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But where are the windows? A model of Airbus’s Maveric aircraft. Photograph: Seong Joon Cho/Bloomberg

Image of the week: Blended wing and a prayer “Imagine travelling in this blended-wing body aircraft,” mused Airbus about its vision of the future, on(...)

The Huawei’s Mate 20X 5G was among the big sellers last year

Mobile operators may only be starting to roll out 5G around the world but that didn’t stop consumers snapping up 5G-enabled phones last year, industry(...)

Martin, Tracy, Jack and Lance Hamilton of Mash Direct, an independent, family-owned farming and food production enterprise based in Co Down

Mash Direct, the Co Down-based family-owned farming and food production business, has won a deal to supply one of the UK’s biggest supermarket chains (...)

When Tim Cook dropped by Starbucks on a visit to China last year, he pulled out his phone to use Apple Pay. No dice — the Apple boss’s account lacked(...)

The Henderson group, which dates from 1897, has a portfolio of business interests which span retail, property and food service companies. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Henderson Group has reported an 11 per cent jump in pretax profits to nearly £24 million (€28 million) last year. The group, which owns the Spar,(...)

Spar franchise owner Henderson said turnover had been affected by the deflationary impact of the price of fuel. Photograph: Eric Luke

John Henderson, the family-owned group whose business interests include the franchise for Spar, Eurospar and Vivo in Northern Ireland, supermarkets an(...)

Martin and Tracy Hamilton with their sons Jack and Lance of food company Mash Direct.

When John Henderson beganselling butter, eggs and cheese from a market stall in the centre of Belfast in 1897, every day was a race against time for (...)

Dairy cows in a row

Northern Ireland’s oldest diary, Ballyrashane Creamery in Coleraine, a co-operative owned by local farmers has agreed to merge with the Town of Monagh(...)

Telefonica’s bid is likely to attract additional suitors for Brazil’s fourth-biggest broadband provider, analysts say. Photograph: Martin Divisek/Bloomberg

Spain’s Telefonica has made a €6.7 billion bid to France’s Vivendi for its Brazilian broadband unit GVT, seeking to strengthen its position in a mark(...)