Monthly Archives: October 2009

YHP Interviews young entrepreneur & founder of faithfulfish – Chelsea Eubank Fashion

Chelsea’s story is an inspiration to anyone with a dream, Chelsea is an LD child that had to cope with losing three of her family members in the space of 5 months and losing 5 members of her family Read More...

Sky Player VOD Offer Lands On Windows 7 Media Centre Profiles

After Xbox 360, BSkyB has announced the release of the Sky Player on Microsoft Media Centre which equips Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate by default. Users will be able to access Live Read More...

Amazon launches free iPhone app Profiles

Customers can take photos of goods and receive links to where they're sold on Amazon. Amazon has launched a free UK iPhone app that lets you search and buy from its entire online store. Shoppers can a Read More...

Nokia N900 delayed Profiles

Don't worry about the much-reported Nokia N900 delay. The Linux-based smartphone will only hit the shops a week or so later than expected. Nokia said back in August that the device would be available Read More...

One website set to cover all British radio stations Profiles

Bringing together commercial radio with Aunty Beeb online A single website which offers a one-stop-shop for listeners to tune into all BBC and commercial British radio stations could be here by Christ Read More...

Majority of Britons say creationism SHOULD be taught in schools Profiles

More than half the population believes children should be told about creationism - the belief that God created the world - in school science lessons, a poll reveals today. Some 54 per cent of Britons Read More...

Orange Will Sell iPhones From 10th Of November Profiles

France-telecom owned Orange is only a couple of weeks away from getting the right to legally sell the iPhone family in the UK as the exclusivity agreement between Apple and O2 comes to an end. The iPh Read More...

Yahoo pulls the plug on GeoCities today Profiles

Yahoo has announced that GeoCities, once one of the biggest destinations on the internet and often one of the strangest, will close its doors today after 15 years. The web giant warned that anyone who Read More...

Guardian Jobs website targeted by hackers Profiles

Cyber criminals have targeted the Guardian's Jobs website in what the company is describing as a 'sophisticated and deliberate' hack. Users of the job listings board received an email informing them o Read More...

UK business confidence highest in 1½ years Profiles

LONDON (SHARECAST) - UK business confidence has jumped to its highest in 18 months despite the ongoing recession, a new survey has found. A poll of senior executives for accountancy firm KPMG shows 19 Read More...

Warren Buffett tackles bankers’ bonuses Profiles

'It's infuriating for people to see their friends losing their jobs, their friends having their homes foreclosed on and no one going to jail' Warren Buffett has given another insight into the thinking Read More...

The £7 million Avon Lady Profiles

Debbie Davis has found her calling as Britain's most successful Avon Lady after making £7 million in sales. She landed the job five years ago and now employs a team of over 2,500 people, and earns ar Read More...

Postal strike: union warns of more disruption over £7 billion pension deficit Profiles

Striking postal workers may continue to disrupt the Royal Mail's operations until the Government underwrites the company's £7 billion pension fund deficit, union leaders have warned. The Communicatio Read More...

Twitter ‘costs businesses £1.4bn’ Profiles

Staff who use Twitter and other social networking sites while at work are costing UK businesses £1.38bn every year, a report has said. Over half of those surveyed admitted using social networking sit Read More...

Barclays to Buy Standard Life Bank Profiles

Barclays PLC said Monday that it will buy the banking operations of British financial-services firm Standard Life PLC for £226 million ($368.5 million) in cash, as the bank continues to expand its op Read More...