Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe is Britain's richest "young celebrity", according to a survey conducted by Heat magazine.
Shoulderpads, leotards and big hair, the 80s certainly contributed some style clangers.
As Matthew Crawley in Downton Abbey, Dan Stevens was always impeccably turned out. But his off-screen style is equally admirable, according to sartorial experts. The actor has been named Britain's best-dressed man, beating perennial favourite David Beckham, Bradley Wiggins and the Prince of Wales to come top of GQ magazine's annual list.
White walled, silent, with its quiet only broken by the crack of heels on floor, the US Vogue office feels like a building with PMT.
French government ministers have reacted angrily to the front cover of the latest issue of the Economist magazine's latest front cover - which features a bundle of French baguettes with a lighted fuse, under the headline "The time-bomb at the heart of Europe".
Land of hope and glory - not!
As a kid in Tampa, Florida, I used to accompany my father on Sundays to pick up the New York Times from a particular newsstand. Occasionally he'd buy the Robb Report, and I'd ask myself: Who really reads this?
Apple has launched a new subscription service for magazines, newspapers and music bought through its App Store, expanding the model developed for Rupert Murdoch's iPad newspaper the Daily.
Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire co-founder of Facebook, was today named Time magazine's 2010 person of the year.