‘She Loves You’, The Beatles’ second number one hit, has topped a chart of the group’s biggest selling songs in the United Kingdom.
Hundreds of Beatles fans gathered at the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing to commemorate 40 years since The Beatles were photographed crossing it.
A 1958 Hofner Senator guitar previously owned by John Lennon has sold for £205,250 (337,226) at auction.
The Beatles’ first management contract is to be given away as a competition prize on a UK website.
Sir Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono are urging people to go meat-free one day each week to help cut carbon emissions.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have appeared on stage for the first public viewing of Beatles Rock Band.
A museum dedicated to The Beatles opened today in Hamburg, Germany, 49 years after the group first performed in the city.
A special Beatles-themed edition of the board game Trivial Pursuit is to go on sale in August 2009.
Previously unseen lyrics written by George Harrison, written in early 1967, today went on permanent display at the British Library in London.
Small businesses in Liverpool have called on tourism bosses to improve the struggling area of Penny Lane, made famous by The Beatles in 1967.
Backbeat, the biopic of Stuart Sutcliffe’s Hamburg relationship with Astrid Kirchherr, is to be turned into a musical.
A postgraduate masters course in The Beatles, Popular Music and Society is being launched by Liverpool Hope University.
A new exhibition featuring works by John Lennon is to open at The Dome in Edinburgh.
3 Savile Row, London, the five-storey building which was headquarters of The Beatles’ Apple Corps business from 1968 until 1975, has been put up for sale.
Stella McCartney has designed a range of t-shirts for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day 2009.
Sir Paul McCartney says that negotiations to allow The Beatles’ catalogue to appear on Apple’s iTunes store have currently “stalled”.
A forthcoming as-yet-untitled video game is to feature songs by The Beatles, as a result of a deal between Apple Corps Ltd and Viacom’s MTV Networks, makers of the …
The long-awaited limited edition Beatles-branded iPod has gone on sale at exclusively at Bloomingdale’s.
Brian Epstein’s copy of his management contract with The Beatles is expected to fetch £250,000 ($470,000) at a London auction.
US department store Bloomingdales is to produce strictly limited edition Beatles iPods. The gadgets will be sold with The Beatles’ back catalogue. Only 2,500 will be made, making them …