Mickey Mouse apart, the figure who most represented Walt Disney Productions in the 1960s was the clean-cut actor Dean Jones. Jones, who has died aged 84, starred as the bumbling, somewhat bland, hero in five entertaining kiddie movies with animals in the title: That Darn Cat! (1965), The Ugly Dachshund (1966), Monkeys, Go Home! (1966), The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit (1968) and The Love Bug (1968).
Amazing Grace, the highly-anticipated documentary about singing legend Aretha Franklin, has been pulled from the programme at the Telluride film festival following legal action by its subject.
August turned out to be the worst month for Britain’s retailers since the financial crisis of 2008, a survey has shown, as poor weather and a spike in foreign holidays kept shoppers away from the high street.
AstraZeneca received a much-needed boost when its blood-thinning drug, Brilinta, a potential blockbuster, was approved by the US health regulator for wider use.
In the mining town of Port Hedland, 1,500km north of Perth, modest prefabricated homes called fibro shacks, which were changing hands for more than A$1m four years ago, are now failing to find a buyer at a third of the price.
Paul Merson seems to believe that Newcastle United and West Ham United are about the same.
Nathan Oduwa seems to be impressed with the Rangers supporters.
Paul Hart has been appointed as Leeds United’s new Head of Academy.
Martin O'Neill believes Jack Grealish is close to deciding his international future.
BNY Mellon has appointed Mariano Giralt as head of Global Tax Services. Mariano will be responsible for the growth and development of the company’s Global Tax Services business.
Asda boss Andy Clarke has insisted the supermarket is bouncing back after reaching “a nadir” as he revealed the chain’s worst quarterly sales figures.