American Express to focus on "Busy Mom" market
American Express is coming out with a new rewards card aimed at what it calls the “busy mom” market, complete with an advertising campaign featuring real-life Busy Mom Tina Fey. I'll admit to an inherent distrust anytime a company says ... (No ...
'Cosmetic cowboy surgeries'
Worse, a person having a non-surgical cosmetic intervention has no more protection and redress than someone buying a ballpoint pen or a toothbrush, the report had said. Besides seeking compulsory registration for all involved in the cosmetic ...
Harry Hill: now giving his X Factor musical 110%
Harry Hill: 'The lowpoint was when the only advertising space bought for TV Burp was for Saniflo toilets.' Photograph: Richard Saker for the Guardian. Harry Hill is ... Today, en route to a photoshoot, Hill seems to be half in costume: the shirt collar ...
Big Debate: The screen time wars
I am sure when the ballpoint pen was invented there was a teacher who complained that children would be doomed to social awkwardness because they would no longer be interacting around the inkwell. New technology always carries with it a fear that it ...
New cosmetic rules 'are appalling'
A review of the industry in 2013 by the medical director of the NHS in England, Sir Bruce Keogh, warned fillers could cause lasting harm, but were covered by only the same level of regulation as ballpoint pens and toothbrushes. He said they were a ...