BBC News - Business
Updated: 1 hour 55 min ago
A trade union has described the redundancies as "a body-blow to the workforce".
Sports Direct, the chain's new owner, says it won't give refunds for goods ordered before the takeover.
Show makers announced on Friday that the 19th series of the Channel 5 show would be its last.
SpaceX signs up first private passenger for its Big Falcon Rocket, which is yet to blast off.
Pub chain reports record sales and profits but says its rock-bottom prices are likely to rise.
The comments follow reports that the US and China may hold talks on the escalating trade conflict.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how sunglasses became a million dollar idea.
How a city best known for pizza, football and crime is embracing tech to revive its fortunes.
Two women tell the BBC how the financial crash had a devastating but also positive impact on their lives.
Natalia Rogoff lost her "dream job" when Lehman Brothers went bust, she then set up a pasta business.
Ten years on from Spain's financial crisis, it's possible to see recovery and clouds on the horizon.
Volkswagen will stop producing the iconic car, which found fame in Disney films, in 2019.
English clubs were the biggest global spenders during the summer transfer window, says Fifa.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tells the cabinet a no-deal Brexit could see home prices plunge.
But Ross McEwan says he replied in "good faith" to questions about alleged criminal activity.
The luxury goods maker tells the BBC that London will be the home for its global holding company.
A decade on, some of the big consequences of the financial crisis are also the most surprising.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has attacked the tech company for "leeching off the taxpayer".
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos forms a charity to help the homeless and create new schools in poor areas.
The same power steering issue also led to a recall in 2017.