Ending VAT-free shopping 'will hit UK tourism and retail'
Brexit: Irish Sea border disrupts sale of organic food
Maria Raga, CEO of second-hand clothing app Depop, says users of the platform are “entrepreneurs”.Speaking to Radio Radio 5 Live’s Naga Munchetty, she said UK users are “not just taking things from their wardrobe and selling them… they’re upcycling, making changes,...
"First-time buyers who may have been concerned that with record low savings rates and increasing house prices, their homeownership dreams may have had to be shelved, may have been pleased to note that we are now seeing some providers return products for those with 10%...
Trump pardons Bannon in final acts of clemencyDonald Trump pardons 73 people, including former aide Steve Bannon, in one of his last acts as president.
Alibaba being investigated by China over monopoly tactics
China's Baidu and Geely partner up for smart cars
Brexit: Fishing firms hold London protest over disruption
Hire a diverse workforce is the business leadership advice of Elona Mortimer-Zhika, chief executive of Iris Software Group. She says this results in better decision making.Ms Mortimer-Zhika was interviewed for a new mini-series called Paths to Success.Produced, filmed...
"As public spending balloons to unprecedented levels in response to the pandemic, out-of-date tax systems are one of the barriers to getting help to a significant number of struggling taxpayers who should be entitled to support," said MP Meg Hillier, chair of the...
"The big growth in streaming entertainment has led legacy competitors... to compete with us in new ways, which we've been expecting for many years," Netflix said in its investor note.
UK not going to do anything to make EU 'go crazy'
But the UK aerospace industry was furious with what it saw as the government ereneging on promises made in early 2020 to support Airbus in the dispute, even after Brexit
Chip-shortage 'crisis' halts car-company output
How much can Joe Biden get done on the US economy?
Speaking exclusively to Radio 5 Live's Wake Up To Money, Sir Keith said, "I think they'll leave it to absolutely the last minute in case the situation improves dramatically, in case the vaccinations roll out faster than we all hoped. It's a tough call.
Ladbrokes owner Entain receives offer from MGM Resorts
"The figures show that it's not simply the odd coffee shop going cashless, but this is creeping into the wider economy," said Ms Ceeney, who wrote the Access to Cash Review.
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The longer trading restrictions on the High Street are kept in place, the greater the signs of financial distress among retailers. Superdry has had a chequered few years, with changes in strategy and senior management, but despite that, has been regarded as one of the...
"Late payment causes real hardship to small businesses, and the issue is more prevalent than ever due to the continued impact of the pandemic. Code signatories of all sizes demonstrate their commitment to ending the culture of late payment and helping to increase...
The four-year project to root out corrupt practices helped Airbus reach the agreement with regulators in the UK, the US and France under which it paid €3.6bn (£3bn) of fines in recognition of acts of fraud and bribery.
Campaigners are bringing a judicial review for indirect sexual discrimination on Thursday. They say the way the self-employed income support scheme or SEISS is calculated- by averaging out profits between 2016 to 19 - is unfair to to around 75,000 women who’ve taken...
From Monday, travellers arriving in the UK, whether by boat, train or plane, have to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test to be allowed entry.
Last year airlines, including EasyJet, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, announced thousands of job cuts and scrapped some routes. Last week, airline Norwegian cut 1,000 jobs at Gatwick Airport and abandoned its long-haul operations.
Mr Duesmann told the Financial Times carmakers had been caught by surprise.
"These companies represent over 80 per cent of the market," they write in a letter to chancellor Rishi Sunak published in the Sunday Times.
The Sunday Times said a consortium including the chain and US hedge fund Davidson Kempner has overtaken Mike Ashley's Frasers Group among others to buy the company, which owns Topshop.
Brexit: 'My £50,000 shellfish lorry was delayed for 30 hours'
Brexit: 'Putting UK, not GB, delayed my fish for 24 hours'
Samsung Group titan Lee Kun-hee dies aged 78
Chinese economy to overtake US 'by 2028' due to Covid
By Lucy HookerBusiness reporter, BBC NewsPublishedduration2 minutes agoShareShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingRelated TopicsBrexitTwo weeks into the UK's new trading relationship with the EU, there appear to be teething troubles.Logistics firms have paused...
With depression and anxiety estimated to have cost the global economy $1 trillion (£730bn) per year in lost productivity before the pandemic, according to the World Health Organization, mental health in the workplace has long been a concern. However, Covid-19...
"Ofcom, which has a statutory duty to stop consumer abuses, could have done the same for these customers. Instead, it allowed BT to get away with a 37% price cut, at a time when the difference between its costs and what it charged customers had risen between 50-74%."
Under the new rules, travellers arriving from the Falklands, St Helena and Ascension Islands are exempt.
Vaccinations to begin for over-70s in EnglandThe move comes as 10 new mass vaccination hubs open in England, and the UK's travel corridors close.
The firm is 60% owned by French state rail firm SNCF. The UK government sold its stake in the business to private companies for £757m in 2015.
The Observer reports that no companies have been prosecuted and fined for breaking workplace coronavirus safety rules since the start of the latest national lockdown in England, although a spokeswoman for the HSE said figures on enforcement action, which can include...
Industry groups had warned there was only so long airports could "run on fumes", following the announcement of the new quarantine rules.
Twitter said it was permanently barring Mr Trump from its platform, while YouTube, Facebook and others announced suspensions in response to calls to shut off his megaphone.
Clarity was founded in 1854 by a wealthy blind woman, Elizabeth Gilbert, as the Association for Promoting the General Welfare of the Blind, to provide opportunities for workers whom other employers overlooked because of their disabilities. Before the takeover,...