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House of Fraser's new owner said "greedy landlords" led to three stores having to shut.
The extraordinary life of Sir Thomas Lipton: rags-to-riches tycoon, self-publicist, philanthropist and sportsman.
Plans to play top flight competitive Spanish games in North America are only part of a plan for worldwide growth.
US cable giant wins rare blind auction process set by the UK's Takeover Panel with £30bn offer.
The supermarket chain says the new biodegradable bags will be brought in at 1,400 of its stores.
Fuel prices are at a four-year high, but the AA says a supermarket price war could lower costs.
What could Venezuela's government learn from these five historic cases of hyperinflation?
Some 200,000 workers missed out on being paid at least the minimum wage rate in the past year.
The "giant vampire squid" will target the UK savings market next week - but will it be a damp squib?
Could we learn something from how one town has managed to improve its High Street?
Sterling was already trading lower after EU leaders warned the UK must make compromises to secure a deal.
Judge says Dominic Chappell gave "entirely unbelievable" evidence in the Crown Court hearing.
The food delivery firm's shares drop to a one-year low on reports Uber is mulling a bid for Deliveroo.
Public borrowing rose by more than expected on subdued tax receipts and an increase in expenditure.
The men's tailoring company says the hot weather and World Cup hit sales over the summer.
Customers of NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank are unable to access their accounts online.
Criminologists explore a food safety scare in Australia, and what could be motivating copycats.
The airline's new luggage charges may amount to unfair commercial practice, says competition watchdog.
Beijing is being penalised for buying Russian combat jets and surface-to-air missiles.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the fridge became a million dollar idea.