Universal Music Group on master tapes fire: 'We owe artists transparency'

Universal Music Group CEO and chairman Sir Lucian Grainge has said that the company owes its artists “transparency” over the loss of up to 500,000 master recordings of songs in a 2008 fire. The...

Business finds itself left out of the party

Which tribe of politicians can claim to be the party of business? Back in the tax-cutting, deregulating, privatising days of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, the question was simple to answer on each...

Teachers in England have 'unmanageable' job – global survey

More than half of all secondary schoolteachers in England say their job is “unmanageable”, according to an international survey revealing that teachers in England have one of the highest workloads in the world. The...

Hope Hicks to Be Questioned on Episodes of Potential Obstruction by Trump

WASHINGTON — After weeks of simmering frustration, House Democrats will take their first shot on Wednesday at questioning a key figure from Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation into whether President Trump obstructed justice....

Adidas Sells Diversity. Black Employees Say It Doesn’t Practice It.

In the United States, Adidas has built much of its name — and sales — through its association with black superstars. In the 1980s, the seminal hip-hop group Run-DMC gave the company’s sneakers...

How to Make Kombucha, or How I Met My Mother

Kombucha is an effervescent fermented tea, sweet and sour, probiotic and fizzy. It is an acquired taste. The first time I tried it, I thought it might have been made with rotten fruit...

An Anti-Aging Pill? Think Twice

A popular diabetes drug sometimes taken to slow aging may diminish some of the expected health benefits of aerobic exercise in healthy older adults, according to a new report. The drug, metformin, can...

The Dangers of Trump’s Approach to Iran

Last May, President Trump withdrew from the nuclear agreement that President Obama struck with Iran. Now, many fear that the Trump Administration may be on the verge of a military strike on the...

How the Soviet Literary Establishment Censored Vasily Grossman

The Soviet Jewish writer Vasily Grossman’s novel “Life and Fate,” completed in 1960, is an epic story centered on the Battle of Stalingrad, the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany that marked the turning...

Why Jared Kushner’s Bahrain Conference Won’t Do Much for the Palestinian Economy

The Trump Administration’s team for Israel and the Palestinian territories—Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, David Friedman, the U.S. Ambassador to Israel, and Jason Greenblatt, Trump’s chief negotiator in the region—has...

Sun Racing Android App: Racecards, results, top tips, latest news all in one brilliant...

DON'T miss out on the ultimate Android app for horse racing fans from Sun Racing.  Our brilliant new app combines racecards and form with the top news and tips from our team of experts. 1  RACECARDS All...

Robot dishwasher could replace human workers – Daily Mail

Robotic dishwasher capable of washing hundreds of dirty plates could replace human employees working gruelling shifts in restaurant kitchensDishcraft has developed...

Lossmaking Blue Prism to buy software group in AI expansion

Lossmaking Blue Prism, whose losses deepened in the first half, has agreed to buy software group Thoughtonomy for up to £80m as it seeks to expand its cloud-based products and drive into artificial...