Kanye West recently told Ikea to "allow Kanye to create". Now the Swedish flat-pack furniture appears willing to indulge him.Read the full story ›
IKEA is recalling almost 36 million chests of drawers and dressers in the US and Canada after the deaths of three children.Read the full story ›
Ikea has recalled a line of safety gates following reports that children have fallen down stairs after they opened unexpectedly.Read the full story ›
The Swedish furniture store has had to reissue safety warnings about its Malm budget range, after a chest of drawers crushed another child.Read the full story ›
The children's bat cape costume has been recalled after reports it scratched and marked some people's necks.Read the full story ›
Customers reported needing medical treatment with one reportedly requiring stitches after being hit by glass from the ceiling lamp.Read the full story ›
A safety alert has been issued about Ikea chests of drawers and wardrobes after two children were killed when they fell on to them.Read the full story ›
The Swedish furniture giant has promised to pay its employees at least £7.85 per hour (£9.15 in London) from April.Read the full story ›
Ikea is pulling an online magazine in Russia over fears it will fall foul of the country's laws on promoting gay values to minors.Read the full story ›
Two senior executives of the Ikea are being questioned by French police over claims the Swedish furniture firm snooped on employees and customers.
The arrests of the chief executive officer of Ikea France, Stefan Vanoverbeke, and chief financial officer, Darius Rychert, come after more than a year and a half of investigations.
Jean-Louis Baillot, the former head of Ikea France is also being questioned, the BBC reports.
In April 2012, the company acknowledged practices in breach of its ethical standards and overhauled its management team the following month.