10 things we learned this week

Urban Outfitters' pizza passion, middle England vs skinny lattes, Tinder CEO puts foot in mouth.

by Jack Torrance
Last Updated: 18 Dec 2015

1. Urban Outfitters has a surprising appetite for pizza.

2. It might be the ‘nation’s favourite,’ but not everyone’s a fan of Costa Coffee.

3. Tinder’s founder should probably put a dictionary on his Christmas list.

4. The engine maker Rolls-Royce has hit more turbulence, and that’s causing headaches for its motor car namesake too.

5. The England football team has a new sponsor – just don’t call them Lidl Englanders.

6. Coal is on the way out.

7. Not everyone in England did badly out of the Rugby World Cup.

8. Struggling electronics giant Sharp has an unusual plan to boost sales.

9. Britain’s plans to conquer the final frontier are under threat.

10. Workplace bullying is on the rise.

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