By Heidi Vella - 04 March 12:15
Boost for the high street.
By Alex Hern - 22 February 11:02
The technological history of credit.
By New Statesman - 19 February 9:10
Traces of horse DNA detected.
By New Statesman - 15 February 7:10
John Browett returns to the UK retail market.
By Charlotte Simmonds - 12 February 17:02
As the bourbon’s popularity rises abroad, it waters down at home.
By Caroline Crampton - 10 February 10:31
International mafia conspiracy, deadly lasagnes, calls for more regulation - rounded up.
By New Statesman - 30 January 8:17
The online retailer improves operating profit margin in North America.
By Heidi Vella - 22 January 11:20
Former head of Marks and Spencer appointed.
By New Statesman - 22 January 9:08
Positive development for the Swiss retailer.
By New Statesman - 18 January 11:24
Blockbuster, HMV, Jessops and more.
By Steven Baxter - 16 January 9:56
Let's be honest - online or out-of-town shopping is just less hassle, isn't it?
By Heidi Vella - 10 January 11:13
Thousands of jobs at risk.
By New Statesman - 10 January 10:30
"Back on form", according to CEO.
By New Statesman - 08 January 13:37
Sales up in December.
By New Statesman - 20 December 15:06
Sales did not increase in November.
By Mike Lewis - 07 December 7:46
In the wake of Starbucks’ tax U-turn, we need to acknowledge that multinationals already choose whether to pay tax or not - and make them pay their fair share.
By Sophie Barnes - 15 November 13:27
The week's oddest advert.
By Heidi Vella - 13 November 11:42
Regulators are investigating claims wholesale gas prices have been manipulated by major gas companies. We answer five questions on the gas pricing fiasco.
By Alex Ward - 01 November 16:27
The most notable high-street demise since Woolworths.
By Kamila Kocialkowska - 30 October 14:05
Coffee chain expands with its first stores in India.
By Alex Ward - 26 October 14:47
EDF becomes fifth of the “Big Six” providers to raise tariff prices.
By Alex Ward - 22 October 12:31
eBay joins the growing list of firms using overseas tax havens to avoid corporation tax.
By Alex Ward - 17 October 12:36
Landmark restaurant in Milan's iconic Galleria forced to close by the city.
By Alex Ward - 16 October 17:28
But hikes in food and energy bills put a dampener on the news.
By Alex Hern - 02 October 13:10
Pantone 2685 is Cadbury's special colour.
By Philip Booth - 25 September 14:22
It's housing market madness, writes the IEA's Philip Booth
By Chuka Umunna - 21 September 10:19
Without immediate stimulus, we risk inflicting permanent damage on our retailers.
By Helen Roxburgh - 19 September 10:11
Business quote of the day.
By New Statesman - 10 September 7:56
Alistair Darby is named the new chief executive.