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Napoleon Hill talks about his meeting with Andrew Carnegie
When 3G bought Heinz it radically cut costs, driving up its implied value, but sales dipped. Lex’s Rochelle Toplensky and Robert Armstrong discuss whether the Heinz formula will work with Kraft on board.
When is a private equity deal not a private equity deal? Lex's Robert Armstrong analyses the logic of Heinz's merger with Kraft.
Activist investors say Vivendi is undervalued, in large part because of the missed potential of the media conglomerate’s Universal Music division. Robert Armstrong considers whether the numbers add up.
Vivendi has piled up €16bn of cash as the media company disposed of unwanted subsidiaries. Lex’s Oliver Ralph and Robert Armstrong discuss whether Vincent Bolloré, in effect its chief, should return this money to shareholders.
The on-off €41bn merger between Holcim and Lafarge is back on, with their differences now reconciled. Lex's Oliver Ralph and Robert Armstrong discuss what it took to cement the deal and whether it is still a good move for both companies.
Jirka Väätäinen is here to tell you that no, you're not
The Australia-based digital artist recently created real-life portraits of Queen Elsa and Princess Anna as a part of his "Real Life Disney" series
Queen Elsa: Read more...More about Pics, Art, Disney, Film, and Watercooler
Well, we found the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po.
After a spooky, black-and-white image of the already trippy Teletubbies went viral on Twitter on Thursday, a musician created an even creepier post-punk music video starring the characters, devoid of all color.
The Teletubbies are f****** terrifying in black and whitepic.twitter.com/1b4BN0U838
— Mark Holland (@RiffRaff41) March 25, 2015
The video was cut by Christopher Brown, set to the song "Atmosphere" by Joy Division. We'd recommend showing it to only your worst enemies. Read more...More about Viral Videos, Music, Tv, Watercooler, and Videos
LONDON — He knows his decision was "crazy" and "wild," but Zayn Malik says he just couldn't keep going with One Direction anymore
In his first interview since leaving the boy band, Malik told The Sun newspaper that he let Directioners down.
"Basically, I'm only upset [because] I feel like I may have let them down," he reportedly said.. "It's not that I've turned my back on them [the fans] or anything, it's just that I just can't do that anymore because it's not real to me."
And Malik doesn't sound like he's regretting his decision"But I've never felt more in control in my life. I feel like I'm doing what's right, right by myself and right by the boys," he told the newspaper. Read more...More about Us World, One Direction, and Zayn Malik
Besides Apple Watch support, these updates bring little or no new functionality. The latest version notes for the Twitter app, for example, merely says "Includes Twitter for Apple Watch."
Not many users will benefit from these early launches. The watch will be available for preview and preorder in Apple Stores on April 10 in London, Paris and Tokyo; the devices on display will likely have some of these apps installed Read more...More about Apps, Apple, Tech, Apps Software, and Gadgets
When you play the game of thrones, you either win or you bogey.
Direct Golf made this masterpiece using more than 300 clubs, putting the phrase "nine iron" to shame. Each club was carefully selected and cut to size along with all of the rubber grips being used for the seat's fabric.
It took two months to create the throne. Check out the process below. Read more...More about Pics, Golf, Tv, Watercooler, and Game Of Throne