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Reusable bags, bottles and containers are the key to success for these buyers in Birmingham.
The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.
The European Union has gone ahead with retaliatory duties against $2.8bn worth of US-made products.
How city centres once abandoned by residents became the UK's most desirable areas to live.
In India's desert state of Rajasthan, rural women are training as solar entrepreneurs, to bring power to those living off grid.
Unilever has taken a stand against 'influencers' who buy social media followers to game the system.
As a trade war becomes an increasing risk, how do governments use tariffs in international commerce?
Consumer watchdog Which? finds carbon monoxide alarms on sale online fail British safety tests.
Creditors vote on Friday on the department store chain's plans to close more than half its stores.
The Federal Reserve says US banks have the money to handle a recession, despite rising credit card debt.
Chancellor tells City the UK needs to protect patterns of trade with EU "built up over decades".
Young's Seafood said it was "naturally disappointed" by the news.
The French fashion house has made its financials public but is in no hurry to float the business.
Previously companies without a physical presence in a state were exempt from sales tax collection rules.
The company says Brian Krzanich is leaving because of "a violation of Intel's non-fraternisation policy".
The desire for the perfect day has led to a boom in Uganda’s wedding industry - but these events come at a cost.
As supplies of the gas run low, the food and drink industry asks the government to take "urgent action".
Big brands including Sony and Uniqlo had worked with Daryl Aiden Yow because of his online fame.
Experts from IBM, brought in to help during the bank's IT meltdown, query if TSB understood the risks.
Public sector borrowing fell to £5bn in May, down £2bn from a year earlier, official figures show.