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Cowpuccino's moves on to next round of Small Busi...
Cowpuccino’s has made it through to the next round of the Small Business B.C. Awards in both the Community Impact and Best Workplace categories. The Cow Bay-based coffee shop was named as one of the...
Read more at The Northern View
We didn't want Brett to go: McGregor
St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor is urging disillusioned Dragons fans to accept Brett Morris's departure and move on. Ex-Dragon Brett Morris is in a Bulldogs jersey from 2015 and fans need to...
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Cumbria sixth formers put through paces for dream...
Last updated at 17:35, Tuesday, 16 December 2014 ALMOST 90 sixth formers from across the county were put to the test in a unique opportunity to win the work placement of their dreams. Students...
Read more at North-West Evening Mail
National Nuclear Laboratory
Wokingham entrepreneurs can win cash in Dragon's ...
Entrepreneurs have the chance to secure start-up funding by taking part in a Dragons’ Den-style event. The sessions will provide practical help and guidance to set up a business plan, offer...
Read more at Reading Evening Post
Wokingham Borough Council
Mentor the Dragon: Teen tycoon meets with TV's Th...
MASTER AND STUDENT: Theo Paphitis visited Tommie Rose on his council estate [CATERS] Alan Sugar wannabe Tommie Rose, 15, hit the headlines when school bosses threatened to suspend him after he raked...
Read more at Daily Star
Mansfield and Ashfield Dragons business competiti...
A budding Mansfield entrepreneur is celebrating after winning a Dragon’s Den for his smoking hot business idea. Dean Hikin beat of stiff opposition to win the competition hosted by the Linney Group...
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Mansfield Town Football Club
Billionaire Buying Aston Villa? Well, No!
Billionaire Buying Aston Villa? Well, No! Wooohooo, the billionaires (about the 40th link now) are coming. Oh hang on, no they aren`t! I won`t link to the site who obviously made up the story but...
Read more at vitalfootball co uk
Cartoonist Chris can make you quick on the draw «...
Chris Ryder, of Donnington, has launched a do-it-yourself caricature beginners kit to help people draw and is now looking to expand her business Wittypics after scooping £3,000 after triumphing in a...
Read more at Shropshire Star
Telford & Wrekin Council
Barclays sues over audit of hotel chain Von Essen
Barclays and Lloyds were also owed £42m linked to Von Essen’s interest rate swaps. Von Essen’s administrator Ernst & Young was able to return about £100m to the banks. During the administration, EY...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Ernst & Young
Inspiring the next generation of STEM talent
This is a guest blog by Phil Dunmore, vice president of Cognizant Business Consulting. The issue of STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) skills - or lack thereof - among the next...
Read more at Computer Weekly
Confederation of British Industry
Dragons Den star Duncan Bannatyne questions cause...
Duncan Bannatyne has cast doubt on the theory that Scot Young took his own life. The Dragons Den star weighed in on the ex-Dundee man’s death on Twitter, and pointed the finger at the drawn-out...
Read more at The Evening Telegraph
A Plan to Mend Our Stricken CBC
With an election drawing ever closer, we can do something constructive to save the Mother Corp. The CBC, and particularly CBC Radio, is easily Canada's most important cultural and public interest...
Read more at The Tyee
City Looks to Secure Heritage Status for El Mocam...
Provincial heritage designation would protect the club and its iconic neon sign. Toronto sure loves its vintage neon signs. The City is trying to secure provincial heritage status for the El...
Read more at Torontoist
Which celebs spout more gibberish than Russell Br...
Which celebs spout more gibberish than Russell Brand? Take our quiz to find out! Russell Brand was rewarded by the Plain English Campaign last week for his tide of non-stop gibberish, packed with...
Read more at Daily Mail
George W. Bush
Ian Griffin jailed for 20 years for murdering wea...
A British businessman has been jailed for 20 years for bludgeoning his wealthy fiancée to death after a furious row in a luxury French hotel. Ian Griffin, 45, was found guilty of murdering Kinga...
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Enter the realm of Narnia
The fantastical realm of Narnia is making its way to the stage in Penticton. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by producer and director Colin Cross debuts Dec. 5 at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian...
Read more at Penticton Western News
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Piers Linney's Outsourcery secures new partner
Manchester-based cloud services provider Outsourcery has secured a new key partner. The cloud computing company, a former Manchester Evening News Business of the Year award winner, delivers cloud...
Read more at Manchester Evening News
Wealth, work and production in the post-labour era
By Ethan Rabidoux Wealth creation that isn’t tied to production and labour is an illusion. It isn’t real. The drive to make a buck without actually producing anything is at the root of all that is...
Read more at SouthwesternOntario.ca
Five new East Lancashire faces to appear in lates...
FIVE new East Lancashire faces will feature in the latest edition of Who’s Who. Dragons’ Den star Piers Linney, who grew up in Bacup, and Burnley-born MEP Andrew Lewer, are among the new entrants for...
Read more at Lancashire Telegraph
Financial tech start-ups go into Dragons' Den
Jack Ma has never been on
, the TV show where entrepreneurs beg for start-up money, but Asia’s next generation of financial technology start-ups appear to have taken the plunge. At the...
Read more at Finance Asia
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