In case you’re still skeptical of how successful Twitter is as a social network, its founders revealed six of the social network’s closely guarded secrets at Twitter’s Chirp Conference last week.
As forecasters predict no let-up in the ash cloud that has grounded planes since last Thursday, economists warn that the disruption caused by volcanic ash could cost the UK economy at least £2bn, and potentially much more.
Don Joe, our secret agent in the corporate world, gives us his hilarious guide to sending emails.
I recently came across an interesting email that exposed the casual way politicians throw big figures around to bamboozle us.
Forget the ash cloud, the big news in the airline industry today is that Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary is back to his old tricks. Ryanair has stirred controversy by seeking possession of Telegraph journalist’s Bryony Gordon’s “flat and contents” after she wagered them against Ryanair in an article.
The political debate on the box last week has, at long last, sparked some degree of interest in politics among the British public.