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Social media giants grilled on hate content
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok asked about their role in the recent violent events in Washington.
bbc | Business | 1 hrs ago
 
JD Wetherspoon doesn't need any more beer money from Sunak | Nils Pratley
While smaller pubs ‘hang by a thread’, big chains amass war chests to capitalise on likelihood of those threads breaking
theguardian | Business | 1 hrs ago
 
Saga cruises says all customers must be vaccinated in 2021
Holidaymakers in 2021 must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the over-50s travel firm says.
bbc | Business | 1 hrs ago
 
Saga requires all cruise passengers to have coronavirus vaccine
Tour operator becomes first in UK to call for customers to be fully inoculated before travel
theguardian | Business | 2 hrs ago
 
How quickly could vaccines allow us to reopen the economy?
Boris Johnson has suggested that vaccinations could allow restrictions in England to be eased from March. But is this feasible? Or would it represent another policy mistake? Ben Chu investigates
independent | Business | 2 hrs ago
 
UK house prices soar to new all-time high of £250,000
Stamp Duty holiday and low interest rates help to lift prices to new peak
independent | Business | 2 hrs ago
 
Burberry pins hopes on Marcus Rashford as sales fall
The brand is struggling in the pandemic but says a campaign with the footballer helped win new customers.
bbc | Business | 4 hrs ago
 
Brexit: 'My meat shipment is rotting in Rotterdam'
Brexit border hold-ups mean customers are starting to go elsewhere says UK meat exporters group.
bbc | Business | 5 hrs ago
 
Depop CEO says UK users are 'entrepreneurs’
Maria Raga, CEO of second-hand clothing app Depop, says users of the platform are “entrepreneurs”.
bbc | Business | 6 hrs ago
 
Low-deposit mortgages return after Covid slump
There has been a four-fold increase in mortgage products offering a 10% deposit.
bbc | Business | 7 hrs ago
 
Why London house prices jumped in November
Analysis: pent-up demand, stamp duty holiday, low borrowing costs and overseas investors added fuel
theguardian | Business | 8 hrs ago
 
Inflation: Cost of living increases in December as clothing and travel prices rise despite lockdown
Falling food prices helped to keep overall inflation increase down, says Office for National Statistics
independent | Business | 9 hrs ago
 
Joe Biden must put an end to business as usual. Here's where to start | Bernie Sanders
In this moment of unprecedented crises, Congress and the Biden administration must respond through unprecedented action
theguardian | Business | 9 hrs ago
 
Protecting workers’ rights is the key post-Brexit task | Letters
Letters: Lee Mortimer, Richard Tudway, Keith Flett and Jim O’Donnell respond to an article by Ed Miliband
theguardian | Business | 11 hrs ago
 
Burberry's European sales slump but Marcus Rashford ads widen appeal
British luxury brand faces ‘uncertain trajectory’ because of Covid crisis
theguardian | Business | 11 hrs ago
 
Biden to target Covid and the economy amid stack of orders in first 100 days
Analysis: The incoming president is pushing a huge stimulus plan, and wants action on vaccines, racial justice and climate change
theguardian | Business | 11 hrs ago
 
UK inflation rises to 0.6% as transport and clothing prices pick up – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
theguardian | Business | 13 hrs ago
 
Ethnic minority employment has ‘plummeted’ during pandemic, says TUC
'In every industry where jobs have gone, BME people have been more likely to be made unemployed,’ says TUC general secretary
independent | Business | 13 hrs ago
 
Save lives or save the economy? That's a false choice – and it's obscene | Richard Denniss
Would an extra million dollars to a billionaire ever be worth the loss of someone you love to Covid?
theguardian | Business | 14 hrs ago
 
'There is beauty and strength in diversity'
Elona Mortimer-Zhika, chief executive of Iris Software Group, shares her business advice.
bbc | Business | 14 hrs ago
 
Jack Ma makes first appearance since October
Fears had grown over the Alibaba founder's whereabouts because of pressure from Chinese authorities.
bbc | Business | 14 hrs ago
 
Audi to make electric cars with China's oldest carmaker FAW
FAW counts Red Flag limousines, used by China's communist party leaders, among its products.
bbc | Business | 16 hrs ago
 
Government confirms £23m support scheme for fishing firms
It comes as industry workers warn their livelihoods are at risk due to Brexit border problems.
bbc | Business | 20 hrs ago
 
MPs criticise HMRC over gaps in Covid support schemes
Out-of-date tax systems mean people are falling through the cracks for help, MPs say.
bbc | Business | 21 hrs ago
 
MPs demand answers over lack of Covid support for self-employed
Too many excluded from government’s furlough and other support schemes, committee says
theguardian | Business | 21 hrs ago
 
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