Each year, Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon, writes to his shareholders, attaching the same, three-page mailshot he first sent them following the company's stock market flotation. "Amazon.com passed many milestones in 1997," the historic missive opens.
I was ambling into work when I bumped into a colleague.
The family of Oscar Pistorius have criticised the media for sensationalist coverage of the murder case against him.
George Osborne has become the latest person revealed to have attended a private dinner last week with Rupert Murdoch at the media mogul's apartment in Mayfair.
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.
One of the first rules of being a journalist (we've just now looked them up) is: you don't have to ask the questions the person talking wants to answer. You can ask anything. And the White House press corps proved it on Wednesday.
Maria Miller is to face an investigation into her expenses by the parliamentary commissioner for standards after the Daily Telegraph alleged that the culture secretary had breached rules over her second home.
Downing Street is at war with the Daily Telegraph after the paper once known as the house journal of the Conservative party alleged that the prime minister's director of communications issued a threat over a story about culture secretary Maria Miller's expenses.
Tavi Gevinson and I are emailing at night – 11pm my time, "free period" at school hers.
The job of leader of the opposition is often described as the loneliest in politics, but that doesn't seem to bother Ed Miliband.