News The logo of Samsung Electronics is displayed on a glass door at their headquarters in Seoul on November 6, 2013. Samsung Electronics promised better shareholder returns, dismissed fears over smartphone market saturation and signalled a more aggressive acquisitions policy Wednesday at a rare analysts' briefing to boost its flagging stock price.

Samsung has announced plans to open 60 of its own branded stores in Britain and six other European countries, in a bid to challenge Apple's successful retail store approach.

James Moore: 4G dials the right numbers at Carphone Warehouse

Outlook It may be expensive, but consumers are buying into 4G mobile phones.

The Week Ahead: Deutsche Bank experts sum up the year as one with ‘many successes’

The weather isn’t good enough for ice-cream but Ben & Jerry’s and Wall’s owner Unilever is expected to have still managed to sell enough soap, soup and other household wares to keep its full-year results tomorrow from looking too icy.

Eight top share tips from the professionals

Our eight experts turned in a bravura performance last year, coming within an ace of dethroning the Indy's tipsters. Had you put £1,000 into each one of their eight stocks your £8,000 would have turned into a whopping £12,181.

Market Report: Newbies pushed into the red

Newly promoted stocks across the Footsie were yesterday welcomed with a round of profit-taking pushing the newbies into the red.

Capita chief executive Paul Pindar to return to private equity

Paul Pindar will appear before MPs investigating government outsourcing on Wednesday

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Kate Moss and Carphone Warehouse team up for 'fashion tech'

Kate Moss has teamed up with Carphone Warehouse to provide a new range of accessories dubbed “fashion tech”.

Capita chiefs suffer investor protest

Capita's investors voiced their discontent with the board yesterday despite the company insisting it was on course for "strong growth".

Carphone Warehouse finalises breakaway from Best Buy with cut-price deal

Carphone Warehouse delighted the City today by regaining full control of its High Street business from US giant Best Buy, paying less than half of what it received for the stake in 2008.

The Week Ahead: Greene King tipped to shake off snow

The big pub fight between landlords and their tenants saw Vince Cable wading in last week. The Business Secretary revealed rules to prevent giant pub companies from abusing their power over their tenants. Greene King is one of the pub groups covered by the new code. But today's interest will be in how well Greene King is performing rather than on its relationship with tenants. Douglas Jack at Numis expects the full year to see brewing profits fall 14 per cent, in line with the half-year results. After the trading statement today Mr Jack predicts he will hold his forecasts, which he thinks is a "positive result under the circumstances" of "snow in January and cold weather in February and March". He rates the shares an add with a 710p price target.

Retailers should make good any consumer goods problems that occur within two years

Costly contract adds up with no mobile phone

When you buy something under a contract, you'd expect it to last for the whole length of time you've signed up for. But that's not the case with mobile phones, as several Independent readers have discovered to their cost.

Five Guys are planning a British invasion

Food: Loaded buns as the burger war rages

The burger continues to have a golden moment in the UK, with restaurants such as Meat Liquor, Burger and Lobster, Lucky Chip, MEATmarket and Dirty Burger turning bread and mince into a gastronomic art form.

Mobile phone stores are 'misleading' on prices, says Which?

The vast majority of mobile phone stores are misleading customers about the possibility of price increases on so-called fixed contracts, according to a watchdog.

Market Report: Carphone in line for a Best Buy deal lift

With US retail giant Best Buy being targeted by its founder, the talk in the Square Mile yesterday was focused on what could lie ahead for its British partner Carphone Warehouse if a deal goes ahead.

Angry Birds took best game second year running at the Carphone Warehouse Appys

Angry Birds named best game app again

Angry Birds has been catapulted to glory as it was named best game at an event honouring apps.

Best Buy boss Brian Dunn resigns amid investigation

Best Buy boss Brian Dunn has resigned abruptly after the troubled consumer electronics chain launched an internal investigation into his "personal conduct".

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