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Dixons Carphone boss leaves for Boots
The head of the electronics retailer is switching to the cosmetics and chemist chain in a major move.

Coca-Cola pledges to recycle all packaging by 2030
The drinks giant is pledging to reclaim a used can or bottle for every one sold.

Carpetright shares crash on profit warning
Shares in the retailer slump by 40% after the retailer suffers a "sharp deterioration" in UK trade.

Carillion plan dubbed 'sticking plaster'
The FSB small business organisation rejects government claims that banks' support will provide a lifeline.

Dignity cuts funeral prices amid growing competition
Shares in Dignity, the UK's only listed funeral firm fall 50%, as it cuts prices by 25%.

Asda and Aldi stop energy drink sales to under-16s
Asda and Aldi will introduce ID checks from early March, after campaigners called for restrictions.

Santander boss named in RBS scandal
Nathan Bostock was responsible for controversial GRG division during scandal, MPs are told.

Superjumbo jet future secured by Emirates order
A big order from Emirates airline saves the A380 after Airbus threatened to stop making the plane.

Banks create funds for firms hit by Carillion collapse
Lloyds, RBS and HSBC will provide cash for struggling small firms as Nationwide takes on Carillion staff.

Costa Coffee's High Street sales fall
The coffee chain has been hit by the falling numbers of people visiting UK High Streets.

Amazon shortlists 20 metropolitan areas for new headquarters
The proposed site is expected to cost more than $5bn (£3.6bn) and create 50,000 jobs.

First Carillion task force meeting 'constructive'
The group will co-ordinate efforts to support business and workers affected, government says

Apple to pay $38bn on foreign cash pile
The payment is expected to be the largest of its type following US tax code changes.

Tesco delays Clubcard rewards cut after backlash
The supermarket announces a grace period until June for its biggest rewards after a customer backlash.

GKN rejects £7.4bn hostile takeover bid
The engineering giant says the offer from turnover specialist Melrose fundamentally undervalues it.

Hyperloop: A visit to the test site of Virgin's train of the future
Can a futuristic tube-based transport scheme that shoots pods through a vacuum become a reality?

How the zipper became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the zipper became a million dollar idea.

Fighting for flexible working hours
Less than half of parents feel flexible working is an option in their workplace.

Fishermen's app: 'We can go direct to the consumer'
The app that's allowing Africa's fishermen to sell their catches directly to restaurants.

'If I tried to escape they said they would kill me'
"Peter" came to Britain looking for a new life but instead he was held captive and forced to work for nothing.

Zambia's traders protest at anti-cholera measures
Market traders in Zambia protest against government rules aimed at containing an outbreak of cholera.

Carillion fallout
Carillion's collapse throws the future of its big UK building projects and those that work on them into doubt.

'That's it, go home'
How the collapse of Carillion has affected those who worked with and for the company.

Carillion's woes
The construction firm is to be liquidated after its huge financial troubles finally overwhelmed it.

Fashion contender
Despite being based in a small Welsh town, the Hiut Demin Company is exporting its jeans globally.

Plastic fantastic
The growth of easily available credit profoundly altered our attitude to money.

How did it get here?
How the UK's newest port DP World London Gateway is trying to lure the world's biggest container ships.

Members only
Trendy private members' clubs are taking off globally, but are they too exclusive for their own good?

Into the groove
How a small company in the Czech Republic became the world's biggest maker of vinyl records.

Managing the managers
Why hire a manager and then hire someone else to tell them how to do their job?

Timber travel
A growing number of firms are crafting bikes using wood, but some cyclists remain wary

Disney to Pompey
Michael Eisner is using is expertise in the US entertainment industry to turn around Portsmouth FC.

Mamma spice
How Munaf Kapadia runs a successful "pop up" restaurant at his family home in Mumbai.

Smells wrong
Could niche perfumes made by artisan houses be the saviour for the struggling fragrance industry?

Personal touch
UK chief executive Matthew Barnes personally approves every new product and sets the price for it.

Denim double down
The US clothing firm is now enjoying five years of profit growth as it recovers from past woes.

With us in spirit
Is naming a new brand of whiskies after the collapsed bank a wise move?

Reining it in
The fine on gambling site 888 highlights that current methods of helping problem gamblers are not working.

The right note?
Why hi-resolution sites are music to the ears of fans who want the best possible sound.

'Selfridges' of sports?
The retailer says it has "smashed the ball out of the park" in its attempt to move upmarket.

Selling dreams
Why are luxury firms which sell high-end fashion or expensive cars getting involved in the art world?

A High Street star?
The Russian billionaire buying the health food chain said he wanted to invest in future stars of the High Street. Does Holland & Barrett fit the bill?

'There's no judgement'
The new generation of dance workouts aiming to be less formal and more enjoyable.

Mass surveillance
BBC Arabic found the sales included decryption software that could be used against the West.

Food for thought
How popular snack food business Graze was successfully grown by its chief executive Anthony Fletcher.

Taming the giants
Five tech giants increasingly dominate the US and global economies. But what, if anything, should be done about it?

The Islamic State group relies on encrypted messaging app Telegram to spread its message digitally.

Five questions for BA
Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.

Mapping a new frontier
Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.

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