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Waitrose to sell tea to China: Deal with internet giant Alibaba will see grocer ship Earl Grey and shortbread to the East
The grocer has agreed a deal through Chinese operator Avenue 51 which will see it ship items to China including Earl Grey tea and shortbread biscuits.
60 SECONDS WITH: Malcolm Walker, 70 Founder and CEO, Iceland
Malcolm Walker is chief executive of Iceland, the frozen food store which he started in 1970. It floated on the stock exchange in 1984, before...
MARKET REPORT: Poundland back in the bargain bin again as investors flee the discount retailer following painful takeover
Brokers cut their target prices for the shares to as little as 130p. Poundland was, until recently, the darling of the discount world.
What do retirees wish they had known in hindsight?
Prudential asked pensioners retired for five years or less about their switch from work to leisure, and whether they regretted anything and would...
Contactless cards protected from 'skim' fraudsters with this £6 device
Scammers can use sneaky devices that read the signal your contactless card sends to take payments of up to £30 from your account or steal the...
Sainsbury’s offers 3.2% perrsonal loan rate to Nectar card holders
Sainsbury’s Bank has slashed the cost of borrowing amounts between £7,500 and £20,000 for Nectar loyalty cardholders to a market-leading 3.2 per...
How do you solve a problem like inheritance tax?
Even by the standards of Britain’s increasingly muddled taxes, inheritance tax is a mess, so what do we do about an unpopular and complicated tax?
The top 10 most disappointing new cars revealed
The world of motoring isn't all about glamour, speed and sharp handling - some cars are just disappointing. So what are the cars that turned out to...
BT big winner in telecoms battle for new customers and Sky stutters as a result
BT could soon overtake Sky in attracting new paid-for television customers as it continues to grow its market share, data from Kantar Worldpanel...
Newcastle's 3-year fixed rate mortgage makes it cheapest deal for buyers with 20% deposit
Newcastle Building Society's 1.99 per cent three-year fix makes it the cheapest deal on the market for buyers with a 20 per cent deposit.
Brexit fears weigh on construction sector contracts while house building jumps
Despite dipping 0.3% on a monthly basis after a 0.4% fall in January, construction output over the three months to February actually rose by 1.5%,...