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The celebrity chef's glorified burger van at Lord's cricket ground is selling steak sandwiches for £20, according to outraged Twitter users.
Thanks to A&F's notorious 'we don't like fat people' approach, a prominent video blogger is calling for the brand to be made 'synonymous with homelessness'.
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Facebook. Starbucks. Google. Amazon. eBay. All huge American corporations that make vast revenues in the UK and yet make negligible tax contributions to HMRC. Check out MT's infographic to see the true impact of tax avoidance in the UK.
Wondering which of Twitter's 140 million users are worth following? MT has combed through the whole Twitterverse to bring you the top 50 entrepreneurs sharing insights, news and japes in 140 characters.
Greg Smith, the former employee of Goldman Sachs who resigned after alleging a string of nasty things about the bank, has likened the London office to the Wild West in his new book.
Abercrombie & Fitch boss demands that staff wear flip flops, play Phil Collins, and wear 'spritz' of company cologne22 October 2012
A document listing 40 pages of outrageous demands from A&F CEO Michael Jeffries has been leaked.
The CEO of Fanshawe Haldin and a founding member of the 30% Club says don't sell yourself cheap; and other top advice from MT's Inspiring Women.
MT's inaugural Inspiring Women Conference gets underway, with Baroness Kingsmill and Rosaleen Blair both saying quotas aren't the answer.
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Mayor of London Boris Johnson blasts MPs who have dismissed plans for an island airport in favour of a third runway at Heathrow.
Entrepreneur Campbell sells her hand-made lingerie to underwear lovers across the globe and once sewed 200 pieces in under a month. Here's a sneak peek into her week.
The former Chancellor of the Exchequer says it's time for the UK to quit the European Union.
Few of us give much thought to our 'out of office' email messages, but they can be seen by hundreds of people. Chris Meredith, CEO of officebroker.com, outlines the top ten 'out of office' mistakes that we're all guilty of.
The latest GDP figures show the UK peeking its head above the deep waters of recession. But Julie Meyer, CEO of Ariadne Capital, warns that SMEs need more support if the recovery is to last.
Not such a Hollywood ending. Tinseltown's share of the global box office is 62.7% - and falling...
We are neglecting a potentially valuable resource by not bringing older, more experienced people back into the workplace, argues 'HR Headmistress' Kate Russell.
Funding for Lending? No Funding for Spending, more like. The Bank of England has revealed that lending to businesses in the UK has fallen by £4.8bn in the three months to February.
The technology used to make a mobile phone vibrate is now being stitched into a line of next-generation knickers and linked to a smartphone app. The result: 'Touch over the internet,' says Durex.
Tesco's decision to pull out of the US is set to cost Sir Terry Leahy a pretty penny.