Last week was Davos week, the time of year when 2,900 movers and shakers (only 17% of whom are women, incidentally) congregate in a small town in Switzerland to talk the talk.
Google took almost three years to disclose to the open information group WikiLeaks that it had handed over emails and other digital data belonging to three of its staffers to the US government, under a secret search warrant issued by a federal judge.
Essentially, every Skylanders toy is a physical piece of downloadable content. What makes the Light and Dark Element packs noteworthy, though, is their additions to the base game – in this case, whole new elements, with perhaps the best game-changing comparison being if Pokémon added the fire type after release.
Labour must not repeat the mistake of 2010 and make only last-minute plans for the possibility of entering a coalition after the May election, Lord Mandelson has warned.
David Cameron will reaffirm the Conservatives’ commitment to tax cuts in a speech on Monday, arguing that “after years of sacrifice, the British people deserve a reward”.
If Labour loses as much in Scotland as it could gain in England, and the Conservatives snap up a few handy gains from their Liberal Democrat partners, on election night 2015 – just as in 2010 – the only durable government would be headed by the Tories.
The EU financial sector does not need to be eased, there is plenty of liquidity in the banks.
Tim Sherwood is not in total agreement with Arsenal boss that relaxing work permits would be beneficial.
Leeds United owner reportedly had second thoughts over his own superstition.
Nothing beats a deep, hot bath rich with scented oil – turn down the lights and add some music for the full spa experience