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Traditionally seen as the preserve of older holidaymakers, cruising is now attracting a younger clientele
Network Rail says a five-year scheme to replace ageing signalling marks a turning point for the UK.
A slowdown in economic growth seems set to delay any interest rate rise until at least August.
A husband-and-wife team puts together picture perfect picnics for customers who are looking for shared experiences.
What exactly is the Bank of England interest rate? Well, for one thing, it could make your mortgage more expensive.
The global arms trade is now worth $100bn annually, with the US increasingly dominant as the world's top arms exporter.
The supermarket says it wants "to do the right thing for customers" after backlash.
The media giant wants to buy the 61% of Sky it doesn't already, but faces hurdles from regulators and rival Comcast.
Walmart will pay $16bn to take control of the Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart. Not bad for a company founded just over a decade ago.
Communications watchdog Ofcom says average download speeds rose 28% since its last yearly survey.
An Airbus executive says future work on the Galileo sat-nav system would have to be moved to the continent because of Brexit.
The BBC's Watchdog discovers a fault that that cause some vehicles to shut down while being driven.
The US giant is paying about $16bn for a 77% stake in India's biggest online retailer.
Consumer fury over a new holding 'charge' has been fuelled by confusion on social media.
Sunrise Senior Living will pay more than £2m after the Competition and Markets Authority stepped in.
The UK telecoms group will acquire businesses in Germany, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic.
The bakery chain's shares plunge after it warns that its profits could flatline in 2018.
Match Group says the social media giant's plan for a dating app could benefit its business.
The blockbuster movie helps Disney's profits soar, amid questions about its 21st Century Fox bid.
UK retail sales fall "off a cliff" in April, although the figures were distorted by the timing of Easter.