Theresa May will push ahead with a crucial vote on her European Union exit deal, her Brexit minister said on Sunday, as senior MPs in her own party piled pressure on the prime minister to seek a better offer.
Large private companies in Britain will have to comply with governance standards for the first time from 2020 in a response to the collapse of unlisted retailer BHS that left thousands of people out of a job.
The tech solutions provider is rolling out a new end-to-end product personalisation platform, Fashion on Demand, globally from January 2019, following Amazon's patenting of an on-demand manufacturing warehouse last year.
As the Christmas shopping season moves into high gear, the latest PwC shopping prediction suggests that spending will hold up reasonably well but consumers will actually be laying out less this year on fashion.
Irish consumer sentiment recovered in November to end a run of three successive monthly falls as prospects for a Brexit deal improved and property and fuel inflation eased, a survey showed on Thursday.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal came under fire from allies and opponents alike on Wednesday after the government was forced to publish legal advice showing the UK could be locked in the European Union’s orbit.
A team at Manchester University created a graphene-strengthened natural jute fibre that may lead to large-scale production of this sustainable material. This could boost farming economies in India, Bangladesh, and China.
New Yorkers by a wide margin approve of plans for Amazon to build a massive new campus in the city, although they are divided over terms of a multibillion-dollar incentive package used to lure the online retailer.