10 things we learned this week

Teenagers' favourite websites, expensive offices and Dov Charney's least appealing habits.

by Emma Haslett
Last Updated: 20 Jun 2014

1. Teenagers barely use Buzzfeed

2. Office space costs more to rent in Mumbai than it does in Geneva

3. In an interview with a journalist, (now ex) American Apparel chief executive Dov Charney once… actually, just read about it here

4. 140 characters is still too much for some people

5. Funding Circle considers Santander a ‘challenger brand’

6. Some mortgage borrowers have managed to use the Help to Buy scheme even though they’ve saved less than the 5% deposit required. Naughty

7. Investors don’t always take credit rating into account

8. There’s a millionaire leaving cash around big cities – and he’s coming to London this weekend

9. Brits are still the biggest property buyers in Mayfair

10. Restaurants who use Just Eat pay out a whopping 10% of each order as commission

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