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Why retailers need to be doing more for their disabled customers.
Holly Greader from Cardiff tells the BBC what going shopping is like for her as a wheelchair user.
Calendars featuring gifts like cosmetics or wine have become a huge hit, but are there too many of them?
Research suggests on average 24 hours a year are spent complaining, while at work, about poor service.
A quarter of those in serious financial difficulty wait more than two years to seek help, a charity says.
DIY retailer Homebase runs Britain's worst online shop, according to a survey by the consumer group.
Scientists hope artificial intelligence will gives us more insights into bee health and behaviour.
The tech giant's share price fall has wiped more than $40bn off its market value.
A car repair worker is the first person to be sentenced to jail as a result of a UK data watchdog prosecution.
Xiaomi offered only two or three phones at the advertised price.
Andrew Tinkler was part of a campaign to oust the Stobart Group's chairman, a court hears.
Shares in BAT and Imperial Brands tumble after reports suggest the US will ban menthol cigarettes.
The group was set up after the French tyre firm announced plans to close its Dundee plant with the loss of 845 jobs.
The currency sags as Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to broker a cabinet agreement on Brexit.
The drinks giant says the sale will allow it to have "greater focus" on its US premium brands.
Technology incubator CEO Ben Brabyn says if new firms can gain customers' trust, they'll succeed.
Entrepreneur James Hind came up with the idea for his £15m website Carwow because he realised how much people dislike buying cars.
The bank, which is 62% taxpayer-owned, says skilled staff were used occasionally as "short-term support".
The number of EU and non-EU migrants in the UK workplace has slowed
China's e-commerce giant's shopping day hit a record $1bn in sales in just 85 seconds.