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The Guardian view on £1.5bn for the arts: the shows will go on | Editorial
Editorial: Culture needed a lifeline, and has got one. Now the sector must avoid treading water
theguardian | Business | 3 hrs ago
Departure of Horta-Osório no bad thing for Lloyds at this time
Outgoing CEO did better than share price suggests but fallout from Covid-19 will be painful
theguardian | Business | 3 hrs ago
The gaming boss who gets addicted to the games
Andrew Day, the CEO of games developer Keywords Studios, tries not to play the titles himself.
bbc | Business | 3 hrs ago
Air travellers to Scotland to face quarantine spot checks and fines
Passengers subject to spot checks to ensure they self-quarantine for 14 days or £480 fine
theguardian | Business | 4 hrs ago
To save the arts and all else we hold dear, a wealth tax now seems the only answer | Polly Toynbee
As Rishi Sunak mulls over his summer statement, there is one solution he could consider that would protect our public services, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
theguardian | Business | 5 hrs ago
Cass: Famous business school in name-change over slavery
London's Cass Business School will change it's name because of its links with a 17th Century proponent of slavery
bbc | Business | 7 hrs ago
New car registrations fall by 35 per cent as coronavirus hits demand
Sales rebound slightly from April and May as showrooms begin to re-open but are well down on last year
independent | Business | 7 hrs ago
Giant flywheel project in Scotland could prevent UK blackouts
Trailblazing system would help to stabilise the energy grid’s electrical frequency
theguardian | Business | 8 hrs ago
Aviva appoints Amanda Blanc as chief executive
Blanc takes over from Maurice Tulloch, promising to slim down insurer’s business portfolio
theguardian | Business | 8 hrs ago
EU threatens escalation in tariff fight over Boeing and Airbus subsidies
The EU and US have accused each other of propping up their home aviation markets with state aid.
bbc | Business | 8 hrs ago
Accountancy giants told to separate audit by 2024
The UK's Big Four firms face a major restructuring after the collapse of companies such as Carillion.
bbc | Business | 10 hrs ago
Pret A Manger to shut 30 outlets as job cuts loom
The coffee chain will also cut jobs at its other outlets due to the coronavirus downturn in trading.
bbc | Business | 13 hrs ago
Pret a Manger to close 30 stores, putting 1,000 jobs at risk
independent | Business | 13 hrs ago
Boohoo investigates supplier over poor conditions
The firm pledges to take action after a report finds workers are paid less than the minimum wage.
bbc | Business | 13 hrs ago
Lloyds chief António Horta-Osório to step down next year
Banking group also announces Robin Budenberg as chairman, replacing Lord Blackwell
theguardian | Business | 15 hrs ago
Lloyds boss António Horta-Osório to step down next year
As well as announcing António Horta-Osório's departure, Lloyds has also appointed a new chairman.
bbc | Business | 15 hrs ago
Coronavirus: Fujitsu announces permanent work-from-home plan
The programme will offer "unprecedented flexibility" to 80,000 workers in Japan, says Fujitsu.
bbc | Business | 18 hrs ago
Scammers can create fake business ads on Google 'within hours'
Which? investigation shows apparent ease of promoting fraudulent services online
theguardian | Business | 22 hrs ago
UK hospitality industry calls for 'urgent' support
The hospitality sector has warned that half of firms will not break even this year without help.
bbc | Business | 23 hrs ago
Virus crisis expected to 'level down' UK economy
The South East will be badly hit initially, but other areas will face a painful recovery, says a report.
bbc | Business | 23 hrs ago
Traineeships to triple as unemployment fears mount
The government pledges £111m for schemes in England to get young people into work.
bbc | Business | 5th Jul '20
Boris Johnson now has 'sound reasons' to keep Huawei out of UK 5G
Former MI6 chief said US sanctions on Huawei meant Chinese telecoms firm now posed security risks to UK
theguardian | Business | 5th Jul '20
Thames Water former boss handed £2.8m since being sacked
Steve Robertson received £2m payoff on top of £777,500 for loss of notice despite being sacked over leakages
theguardian | Business | 5th Jul '20
Fifteen years after the G8 summit, it's the UK that's in dire need of aid
Like Brown in 2005, Sunak plans to help the vulnerable – but the similarities end there
theguardian | Business | 5th Jul '20
This pandemic has exposed the uselessness of orthodox economics | Jonathan Aldred
Post Covid-19, our priority should be to build resilient systems explicitly designed to withstand worst-case scenarios, says Jonathan Aldred, an economist at Cambridge University
theguardian | Business | 5th Jul '20