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Bedlam in Wrexham: Police called to calm angry shoppers as sale at 99p store ends early

A discount shop was plunged into bedlam by "furious" shoppers when a 99p Store put its prices back up prematurely after slashing them to 50p.

Consumers will spend £47bn this Christmas

A record £31.9bn is predicted to be spent on debit cards this festive season while a further £14.9bn of cash will be withdrawn from ATMs.

Switched on: the use of gadgets throughout flights is welcome news

Doors to automatic, iPad on

Air regulators are catching up with 21st-century reality

“Shoppergeddon” is coming to the UK and you can't escape it

Just when you thought Black Friday's shopping madness was over, an angry mob of shoppers is set to take over the high street in what some are describing as a “Shoppergeddon”. Yes, you heard it here first.

Police say they have arrested a serving British soldier after a 'suspicious device' was found at a home in Salford

Terror police arrest British soldier after 'nail bomb' found at house in Salford

'Suspicious device' found alongside 'potentially inflammatory' literature, police say

Thanksgiving sees record crowds but spending declines amid heavy discounts

Seasonal bargains enticed a greater number of Americans over the Thanksgiving weekend, with more people shopping compared to last year, but heavy discounting meant that retailers raked in less money over the period.

The novel cure: Literary prescriptions for modern ailments

Ailment: Internet addiction

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Isn't that a picture of World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks?

The training mine could help save the lives, and livelihoods, of local people who currently lose limbs to the devices

At last, a ray of hope over landmines: British designer's fake mine will train people in former conflict zones to detonate devices safely

The world's first "simulation" landmine, developed by a British designer, could reduce thousands of casualties maimed by explosive devices left behind in former conflict zones around the world.

Dwell founder attacks former management

The founder of Dwell has attacked the failed furniture retailer’s previous management for leaving customers in a “terrible situation”.

An attendee tries Google Glass during the Google I/O developer conference on May 17, 2013 (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

OK Glass: The story behind Google's 'hotword' and the rejected alternatives

'OK Glass' chosen as it denotes 'approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, or acknowledgement'

The Business Matrix: Monday 10 June 2013

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