Business tycoon Lord Alan Sugar has said women can narrow the gender pay gap by insisting they want to be paid more.
Last season’s winner of The Apprentice Alana Spencer will give new contestants a surprise on Wednesday when she returns to the board room to bring them some words of encouragement.
Lord Alan Sugar has insisted he would find the money to keep popular shows on the BBC if he were to be made director general.
Lord Sugar is heading back into the boardroom to pick a new winner on the latest series of The Apprentice.
A “slightly bonkers country girl”, a business analyst who vows to bring “swagger” to the boardroom and a wedding company boss who says people call her “superwoman” are among the 18 candidates taking part in the new series of The Apprentice.
The new series of The Apprentice is about to get under way, with 18 more hopefuls vying to win.
Karren Brady has said the BBC’s director-general can settle the gender pay gap at the corporation “quickly” once he makes the decision to do so.
Businessman Alan Sugar has had a minor heart procedure in America.
Former The Apprentice adviser Nick Hewer has revealed some backstage info about The Apprentice – including why contestants who get fired always leave the building wearing a scarf and coat.
The Apprentice is set to suffer a dramatic blow as a candidate walks out before the task begins in the fourth episode of the series.