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The founder of the Toronto-based beauty brand said its stores would close because of "criminal activity".
Mariya Gancheva, a successful but "burned out" City of London banker, turned to yoga to successfully reduce her stress levels.
An entrepreneur who wants to speak out on World Mental Health Day.
The Advertising Standards Authority says the advert implied customers could leave their contract any time.
A growing number of tech analysts are predicting that in less than 20 years we'll all have stopped owning cars.
How do scientists in the Antarctic minimise the waste generated by their research stations?
The McIntosh apple was once the most popular apple in North America, but its time in the sun is over.
The banking giant settles with the Department of Justice over mortgage mis-selling claims.
Nhlanhla Nene quits after he admits to meeting members of the controversial Gupta family.
The search firm reveals its latest handsets shortly after revealing Google+ users' data was exposed.
The tech giant, under scrutiny over a data lapse, has scrapped plans to bid for a high-profile contract.
Workers have suffered fractures, head injuries and collisions with heavy equipment, the GMB union says.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow responds to criticism of her controversial lifestyle brand, Goop.
The central bank says £31bn has been lent this year to firms that are already heavily indebted.
The dominance of accountancy giants Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC is expected to be scrutinised.
"Hundreds" of drivers are expected to switch off their apps from 1pm, say union organisers.
Rhum and its neighbouring assets in the North Sea deliver about 5% of the gas produced in the UK.
Company founder Richard Branson says the company is "tantalizingly close" to its first trip.
The company says it is "time for new leadership" to take the group to the next phase of its development.
Thousands of the chain's staff, whose personal details were posted online, are seeking compensation.