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"Malcolm's ill and it's horrible. I don't know what happens next."
For 40 years hard-rock legends AC/DC have seemed indestructible. But news that rhythm guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young, 61, is taking a break due to a serious but unspecified illness has prompted fears that AC/DC are reaching the end of the road after total album sales of 200 million. Read in this interview what his band colleague Brian Johnson has to say to this and find out about his need for speed. (TRM) Reuters
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"I think if the woman knows that she’s dating a married man, or she’s dating a man with a girlfriend, then that’s a different type of woman. I don’t think I would be friends with her."
Kate Upton on getting cheated on and how to react, her super model status, dating older and ugly guys and the the pressure to be thinner. (AD) Action Press
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"Venice is Disneyland now."

The crime writer behind the Venetian police commissario, Guido Brunetti, on her 23rd novel and her concerns for the city in which the series is set. (NI)

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"Occupy was right: capitalism has failed the world."

One of the slogans of the 2011 Occupy protests was 'capitalism isn't working'. Now, in an epic, groundbreaking new book, French economist Thomas Piketty explains why they're right. (GO)

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Guardian & Observer
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"In 2011 Forbes ranked me the fifth most powerful woman in the world. I felt embarrassed and exposed."

Sheryl Sandberg on equality in our work places, finding the right partner, memories of early childhood and why it's way better to be smart than it is to be popular. (NI)

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Guardian & Observer
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"Look, I was a high-school kid, a college kid like others. There was a part of me that's glad fewer people had cell phones when I was that age. "

Sheryl Sandberg wants to ban the b-word, along with questions about 'having it all' (and her billion-dollar wealth). (GO)

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Guardian & Observer
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"I'm a neat freak. My house has to be perfectly in order."
Kiefer Sutherland on what it took him to become friends with his father, he opens up about life away from "24", his biggest vice and all about Jack Bauer and the new season of "24". (DB) Action Press
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"I spend most of my time not being entirely sure of things."
Juno Temple has rebel carved into her genes — so she couldn’t be better suited to her latest role. (NI) Camera Press
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"TV's no longer a bad word for an actor."
Billy Bob Thornton plays an enigmatic hitman in the new TV adaptation of the classic Coen brothers' film Fargo. He tells why film stars are clamouring to appear on the small screen. (PA) Camera Press
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"We were trying to make Dad acceptable. He wanted to be in a museum, to be recognised for his art as well as his music."
Ronnie Wood’s son launched two art galleries — as an interested collector and also to promote his famous father’s work. (NI) Action Press
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