Ricardo Ariel Martinez Piñeros

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'Remarkable' Primark growth boosts AB Foods

Primark owner Associated British foods hails strong results after 'remarkable year' for budget clothing retailer<p>A “remarkable” year for discount fashion retailer Primark has driven an increase in sales and profits for its parent company Associated British Foods.<p>Primark grew total sales by 22pc to …

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Inequality: how wealth is distributed in the UK - watch our animated video here: http://gu.com/p/3jax4/tw (via Comment is free)

These 10 cities just won City Climate Leadership Awards for leading the way in urban sustainability. Did your city make the list? http://f-st.co/wlpXIuj

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make …

SimCity for the real world http://gu.com/p/3tv2k/ The high street may be dying, but cities have always been subject to change. What we must plan for is life after death, argues David Shariatmadari

25 toughest companies to interview with

How would you build an engine from scratch?Can you estimate the revenue from 2012 Olympic ticket sales? How many people are watching YouTube in a given hour?<p>These are just a few of the tough questions job seekers were asked by interviewers in the past year, according to a report released Friday by …

The Aston Martin CC100 makes our list of the most beautiful cars of the year. http://bit.ly/11SdW0W

How To Succeed In Business Without Becoming A Manager

Many of us strive to climb the corporate ladder as quickly as possible—but plenty of others are perfectly satisfied on the lower rungs and have no desire whatsoever to move up.<p>“I think it’s very common for people to be content in non-managerial positions for a few reasons,” says Andy Teach, author …