In the age of Amazon, the company is changing its legal name to reflect a shift away from mere physical stores.
Every year insurance providers receive calls from customers making claims, some stressful, some urgent, some distressing, and some rather unusual.
Data released by job site Glassdoor shows Google topped the list ahead of Anglian Water and Bromford Group.
The European Commission has ordered Ireland to collect back taxes for the years 2003-2014.
The 30,000 square-feet Starbucks Reserve Roastery will open its doors in China's biggest city, Shanghai, on 6 December.
UK regulator is probing how Moneybarn assesses loan applications and its treatment of customers in financial difficulties.
Merged company will have combined might of more than 9,500 screens spread across US and Europe.
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Internal memo revealed the executive's departure but company declines further comment on the matter.
Retailer will launch a company voluntary agreement on 21 December to renegotiate debts with its creditors.
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Food Standards Agency reveals Britain throws away 7.3 million tonnes of food almost every year.
Move follows warning by cybersecurity chiefs to government departments about Russian software.
Travel operator says the 400 affected employees will be redeployed across its UK network once closures begin in March 2018.