Her shrill tone will be all too familiar to shoppers at Britain's biggest supermarket, but now the irritating voice of Tesco's self-service checkouts is to disappear having upset too many customers.
Alexis Tsipras won his battle with a mutinous far-left faction in the governing Syriza party after a day of tense discussions that laid bare deepening divisions within the party over a new €86bn bailout being negotiated with Greece's creditors.
The US economy expanded 2.3 percent in the second quarter with the help of consumer spending. Although the Federal Reserve said it will keep interest rates near zero, the economic growth means a hike is still a possibility.
MUMBAI: Energy major Royal Dutch Shell has decided to cut 6,500 jobs globally responding to the weakness in the crude oil prices, triggering concerns that it may downsize in India as well.
The drinks company behind Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff and Guinness has insisted that the problems of the past three years are now behind it.