Company results of the day.
Shareholders could block it.
Boost for the high street.
The technological history of credit.
Traces of horse DNA detected.
John Browett returns to the UK retail market.
As the bourbon’s popularity rises abroad, it waters down at home.
International mafia conspiracy, deadly lasagnes, calls for more regulation - rounded up.
The online retailer improves operating profit margin in North America.
Former head of Marks and Spencer appointed.
Positive development for the Swiss retailer.
Blockbuster, HMV, Jessops and more.
Let's be honest - online or out-of-town shopping is just less hassle, isn't it?
Thousands of jobs at risk.
"Back on form", according to CEO.
Sales up in December.
Sales did not increase in November.
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.
The week's oddest advert.
Regulators are investigating claims wholesale gas prices have been manipulated by major gas companies. We answer five questions on the gas pricing fiasco.
The most notable high-street demise since Woolworths.
Coffee chain expands with its first stores in India.
EDF becomes fifth of the “Big Six” providers to raise tariff prices.
eBay joins the growing list of firms using overseas tax havens to avoid corporation tax.
Landmark restaurant in Milan's iconic Galleria forced to close by the city.
But hikes in food and energy bills put a dampener on the news.
Pantone 2685 is Cadbury's special colour.
It's housing market madness, writes the IEA's Philip Booth
Without immediate stimulus, we risk inflicting permanent damage on our retailers.
Business quote of the day.