Sussex News

Home Sussex News
The sofa specialist blames the general election and uncertain economic outlook for a fall in demand. Source: BBC
The UK market opens lower, with shares in furniture retailer DFS sinking by a fifth after it warns on profits. Source: BBC
Passengers are facing flights without their luggage. Source: BBC
Two-thirds of those surveyed say apps make it easier to spend, particularly from bed. Source: BBC

Future fuel

How can cities improve air quality with cleaner fuels? Source: BBC
The world's largest clothing retailer reports strong quarterly sales as Zara expands in Asia. Source: BBC
Anbang Insurance said Wu Xiaohui was no longer able to fulfil his duties for personal reasons. Source: BBC
Ride-hailing firm's boss says he "needs to work on Travis 2.0" after announcing open-ended leave. Source: BBC
A minute's silence will be held at Borough Market ahead of its first day of trading since the attack. Source: BBC

Tough school?

Top graduates in Afghanistan are being urged to spend two years as school teachers. Source: BBC
Sterling stabilises and shares post modest gains as trading gets under way. Source: BBC
London Eye and Madame Tussauds owner warns people could continue to stay away after recent attacks. Source: BBC
The regulator says the brewing giant's deal with Punch Taverns could reduce competition in some areas. Source: BBC
The consumer group Which? says travellers still need to be aware of the fine print of their tariffs. Source: BBC
The US president takes the credit for job creation, a stock market boom and falling unemployment. Really? Source: BBC
Planned walk-out by British Airways staff is called off to allow talks to take place, union says. Source: BBC