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Susanna Dinnage is named as the new chief executive of the Premier League, replacing Richard Scudamore.
More firms are stockpiling as concerns about shortages of food, medicines, car parts and much else increase.
The UK's big cities will be the first to get the futuristic mobile technology, says mobile operator.
The bridal store has ceased trading and closed down all 14 of its outlets.
The online giant plans major new campuses in New York and next to the Pentagon near Washington DC.
Flipkart-owner Walmart said investigation into misconduct found "lapses in judgement".
A botched update to network hardware meant an African ISP wrongly took over Google net addresses.
Court of Justice was asked to rule in a copyright case involving two Dutch cream cheese products.
The number of people out of work increased by 21,000 to 1.38 million in the three months to September.
Premier Foods is to stockpile raw materials ahead of Brexit as fears grow over gridlock at UK ports.
The firm is planning a $21bn IPO of its mobile unit that could fund a fresh wave of tech investments.
The advert was not approved to be shown on TV because it breaches the rules on political advertising.
The company behind TV's Poldark and Victoria buys the rights to a book about Sir Philip Green.
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.