Book buyers look to have been foiled in their attempts to stop Waterstone's multi-million pound bid to buy one of its main rivals.
Patients in England are confused about where they should turn for medical care when GP surgeries are closed, according to new research from Which?.
Two new vehicles offer limited protection to pedestrians in a crash according to tests carried out by Euro NCAP, the crash-test organisation co-founded by Which?.
Gardening Which? has trialled hundreds of perennials to find the most impressive and reliable for anyone wanting to create a dazzling summer border.
A Kentucky Fried Chicken TV advert showing call centre workers singing with their mouths full has become the UK's most complained advert ever.
Supermarket giant Tesco has further strengthened its grip on the retail sector after reporting record profits of GBP 2.21 billion - a jump of almost 17 per cent on the previous year.
Lloyds TSBhas announced it will start paying instant interest on cheques from the moment customers pay them in.
Electronics giant Sharp has been criticised for wrongly claiming a TV would be 'ideal' for watching high-definition (HD) TV.
Shoppers at PC World will no longer face hard-sell tactics after the company revealed it is to ditch commission-based selling.
A new project has been unveiled to crack down on internet child porn and help keep kids safe online.