Samsung’s failed Galaxy Note 7 to go back on sale

Samsung Group is a South Korean multinational conglomerate headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. It comprises numerous affiliated businesses, most of them united under the...

14% of private tenants spend majority of income on rent, research shows

One in seven private sector residents in England is paying more than half their total earnings on rent, the report from the Local Government...

Parents whose children suffer cancer ‘left with huge bills for treatment travel’

A remarkable number of parents who have children with cancer pay thousands of pounds every year on travel for therapy, figures show. A study from...

China believes its “car-eating,” traffic-straddling bus is an overall fraud

China's futuristic "car-eating" bus, currently dead in its tracks, is now the focus of an examination. In theory, the Transit Elevated Bus, or TEB, is...

Open Market Offers after Brexit creates doubts

Britain might not have the ability to strike open market handle other nations up until years after leaving the European Union, an International Trade...

iZettle is signing 1,000 brand-new organisations a day

iZettle, the fast-growing Swedish payment terminal company, is signing 1,000 brand-new services a day and seeing substantial traction in the UK. CEO and creator Jacob...

British services lobby for less visa limitations post-Brexit

British organisations are lobbying for a visa system that permits unlimited entry for gifted abroad business owners and tech professionals post-Brexit. Proposals from London First,...

Britons reserving vacations online to obtain security if travel companies fail

Britons who reserve their own vacations online are to be provided the very same defense if the companies they use fold as customers who...

SoftBank Vision Fund ‘interested’ in buying Deliveroo stake

Deliveroo is a British online food delivery company with operations spread across eighty-four cities in the UK, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Spain,...

Lloyds attacks ‘aggressive’ car loan rivals

http://g3.img-dpreview.com/C26B71D2DAE241918AF3D1918FAE3DF1.jpg Lloyds Banking Group has scrutinised the “aggressive” deals proposed by some ­rivals in the car loan business, adding to rising concerns about Britain’s vehicle debt...

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