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The retailer will give profits from a disputed design to fashion label Scamp & Dude to donate to charity.
Reed Hastings says the firm does not fear the launch of Disney's new online streaming service next year.
Food companies worried about a "no-deal" Brexit are storing away supplies at warehouses, a boss says.
Singles Day is the biggest online shopping day, and possibly Alibaba's biggest for data collection.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the teddy bear became a million dollar idea.
Microplastics have swamped our ecosystem. Can tech help prevent them entering our water systems?
MPs want to know how vulnerable people are coping with bank branch and ATM closures.
PwC says high street turmoil will continue, as gap between shop closures and openings hits record level.
A copy of the physicist's signed PhD thesis sells for £584,750, nearly four times the guide price.
The media company is shifting its focus to online streaming amid competition from Netflix and Amazon.
"Big Six" energy suppliers SSE and Npower say price cap means they need to renegotiate their merger.
The Paypal account for Mr Robinson has been closed after it violated the payment firm's policies.
The "big four" accountancy firm becomes the first to say it will not offer consultancy to audit clients.
A problem with the Tax-Free Childcare system has left some childminders waiting a week for their money.
Try our interactive map to see how monthly rents change by postcode.
The Canadian plane and train maker, which employs 4,000 in Belfast, is cutting 5,000 jobs worldwide.
Moneysavingexpert founder Martin Lewis is donating thousands of financial education textbooks to schools.
Mike Coupe says food imports "can't be stockpiled" ahead of a no-deal Brexit.
A study says that 10% of online property adverts in England specify "no DSS" or "no benefit claimants".
Fourty-four passengers and four crew were on board during the incident on the Flybe flight in January.