Shops are “struggling to cope” with the amount of items customers return, with a quarter of it unfit for resale, new figures suggest.
Tesla says all electric cars it now builds will have hardware to drive completely on their own, though fully self-driving cars are still years away.
Sir Philip Green will meet the Pensions Regulator by the end of the week to try to secure a deal over collapsed BHS’s pension fund, the BBC has learned.
Sports psychiatrist Prof Steve Peters is offering his Olympic-winning expertise to firms who want to work more efficiently.
A growing number of head lice removal firms have set up in recent years as a response to the fact that the insects are increasingly resistant to over-the-counter chemical treatments.
Broadband needs a social tariff to ensure everyone can afford it, says the Local Government Association.
Only a quarter of couples eligible for marriage tax allowance are bothering to claim it, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
The internet firm Yahoo calls on the US government to clarify the rules around providing it with users’ data.
Chancellor uses Treasury select committee to announce support for immigration system that accepts need for foreign high-skilled workers
Philip Hammond has sought to allay fears that the economy will be sacrificed in Brexit negotiations, with support for foreign high-skilled workers, the expectation of a favourable deal for the City and a staunch defence of the Bank of England’s independence.
The chancellor, burnishing his credentials as an opponent of a hard Brexit, was hopeful a deal was possible that allowed all European nationals to remain in the UK and for UK nationals to remain in the EU.