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2011-05-11 07:30:00

LOS ANGELES, May 11 /PRNewswire/ - Horiyoshi Worldwide, Inc. (OTCBB: HHWW) is pleased to announce that the Horiyoshi brand has been recognized in the May 8(th), 2011 Sunday edition of You Magazine www.mailonline.com.  The magazine can be found under the "You mag" icon on the Mail online homepage.  The article points the reader to British retailer Browns and their online store www.brownsfashion.com.  The article can also be seen at the Horiyoshi website,...

2010-04-15 13:29:00

Census Director says: 'Fill Out Your Form and Mail it Back Today!' WASHINGTON, April 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As of Thursday, April 15, Washington, D.C. is just one percentage point away from matching the mail participation rate it achieved in the 2000 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau announced today. New rates released today show that 65 percent of Washingtonians have mailed back their forms so far, compared with 66 percent in 2000. The nation as a whole -- at 68 percent -- is still...

2009-09-05 01:05:18

Keith Waterhouse -- the British novelist, newspaper columnist and playwright -- died Friday at his London home, his family said. He was 80. Waterhouse penned 60 books, plays and TV scripts throughout his career, as well as a twice-weekly column for the Daily Mirror for 16 years. He began writing for the Daily Mail in 1986. His works include the 1959 novel Billy Liar, the screenplay for the 1961 film Whistle Down the Wind, the play Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell, which was a West End hit in 1989,...

2009-05-09 15:14:18

England's Royal Mail plans to phase out thousands of bicycles and replace them with delivery vans, officials said. The bikes now used will be shipped by charities to Africa. The switch to vans is aimed at making daily deliveries more quickly, The Times of London reported Saturday. The plan has come under fire from environmental groups critical of replacing a sustainable form of transportation with one that causes traffic congestion and is dependent on fossil fuels. The bicycle is ideally...

2009-03-27 13:27:51

A 46-year-old married lawyer says he did not charge a female client for having sex with her, despite her claims in a filing in Britain's High Court. Marc Beaumont said Anal Sheikh, 48, offers incorrect claims in her High Court writ that accuses him of charging her $357 an hour for time they spent together before and during sexual intercourse, The Daily Mail said Friday. Before people jump to conclusions they should wait and see what the court has to say, Beaumont told the Mail. There were...

2009-03-23 15:37:32

General Trust, owners of the British newspaper The Daily Mail, said it would cut 1,000 jobs due to a severe slump in advertising revenue. The company's Finance Director Peter Williams said the majority of job losses had already taken place, but the number effectively doubles the layoffs the company forecast in November. From a year ago, considering a 5-month period ending March 1, revenues at the company shrank 12 percent, The Times of London reported Monday. Revenues are expected to fall...

2009-03-19 09:37:00

LONDON, March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Mail today launched a new industry resource to provide intelligence, inspiration and innovation for marketers and help them make the most of direct mail in their integrated marketing campaigns. Aimed at the UK's top 3,000 advertisers and 500 key agencies, the Mail Media Centre online resource - http://www.mmc.co.uk - will serve to reinforce the value of direct mail in the current communication mix and demonstrate how it can boost results....

2009-03-15 13:23:07

An official with Britain's Labor Party insulted those with Scottish accents by asking for a translation of a Glasgow man's comments, a union official says. Collins had interjected in a question-and-answer session with Labor deputy leader Harriet Harman to request a translation of the man's comments, the Daily Mail reported Sunday. I heard Mr. Collins' remarks clearly. I was upset by what he said and considered it to be racist. The man had a normal Scottish accent and most people could...

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2009-02-24 11:03:19

Ever-popular social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Bebo may shorten children's attention spans and make them more self-centered, according to renowned Oxford University neuroscientist Susan Greenfield. "We know how small babies need constant reassurance that they exist," Greenfield, the director of the Royal Institution, told the British newspaper Daily Mail. "My fear is that these technologies are infantilizing the brain into the state of small children who are attracted by...

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2009-01-30 13:58:08

Four British newspapers published corrections for erroneous reports they ran about Heather Mills after her lawyer contacted the Press Complaints Commission. The corrections came months after the activist and former model -- who is known for her acrimonious divorce from rock 'n' roll icon Paul McCartney, as well as for her stint on Dancing with the Stars -- said during a live appearance on British TV's GMTV program that she has been victimized by the press and encouraged people to boycott the...