The retailer warns of "another tough year ahead" as shoppers shift spending away from clothing.
Twenty year-olds may have to work till the age of 70, with millions more having to work till 68
The warning from former regulators comes amid speculation ministers may cap prices on standard tariffs.
Author of a report argues that no trade deal is better than a bad deal with the EU.
A prosecution witness called by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) admits texting friends for help explaining trader terminology.
Value shoe retailer Brantano falls into administration in a 'difficult' market and the weak pound.
FTSE 100 chiefs earn nearly 400 times more than someone on the National Living Wage.
Swiss bank UBS plans to charge a fee for customers who deposit more than a million euros.
From October 2017, cheques will start to clear much faster than the current six days' waiting time.
An investigation by Ofcom found the ISP had overcharged former customers by more than £500,000.
AkzoNobel says an improved offer from US rival PPG Industries is still too low.
The company pumped nearly 1.5 billion litres of untreated sewage into the River Thames in 2013 and 2014.
Cecile Reinaud runs Seraphine, a London-based maternity wear company. She is on an export drive and is hopeful about the post-Brexit trade deals to be struck.
Handbag designer Claudia Fürst is moving her manufacturing operation to Italy to counter the impact of the weak British pound.
Rancher Coleman Locke is concerned farmers like him could lose out if the US renegotiates Nafta.
"Scotland certainly could be an independent country", says former governor of the Bank of England.
Google's European boss apologises for brands appearing next to extremist content that they didn't feel comfortable with.
Business jargon is putting off young applicants- Radio 4's PM tries to decipher some of it.
Seven Humboldt penguins have gone on display at Mumbai's main zoo but the move has been controversial.
Laura Riley has a 10-year-old son, Louis, and has been chasing child maintenance payments for nine years.
A social media firm was among two companies targeted in an email phishing scam, officials say.
Claire Turnham tried to buy Ed Sheeran tickets - and ended up leading a campaign against Viagogo.
A look at how the seed of a South American tree is increasingly being used as an alternative to ivory.
How much data do you give away during your average day in the city?
We track a single item of clothing to see just where it goes before it ends up in the shop.
Everyone has to tackle their fears. Adventurer Bear Grylls explains how he tackles his own self-doubt.
America's rural heavily supported Donald Trump in the election, but now some are starting to worry his trade plans could hurt their business.
The technology behemoth Google may be in the spotlight with concerns over adverts ending up on extremist websites, but the wider UK advertising industry itself is facing numerous other challenges.
Not all cyber-attacks are about theft, some seek to undermine the trust placed in data and documents.
CPIH is about to become the headline measure of inflation, but it's not a proper national statistic.
The feuding family members who built up South Korea's Lotte Group empire are reunited in court.
Australian Jessica May overcame acute anxiety by setting up a recruitment firm for people with mental and physical disabilities.
Gamblers and insurers both place bets on the future, so how do they compare?
Joe Gordon, boss of telephone and online bank First Direct has just two years' experience in banking.
Using robotic carers and nurses to help the elderly could ease strains on the global healthcare system.
Toyota's decision to invest £240m in its UK operations will be welcome news for the UK car industry.
The US central bank takes another step towards ending the exceptional response prompted by the financial crisis.
Etiquette experts and business coaches guide us through the minefield that is the business lunch.
Could global trade in vegetable oil be to blame for our growing obesity crisis?
How many people will now pay less National Insurance as a result of the chancellor's change of heart?
When Romania stopped cheating in its exams, it revealed the scale of the social gap in its school system.
How UKTI can help your business grow internationally
UKTI’s High Value Opportunities programme aims to help UK companies of all sizes win business from large overseas projects
The United States is a rich market but navigating its regulations can be expensive and difficult. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will simplify the whole process of exporting, making it cost-effective to do business in the US no matter what the size of your company