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Look Closely...This Parrot is Actually a Human Being!

Although this may look like a simple image of a parrot perched on a tree stump, believe it or not, it's actually a photograph of a woman whose entire body has been perfectly painted to resemble the tropical bird. This is the work of fine art body painter Johannes Stoetter, who is an expert at …

Delivery the key to growing online retail

As internet shopping continues to grow – UK customers are expected to spend £87bn online in 2013 – retailers and logistics firms are having to up their game in order to meet high customer expectations.<p>That's not simply on the price of products, but also the speed and quality of delivery.<p>That was …

Amazon prepares to extend business into online food delivery

Amazon is reported to be gearing up to take on another sector – the $1tn (£650bn) a year US food market. If successful, the venture could be replicated in the UK.<p>The move will disturb critics already concerned about Amazon's growing dominance in everything from books to electronics.<p>The firm has for …

Iceland follows Morrisons into online grocery delivery market

Iceland is to launch online grocery deliveries, following other value retailers including Morrisons and Primark into the fast-growing market after same-store sales growth slowed.<p>Like-for-like sales at the supermarket, best known for its frozen ready meals, rose 1.1% in the year to March, down from …

Co-op finally joins online grocery sector with trial delivery service

The Co-op has become the last major British grocery chain to tap into the online market, announcing plans for a trial delivery service.<p>The four pilot schemes, which will each test a different delivery method, are an attempt by the mutually owned retailer to win back market share as its 2,800 …

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Rise of the prosumer analyst: How mobile is driving a new brand of business analysis

Today, it seems natural for, say, an iOS (s AAPL) developer to follow Apple’s company affairs — changes to the executive team, the number of …

Bonmarché targets garden centre customers

THE over-50s clothing retailer Bonmarché is to open in garden centres as part of its expansion plans which could eventually lead to the company floating on the stock market.<p>The womenswear retailer, which sells plus-sizes, has agreed a tie-up with The Garden Centre Group that will see the company …

Green energy to cost consumers £400 over next five years

Every British household will pay an average of more than £400 in higher bills over the next six years to pay for subsidies under controversial Government plans to hit green power targets.<p>The money will go solely to paying for otherwise uneconomic offshore wind turbines, onshore wind farms, biomass …