BBC News - Business
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Firms can have fixed ideas about what works but its better to listen to customers, says Sarah Friar.
How Bettys & Taylors went from running teashops to selling tea around the globe.
Cans of the famous Irish stout will now come in recyclable cardboard packs.
Despite higher shopper numbers in March, consumers are not spending more, a survey suggests.
The "fraud refund guarantee" covers customers tricked into authorising payments to fraudsters.
Beijing's new Daxing airport will have the world’s largest terminal housed in a single building, officials claim.
"Sergio [Bucher] thinks now would be the right moment to move on," a source close to him tells the BBC.
The airline is grounding its fleet until 19 August while Boeing develops a software upgrade.
Users said the sites, and messaging service WhatsApp, were unavailable for more than three hours.
Studies show an increase in people turning up to work despite not feeling well enough to do so.
The new Royal Family member will take on its mother's US citizenship and need to file US tax returns.
Police figures suggest sex assaults in which victims meet attackers on online dating sites is rising.
There were more than 900 hours of delays across thousands of journeys in England, Wales and Scotland.
The plane, developed by Stratolaunch, is designed as an airborne launch pad for satellites.
The steelmaker is asking for help after the EU froze UK companies out of its carbon credits scheme.
Investors will be able to demand money back if Labour takes firms into public ownership, documents say.
The ride-sharing firm is yet to make a profit, but it may attract a sky-high valuation when it floats.
Why an experiment in rural India may help us rekindle a savings habit, despite the squeeze in wages.
Philip Hammond told the BBC that getting a deal done soon would release the "bandwidth" needed to take key economic decisions facing the country.
Local business awards are given to two national chains after the choice is put to a public vote.