In a rousing sequel, the children’s-book bear is falsely accused of stealing a priceless treasure.ET ‘Paddington 2” is “The Godfather Part II” of Peruvian bear movies, a sequel that surpasses the superb original.
Politicians are now hoping the capital's temple of death will inject some life into the city's ailing modern arts scene.The €100m (£78m) restoration of the massive 19th century funeral parlour is Paris's art event of the year.
5m) finding and retrieving email messages that the company was required to produce for just one court action last year.You just need to choose how old messages need to be to get archived, and how often Outlook does the archiving.
Scotland's first 'virtual' political movement will be launched today by two former Labour activists in an attempt to appeal to disaffected voters and transform democracy.com will rely on digital technology to challenge Holyrood's political establishment and change the 'malaise, cynicism and disillusionment' with the Scottish Parliament.
It looks as though the PC market has picked up since last-year's recession-hit first quarter.And during the earnings call conference, Intel's chief executive Paul Otellini made an interesting comment.
Many development teams turned to AWS to bridge the gap in turnaround time, although this meant additional cost.The need for a hardware refresh presented an opportunity for us: we could just replace the hardware and carry on much as we did before, or we could try to build a better platform.
But he acknowledged that teaching quality remained unreliable and inconsistent despite improvements in recent years.He cited figures from the education watchdog Ofsted, which showed that the proportion of lessons judged 'very good' or 'excellent' for 11 to 14-year-olds in England had risen 16% between 1997 and 2003.
He is continuing the Saturday night screenings of European dramas with Cordon, a Belgium production about a killer virus this autumn.• To contact the MediaGuardian news desk email [email protected]
We have to build it’ | Jeremy Corbyn Read more Both Corbynistas and opponents have little interest in opening major hostilities against one and other in the days to come.They feel that they have the numbers to move against Corbyn but lack a rationale and they understand that any unjustified attacks will be self-defeating.
Europe's second-largest tour operator, Thomas Cook, is in the black for the first time in four years thanks to a resurgent performance from its British package holidays arm.2 million people on holiday last year, second only in Europe to Thomson Travel's owner, TUI.
The Asda supermarket chain has hired the boss of one of the world's biggest advertising agencies as its new marketing director, with a brief to reinvent the grocer's image.But analysts say there are signs of recovery and last month chief executive Andy Bond told analysts he wanted to broaden Asda's appeal and take the brand upmarket.
A contract to build an eco-friendly Welsh holiday village helped construction group Alfred McAlpine scale new heights and lead the FTSE 250 gainers' board yesterday.The news sent McAlpine's shares soaring and they closed at a high of 574p, up 25.
The Bank of England's funding-for-lending scheme has the reverse effect: it refreshes only the mortgage market and leaves the rest of the economy untouched.Whatever the scheme has been, it has not been the magic elixir to restore life to the slow-moving UK economy.
Both claims have been made by promoters about the International Festival for Business, a 50-day jamboree in June and July.The failed policies of the past were to try to get jobs moved from London to other parts of the country.
So far, those “three arrows” of his Abenomics plan have fallen short of their targets, although share prices and corporate profits have soared.At Japan’s recent pace of growth, achieving Abe’s goal would be a stretch.
The Competition and Markets Authority said it would assess whether the Heineken deal could reduce competition and choice for customers.Its chief executive, Paul Waterson, said: “Heineken is a global brewer, with very different priorities to their customers, who often rely on hard-earned local relationships to make their businesses work.
As Americans pack their bags for Memorial Day weekend, thrill seekers may be headed to Six Flags to try out a virtual reality roller coaster.John Duffey, CEO of Six Flags Entertainment, told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" that the trend of consumers spending more on experiences than tangible purchases is something the company has benefited from tremendously.
The acquisition of Beats Music was meant to help Apple regain its role as a music technology leader, but hasn't done so and has in fact resulted in staffers leaving the company, according to Bloomberg.99 billion in the second quarter — topping analyst estimates of $5.
The European aerospace giant Airbus has announced an upgraded version of the world's biggest passenger jet, the A380.In a statement Sunday, John Leahy, Airbus chief operating officers - customers, said: "The A380plus is an efficient way to offer even better economics and improved operational performance at the same time.
L) is set to cut thousands of staff, axe businesses in Brazil and Turkey and shrink its investment bank in a fresh attempt to become simpler and improve its financial performance.He has already started the further sales of sizeable -- but problem -- businesses in Brazil and Turkey, industry sources have said.