BUSINESS LIVE: Apollo considers Morrisons bid

BUSINESS LIVE: Third private equity group considers Morrisons bid; Sainsbury’s to invest £50m; Quarter of finance staff want permanent home working By This Is Money Published: 08:02 BST, 5 July 2021 | Updated: 09:09 BST, 5 July 2021 Investment giant Apollo Global Management has said it considering launching its own bid to buy Morrisons after … Read more

Mary J Blige looks stunning in a green and black catsuit at Apollo Theater’s Walk of Fame

Mary J Blige’s storied career was immortalized on Friday as the R&B queen was inducted into the Walk of Fame at the legendary Apollo Theater. The 50-year-old superstar beamed as she attended the ceremony to celebrate her induction at the Harlem music hall. ‘My very first time performing here at the Apollo, I was not … Read more

Gavin Rossdale rocks long hair as he takes son Apollo, seven, for frozen yogurt

Gavin Rossdale rocks long hair as he takes son Apollo, seven, for frozen yogurt before they take their Pomeranian Chewy out for walk By Sameer Suri For Published: 23:19 BST, 7 April 2021 | Updated: 23:19 BST, 7 April 2021 Gavin Rossdale enjoyed a bit of family time with his son Apollo, seven, and … Read more

Myleene Klass’s son Apollo climbs on doting mum as she gets ready for event SEVEN hours early

She’s a doting mum to her three children. And Myleene Klass had a helping hand from her son Apollo, 19 months, as she got ready for the launch of her childrenswear collection with Next on Wednesday. The presenter, 42, could not stop smiling as she tried to do her makeup – an entire seven hours … Read more

Apollo 14 Commander Alan Shepard’s ‘lost’ golf ball is discovered but it only travelled 40 yards

A golf ball ‘lost’ by Alan Shepard on the Moon that he claimed travelled ‘miles and miles’ has been found in newly restored images — and it only travelled 40 yards.  On February 6, 1971, the Apollo 14 mission commander hit two golf balls across the lunar surface as one of the final acts of … Read more

See the Apollo 15 landing site in this detailed image of the moon

Scientists snap incredibly detailed image of the moon by shooting a powerful radar signal at the lunar surface – and you can even spot the Apollo 15 landing site Incredible image released by the US’s National Radio Astronomy Observatory  It’s a result of a successful test of a highly complex new radio telescope system Apollo 15 landed … Read more

Moon rock collected by the 1972 Apollo 17 mission is put on display in the Oval Office

When the Apollo 17 crew returned from the moon they brought back a 3.9-billion-year-old lunar rock that is now on display inside the White House’s Oval Office. The small boulder held by a metal clamp and encased in glass, sits located on a bookshelf that features items intended to remind Americans of the ambition and … Read more

Myleene Klass breastfeeds her son Apollo, 14 months, as she oversees daughters’ music practice

Myleene Klass has been doing her bit to normalise breastfeeding openly as she shared more footage of herself feeding son Apollo on Instagram on Monday. The 42-year-old broadcaster took to the image-sharing platform to upload the footage of the natural moment as her daughters Ava, 13, and Hero, nine, practised the trumpet and piano, respectively. … Read more

US private equity giant Apollo leads race to buy Asda

US private equity giant Apollo leads race to buy Asda after rival Lone Star backs out at the 11th hour By Francesca Washtell For The Daily Mail Published: 22:11 BST, 22 September 2020 | Updated: 23:21 BST, 22 September 2020 US private equity giant Apollo is in position to snap up Asda after its rival … Read more

Apollo 11 and RuPaul’s Drag Race lead the way after the first night of the Creative Emmy Awards

The first night of the Creative Emmy Awards is in the books, with Apollo 11 and RuPaul’s Drag Race getting off to big starts. While the event typically takes place over two nights, the weekend before the Primetime Emmys telecast, this year’s ceremony was split up into five separate nights. Nicole Byer (Nailed It) hosts … Read more