The sudden departure of Philip Clarke, Chief Executive of Britain's largest supermarket, Tesco, after three years in charge and 40 with the business, is a reminder of how deep the company's troubles

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Pen Stuart writes: Coke’s groundbreaking new consumer-facing campaign emphasizes the challenge of obesity, and how the company is helping to address it. This is one of the first times such a large

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Eleanor Cooksey writes: Early January, and it’s the time of year to be making New Year’s resolutions. After over-indulging during the festive season, it makes sense to decide to eat more healthily.

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Liz Walkling: Graffiti Classics: I can't remember an evening where I came away with my face aching from laughing and my hands sore from clapping so much.  Our local Arts Centre hosted an evening

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Sophie Stringer writes: The papers have been talking about ‘Blue Monday’ today – apparently the third Monday in January is the most depressing day of the year.  While the methods used to divine the

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Alex Steer writes: Starbucks hasn't had it easy, at least for the past decade. But whether being attacked by Naomi Klein for alleged anti-competitiveness in No Logo in 2001, or more literally

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Alex Steer writes: The avocado pear’s name is the product of selective memory. Our word for the South American vegetable comes originally from the Nahuatl word ahuacatl, which means ‘testicle’. This

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