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Shepheards in clover on Daisy deal
Two brothers who set up an IT support company in Worcestershire are celebrating a multimillion-pound payday after selling their business to Daisy, the telecoms group, for £18 million in cash.
Food for thought: Ready meals can raise risk of memory loss says scientific study
Fats called trans-fats are used to improve taste, texture and shelf-life of processed food. They have previously been linked with an increased risk of heart disease and there is mounting pressure on food firms to remove them.
Greg Duncan: Have you noticed that not all your street lights are working?
MONTREAL, QUE.: JULY 6, 2015 -- There are no streetlights on a stretch of Pierrefonds Blvd. in Pierrefonds, west of Chateau Pierrefonds, Monday, July 6, 2015.
Shep Gordon: Confessions of a superstar manager
It was Sharon Stone who introduced Shep to the Dalai Lama, the man who was to have a transformative influence on his life by turning him into what he calls a JewBu, a Jewish Buddhist.
Tiki expert recounts amazing life of Joe Scialom
The Suffering Bastard, a mix of gin, cognac, Rose's lime cordial and ginger beer, was first served at the Shepheard Hotel in Cairo around World War II. Its creator was Joe Scialom, an Egyptian Jew who trained in France as a pharmacist.

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