government set to rake in £2bn selling the last bit of Lloyds - here’s how you can get your hands on shares
It’s set to happen early next year
Casis Media’s first annual Student of the Year Awards was a major success
The eye-watering amount of money mis-sold insurance has cost
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch has counter-sued computer goliath Hewlett-Packard for over $150m (£99m).
According to one party donor, he could be
Companies with women at the top make more money
Exclusive interview – “I’m a campaigner, I like to get things done”
Planning an office Christmas party is an exciting opportunity to demonstrate to colleagues and clients that you know what’s what, according to Ofer Yatziv
We’ll probably look back on it as a blip
Former Labour supporter Lord Sugar has hit out at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s policies.
And he has the screenshots to prove it
It’s the usual suspects – but which have risen and which have fallen?
Every Londoner falls into one of two categories
It’s all a big misunderstanding, apparently