- Sugar's vision sweetens risk. // Marketing Week;4/13/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p3
Asserts that the Internet-related product launched by British entrepreneur Alan Michael Sugar will appeal to consumers despite critics' cynicism regarding the product. Features of the em@iler that will appeal to consumers; Arguments refuting critics' unfavorable assessment of the product.
- SIR ALAN SUGAR. Davidson, Andrew; Borden, Harry // Management Today;May2001, p76
Profiles Sir Sugar Alan, founder of Amstrad and a successful businessman in Great Britain. Attitude towards work; Family and career background; Tips for entrepreneurs; Secrets of success.
- NEW THINKING NEEDED. // Recruiter;Nov2012, p11
The article reports that British business magnate Alan Sugar has said that the government should end all its training schemes and give the money directly to recruitment companies.
- Sir Alan: I'II guide the bureaucrats. // Regeneration & Renewal;6/15/2009, p8
The article announces the appointment of Alan Sugar as adviser an the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in Great Britain.
- Sugar to sweeten YouView. Clarke, Steve // Daily Variety;3/8/2011, Vol. 310 Issue 46, p5
The article announces that Alan Sugar has named as the executive chairman of YouView (Ltd.), which is set to roll out to consumers in the summer of 2011.
- Debt-free Sugar covets distressed assets. // Estates Gazette;1/14/2012, Issue 1202, p38
The article reports that entrepreneur Alan Sugar is ready to acquire distressed assets in Great Britain after his Amshold business has repaid its bank debt.
- Sugar's baby. Buxton, Phil // Marketing Week;4/13/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p26
Focuses on an Internet-related product called em@iler launched by British high technology firm Armstrad. Businessmen Alan Michael Sugar's involvement in marketing the product; Features of em@iler; Sugar's negotiations with mail order and utility companies to develop applications for em@iler.
- Premier Inn seals sweet hotel deal with Sugar. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;12/4/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 4556, p9
The article reports that budget hotel operator Premier Inn has unveiled plans to turn Sir Alan Sugar's Essex, England, headquarters into its latest hotel venture. The Amstrad office building in Brentwood, England, the base for Sugar's BBC TV reality show "The Apprentice," will be turned into a...
- Untitled. // Motor Transport;5/7/2009, p31
A photograph of Sir Alan Sugar, new chief executive officer of the Road Haulage Association, is presented.