Manchester United have confirmed that their manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, is to retire at the end of the season. Having managed the club since 1986 Sir Alex has decided the time is right to step down.
Spending on DIY fell for the fifth successive year in 2012, reaching its lowest level since 2000, according to research by Lloyds TSB. Households spent a total of £10.5 billion on DIY in 2012 – equivalent to around £400 per household; the lowest total since 2000.
Young motorists are reluctant to accept the use of telematics - black box technology – to monitor their driving and set car insurance premiums.
Despite the recent rise of e-readers British publishers have reported record sales of books for 2012, in part down to the success of Fifty Shades of Grey.
The number of properties selling for over £1 million increased in 2012, reaching the highest level since the height of the housing boom in 2007, according to latest research from Lloyds TSB.
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Pret A Manger have confirmed that they will create a further 500 jobs in the UK this year, as part of wider plans to add 1,000 staff to their payroll worldwide.
Sport and community projects inspired by London 2012 will now be able to celebrate and share that inspiration with a new brand unveiled by Culture Secretary Maria Miller.
Manchester United have become the first club to sell the sponsorship rights to their Carrington training ground.
With the Mayor of London’s Gigs busking competition underway for 2013, one of the winners from last year – Jamie Thorn and The Mystery Pacific – played live to passing travellers at St Pancras International station, before boarding a Eurostar train to Paris, where they were set to busk at locations around the French capital.