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Online shoppers in the UK on average buy regularly from just three digital retailers.

Health-tech leaders are plotting new ways to tackle mental illness in tech, with health problems in the industry far above the national average.

High Street retailers fell further into crisis last month as footfall dropped by 1.9 per cent, according to new figures from Springboard.

Sleepless shoppers with phones under the covers have pushed nighttime sales up by 23 per cent.

The UK High Street is facing an "unprecedented" period of disruption thanks to technological transformation.

Consumer confidence drops

According to Growth from Knowledge's (GfK) consumer confidence index, there has been a drop in confidence across the board, with all five metrics falling ahead of Brexit.

Capuchin, a new practice dedicated to measurably changing the behaviour of audiences, has launched in London.

Leading tech founders predict that London will lose its position as the global leader for fintech by 2024.

A new report published today by the The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the High Pay Centre, has revealed that CEO’s of the nation’s top 100 listed companies earn around 117 times more than average workers.

Mirror.co.uk became the UK's second-most popular news site in July.

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