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The retailer reports a boost in the last trading week of 2018, although overall sales remain flat.
New railcards being launched this year should mean significant savings for anyone aged under 30.
The transport secretary says awarding a ferry contract to a firm with no ships is "supporting business".
Cathay Pacific business class seats worth up to $16,000 were sold for as little as $675 return.
The retailer's Christmas savings scheme is accused of breaking minimum wage rules by HMRC.
The price hike comes into force on Wednesday despite a 13-year low in punctuality across the network.
New Year's resolutions are often about how we spend our money and our time at work. Here's some advice on how to keep them for the rest of the year.
A California father set up a company where his sons could work - and now employs more than 150 people.
Although the figures are much higher than for 2017, it was still the ninth safest year on record.
Retailers endured a tough 2018 but technology like artificial intelligence could secure the future.
Consumer groups say that loyal customers will benefit but could still save more by shopping around.
From global superstars to lower league footballers, sportspeople are spending money and time to back causes close to their hearts.
Seaborne Freight will not receive cash unless it runs a ferry service, the Department for Transport says.
Donald Trump's offer on trade cannot happen if the PM's Brexit deal goes through, says Woody Johnson.
Investors will be glad to see the back of 2018 after major markets end with biggest falls in a decade.
Fishers can no longer discard fish to avoid busting quota - but that could put boats off the water.
Kylie Jenner, imploding retail sales and an endless summer - the most-read business stories of 2018.
The Premier League says its prospective new chief executive, Susanna Dinnage, has told the organisation she will not be taking up the position.
Seaborne Freight was founded less than two years ago and has never run a ferry service before.
China's latest statement suggests trade negotiations between the two countries are progressing.