More than a quarter of people do not know their bank card’s Pin by heart, a survey has found.
A Fife firm which produces more than two billion paper bags a year has signed deals with fast food giants worth in excess of £50 million.
Burger King and McDonald’s have both announced they are to remove plastic toys from their children’s meals entirely, or allow customers to swap them out, in an effort to reduce waste.
Online retailers that breach UK consumer laws on refunds and returns are able to buy their way to prime slots on Google Shopping’s listing service, according to a Which? investigation.
Rolls-Royce has cut its profit guidance for the year as it continued to be plagued by problems with its troubled Trent 1000 engines.
Thomas Cook staff left in limbo are preparing to go without their wages on Monday – which should have been their payday – following the collapse of the travel giant.
A pensioner was forced to wage a court battle for his £193,000 inheritance after it was transferred to another bank customer by mistake.
Consumers are being urged to “shop small” as part of the seventh annual Small Business Saturday event which takes place tomorrow.
BuzzFeed UK has been told it will be dissolved in two months if it fails to file its accounts with Companies House.
British Airways owner IAG has seen earnings knocked by a 155 million euro (£134 million) hit from a summer of strike action as the UK carrier faced the first industrial action by pilots in its history.