Sunday, May 27, 2018

Consumers’ demands have changed – too bad retailers haven’t noticed

Two buzzwords of the moment are “experience” and “relevant”. Now that we’ve reached “peak stuff”, the trend is to invest in experiences rather than objects...

One in three Britons use baking to help them de-stress after busy day at...

One in three Brits turn to baking to help them de-stress after a busy day at work, a study suggests. Researchers found as well as...

Amazon becomes new broadcast sponsor for The Great British Bake Off in £5m deal

Amazon has been announced as the new broadcast sponsor for the second series of Channel 4’s The Great British Bake Off in a...

Bitcoin price – latest updates: Cryptocurrency value slides again after turbulent month

The value of bitcoin has been hanging in there in recent weeks following its rocketing value over Christmas and jittery plummet back to earth in...

Dozens of Labour MPs and peers urge Jeremy Corbyn to suspend former Labour disciplinary...

Jeremy Corbyn is facing demands from dozens of Labour MPs and peers to suspend the party's former disciplinary chief after she defended a council candidate accused of Holocaust...

Nine signs your marriage isn’t as happy as you think it is

It’s easy to brush stuff under the rug. Maybe you didn’t realise until recently that your partner’s obsessed with earning money and you’re not;...

Seven dating problems you have to deal with that your parents never had to

Dating has gone through some major changes over the years. The rules regarding how singles meet, where they go and who foots the bill...

Amazon shares bounce back after drop in wake of fresh Trump attack

Shares in Amazon recovered somewhat the market close on Thursday,, having slumped in the wake of an open attack by President Donald Trump over its business practices. The...

Investigation signalled into number of unfinished public consultations

MPs are set to probe the number of public consultations ordered by the Government that have come to nothing. The move comes after The...

Barclays to pay $2bn settlement over US fraud case dating back to financial crisis

Barclays has agreed to pay $2bn (£1.4bn) to settle a US civil action related to the mis-selling of residential mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial...

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