They pack 1 in 4 apples you buy in Britain's top supermarkets. But who are the people doing the work? Channel 4 News has been undercover at Britain's largest growing, packing and storage operation.
Mark Carney is saying that in order to stop inflation overshooting the target, we might have to start raising rates more quickly or more steeply than yesterday's report would imply.
At least one member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee voted for an increase in interest rates in the August meeting, the minutes of the meeting reveal today.
You could argue that it's us the taxpayer - the people who bailed out RBS in the first place - that should have been given first dibs to buy the shares.
It's taken a three-year investigation but today the Airports Commission announced what many had expected - that a third runway at Heathrow is the preferred option to expand the UK's airport capacity.
It says something about Tesco's predicament that its shares have risen this morning because first quarter sales were bad, but not as bad as they could have been.
As the BT Tower restaurant reopens for the first time in 35 years, the company's chief executive Gavin Patterson says falling out of the EU would be bad for his business and Britain.
The timing of today┐s HSBC announcement couldn┐t be any more convenient - and there are signs that George Osborne may respond in a way that will please the bank.
Confused.com has to take down its savings page after Channel 4 investigation reveals it was only offering deals where it had a commercial link with the provider.
Sepp Blatter, the embattled Fifa president has finally thrown in the towel. And tonight reports the New York Times that Blatter has been placed under investigation.
Sajid Javid, the new Business Secretary appears to dismiss business concerns over a potential Brexit, saying the most important thing was to press ahead with a renegotiation and an in/out referendum.
A week before the general election and in the week when the Tories are stressing that the economy is safe in their hands, today's figures point to a marked slowdown.
The creep of banking regulation, combined with a potential Brexit, has created the image that Britain is not the best place to do business for the likes of HSBC.