The pre-Christmas period marks some of the biggest days in retail.
This weekend will see horseracing’s finest descend on Asia for the Longines Hong Kong International Races.
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When it comes to social media, Instagram commands a huge amount of power.
The Co-op will become the first major UK retailer to sell food after its “best before” date in an attempt to cut food waste.
Xavier Rolet, the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), has been asked to leave his post a year earlier than planned amid a boardroom row.
Another year, another day to save a bit of money.
After a high-profile, multi award-winning film series, the last thing most Middle Earth fans expected was for Lord Of The Rings to come to the small screen.
Kay Swinburne, the Welsh Conservative member of the European Parliament, has said that a two-year transition period after the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 won’t be long enough.
Taxi startup Uber has been unsuccessful in its attempts to overturn a ruling which says it must treat its drivers as official workers.
The UK’s High Court has blocked Monarch Airlines from selling its runway slots, making it harder for the failed carrier to pay off outstanding debt.
Associated British Foods (ABF) has reported a 20 percent rise in full-year earnings, while the company’s annual profits surged.
Two large companies with an aggregate market valuation of about £7bn cancelled plans to float in London on Friday morning, blaming adverse market conditions in the UK capital.
A senior UK government official has said that an agreement on reciprocal healthcare has largely been reached with the European Union (EU).
Drones are delivering food to a Japanese town devastated by the Fukushima nuclear disaster where residents still struggle to source household basics.
The Olympic flame arrived in South Korea today, 100 days before the Winter Olympics 2018 in Pyeongchang begins.
The #metoo testimonials that flooded social media in recent weeks have made their leap from the virtual world to reality across Europe.
If the UK’s agricultural sector is unable to source migrant labour from the European Union (EU) after the UK leaves the trading bloc, the country’s food and drink industry will “be forced to downsize”, according to the president of the National Farmers Union (NFU).
Australia and Europe are currently undergoing a butter crisis after falls in supply are starting to push up prices.
The head of the UN’s World Metrological Organisation (WMO) has warned that future generations will inherit “a more inhospitable planet” as a result of an unprecedented rise in carbon dioxide (CO2) levels.
The UK’s competition watchdog is going to open an investigation into online hotel booking platforms amid concerns surrounding the “clarity, accuracy and presentation of information” on their websites.
Israeli-based cashback startup Boom25 has been live for only three months, yet it’s already talking about plans for international expansion.
When searching for new product ideas, tech companies often turn to their employees for inspiration.
Carlos Moedas, the European commissioner for research, science and innovation will announce how the remaining €30bn of the Horizon 2020 project will be invested on Friday.
Nearly two months after the phone was revealed, the Apple iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) is now available to pre-order from Apple’s website.
Vincom Retail, a Vietnam-based mall operator has raised $708m in its initial public offering (IPO), selling 397m shares at 40,600 dong ($1.79) apiece.
Ride-sharing startup Uber is launching its own credit card.
The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has ruled that the card game bridge is not a sport.
Some of the world’s biggest technology companies will be releasing their third-quarter results today.
Life science research in the UK, including into drug discovery and mental health treatments, have been given a £17m boost by the UK government.