Gap plans to close 175 namesake stores, about 26 percent of its North American locations, over the next several years in an effort to streamline its store fleet.
Autocomplete, we can all agree, is the work of the devil.
Republican candidate Jeb Bush only just formally launched his presidential bid in Miami, but his campaign has already attracted a robust roster of Wall Street donors.
JP Morgan’s chief executive, Jamie Dimon, faces embarrassment after it emerged that the bank’s fund management arm takes investor voting advice from a firm at the centre of his attacks on “lazy” and “irresponsible” shareholders.
A French court reduced the bail HSBC must post in connection with a criminal probe into tax evasion by its private-banking clients to $112m from $1.075bn.
Mark Wotte is still interested in joining Rangers despite Mark Warburton's appointment.
The Capital One Cup proved a thrilling ride last season with plenty of upsets and intrigue along the way.
Former England midfielder Danny Murphy has explained a worry he holds over Arsenal's Jack Wilshere playing in a holding role.
New West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic has warned people not to underestimate the Hammers, revealing they are seen as a 'special club' on the continent.
Former Leeds United, Rotherham United and Norwich City striker Luciano Becchio has returned to Argentina.
A couple in Birmingham were horrified to find a dead lizard floating in a tin of tomatoes while preparing lunch.
How bad would Lloyds Banking Group’s failings in handling PPI claims have to be for the executives to lose all their relevant bonuses?
Vodafone has confirmed it is in the early stages of talks about swapping assets with Europe’s largest cable company, Liberty Global, but the British mobile operator said a merger was not on the table.