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Amazon goes after Jessica Alba's The Honest Company with new line of premium baby products

Jeff Bezos has a reputation for disrupting markets and devouring rivals

Bank of England keeps rates unchanged at 0.5%

The Bank of England has kept interest rates unchanged at a record low of 0.5 per cent and maintained its quantitative easing programme at £375 billion.

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne delivers his Autumn Statement to MPs in the House of Commons

Autumn Statement - as it happened: George Osborne announces sweeping changes to stamp duty – and they kick in at midnight

Chancellor announces stamp duty overhaul that represents '£800m a year tax cut'

MSNBC's Joe Scaborough: Why are we embracing Michael Brown as a hero and the face of oppression in America?

Joe Scaborough claims he has listened to 'enough bulls***' about Ferguson

Cyber Monday 2014: What is it and just how big will it be?

Your guide to Cyber Monday

Shoppers wrestle over a television at an Asda superstore in Wembley

Black Friday sales to top £150m on London's Oxford Street alone - as fights and scuffles break out to grab a bargain

Black Friday has swept through the nation, getting multiple people arrested and several others injured in the process...And while you battle your way to a cheap telly, retailers are laughing all the way to the bank.

Aldi takes swipe at rivals as it shuns Black Friday

Discount supermarket Aldi took a swipe at rivals as fights broke out across the UK with shoppers pushing and shoving their way to a cheap telly on Black Friday.

Black Friday: Currys, Tesco, Argos, PC World and Boots websites crash in shopping frenzy

A number of retailers experienced technical difficulties this morning as shoppers rushed online to get a Black Friday bargain.

Apple goes for celebrity-packed Beats TV advert featuring Nicki Minaj, Kendall Jenner and Serena Williams ahead of Black Friday

Cupertino giant also released three YouTube adverts for the iPhone 6 in which the technology of the device takes centre stage

Twitter 'in talks' to buy Justin Bieber-backed start-up Shots

Selfie-sharing app predominantly aimed at young, female audience

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