The Apprentice 2012

The Apprenticeboss Lord Alan Sugar has felt a backlash from his Twitter followers, after he encouraged them to contact a
Of all the places you'd expect an Alan Sugar-shaped cloud to appear - and let's be honest, there aren't many - Bangkok has
n last week's episode of The Apprentice, candidates were tasked with creating a new brand of condiment. Each team's product was predictably lacklustre: a table sauce with a misspelt brand name and a chutney which was initially so spicy that the initial sample wasn't considered good enough to take to a tasting session.
It's week 4 in The Apprentice household, and what was meant to be a well-earned morning off for both teams, but Lord Sugar
After their previous dawn summons to the V&A museum, the candidates were despatched this week to St Catherine’s Dock – Lord
Lord Sugar said goodbye to another Apprentice on Wednesday night – it was Michael Copp who was waved out of the boardroom
The competition heats up in this week's episode of The Apprentice when one of the teams of would-be entrepreneurs has to
This week, the Apprentice candidates had to design a 'useful' household product then pitch it to well known retailers Lakeland and Amazon. It sounds so simple, doesn't it? But bear in mind that these are people who couldn't find their rear ends with both hands, a sat nav and a detailed guide to human anatomy.
The Apprentice candidate Maria O’Connor has become the latest businesswoman looking for investment to be fired by Lord Sugar
Get your thinking caps on - tonight's Apprentice sees Lord Sugar's candidates tasked with inventing a new gadget. At the