The five most read articles on Spear’s last week, and the best of the blogs
The five most read articles on Spear’s last week:
The case is of importance because it has decided that the assets of a company owned by a divorcing spouse can be added into their personal wealth when working out how much the other spouse should receive as a divorce settlement
Hands up who’s fed up of struggling to find a black cab? You can put your hand down now — literally — thanks to Hailo, an app that uses smartphone technology to do the work for you
It was an intriguing story. A husband who nursed his wife through her final illness learned subsequently that she’d divorced him over a year earlier without his knowledge. How could this have happened?
Held at the private dining room in the revamped Belgraves hotel, the dinner saw Spear’s friends and writers enjoy the cuisine of chef Sophie Michell, the English sparkling wine of Nyetimber and the fine wines of From Vineyards Direct
Die Entführung aus dem Serail at Garsington was one of the most innovative interpretations of an opera I have ever seen, says Melinda Hughes
And the best of the blogs:
At a time when tech giants are too powerful by far, Google’s creative interpretation of UK tax laws gives it an unfair advantage over smaller tech start-ups
I don’t understand anti-capitalists. It’s like being anti-sun or anti-blood: there is nothing else
Murdoch is worth a mere $12 billion – so how much of that does Deng stand to get?