BBC News - Business 28 February 2018

Maplin collapses as rescue talks fail

The 200-store electronics retailer is unable to secure a sale of the business, its boss says.

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Toyota to build next generation of Auris in UK

It comes after the Japanese carmaker agreed a £240m investment in its Derbyshire plant last year.

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Toys R Us UK goes into administration

About 3,000 jobs are at risk at the UK's biggest toy retailer, but stores are still open for now.

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Facebook news feed changes 'decimated' publisher

The publisher of Little Things blames Facebook's algorithm changes for the lifestyle website's closure.

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Dick's Sporting Goods pulls assault-style rifles as Florida students return

Dick's Sporting Goods is to stop selling the kind of gun used in the Florida school attack.

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Childcare costs: Parents of children under two pay the most

The cost of a part-time nursery place for a child under two rose by 7% in a year, to £122 a week, research says.

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ITV profits drop in tough advertising market

The commercial broadcaster says 2017 profits fall after "ongoing economic and political uncertainty".

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US slaps fresh tariffs on Chinese aluminium

Washington accuses Beijing of 'unfair imports' and says it will protect its workers.

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