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Chris Wallace, the anchor of Fox News Sunday, moderates the first presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland on Tuesday. Photograph: Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

Chris Wallace, the Fox News journalist who acted as moderator during Tuesday’s chaotic US presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, has (...)

Irish crisp brand Tayto moved up three places in the Checkout Top 100 Brands list.

Coca-Cola has retained the top spot in the latest annual edition of the Checkout Top 100 Brands list, with the soft-drinks company keeping its traditi(...)

Netflix’s once heavily guarded vault of secret statistics has slowly opened up over the last couple of years, a gradual juicy reveal of viewer habits (...)

Beer makers from global giant Anheuser-Busch InBev to smaller craft brewers have set up schemes for consumers to buy drinks in advance to support shuttered bars. Photograph: AFP via Getty

As bars across Europe gradually reopen, up to a million free or pre-paid beers are waiting to lure back wary consumers. Beer makers from global giant(...)

KI Klaksvik and B36 Torshavn met as the Faroe Islands’ domestic league returned. File photograph: Getty Images

The last time KI Klaksvik and B36 Torshavn met, last October, it was to decide the destiny of the Premier League title, a match that attracted a recor(...)

Depending on which group of experts you refer to for your calculations, 30 minutes of Netflix amounts to driving between .5 and 4 miles in terms of CO2 emissions. Photograph: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg

If someone told me a month ago that the name on everybody’s lips is going to be Joe Exotic, I would have been understandably confused. But it’s true: (...)

There was  a spike in the sale of wine which rose by 34 per cent to €53 million in the four-week period. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

The sale of take-home alcohol in recent weeks is almost 40 per cent higher than it was in the same period last year, new figures show. Some €158 mill(...)

The futures benchmark for the higher quality arabica bean has risen 20 per cent since the start of February. Over the same timeframe, oil is down by more than 40 per cent, while copper has dropped about 8 per cent. Photograph: iStock

The coronavirus pandemic set off a scramble for coffee beans last month as roasters worked flat out to meet demand from stockpiling consumers while sh(...)

An empty pasta shelf in Switzerland. Many countries have seen surging sales in basic products including pasta.  Photograph: EPA

Shoppers’ rush to stock up on non-perishable staples such as pasta and noodles to ride out the coronavirus crisis has boosted demand for wheat, which (...)

A reconstruction of a Neanderthal   displayed at the Prehistoric Museum in Halle, eastern Germany. Photograph: Sebastian Willnow/AFP/Getty Images

There’s always been a suspicion that our ancestors pushed Neanderthals to extinction. The scenario is that modern humans migrated out of Africa and sl(...)

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