Joanna Lumley 'shocked' at claims disabled workers unpaid
Sir Iain Duncan Smith and Joanna Lumley speak out about employees allegedly owed a total of £200,000. | 15-Jan-2021 23:01

Can supermarket security guards help with mask rules?
Supermarkets around the UK are stepping up enforcement of mask-wearing rules. | 15-Jan-2021 22:55

WhatsApp extends 'confusing' update deadline
The Facebook-owned platform still says its users must accept the update or stop using the service. | 15-Jan-2021 20:29

Trump blacklists smartphone giant Xiaomi
With just days left, the US president continues crackdown on Chinese firms with more sanctions and bans. | 15-Jan-2021 03:59

'It kind of makes debt cool – and it's not'
Some MPs worry "buy now, pay later" services could be tempting online shoppers into overspending. | 15-Jan-2021 01:04

Brexit: 'most difficult week I've had in this job in 20 years'
Hauliers fear their jobs will get worse before they get better | 15-Jan-2021 01:02

Poshmark turns used clothes into $7.1bn stock listing
The firm raises more than $277m in its stock market debut, as investors see growth potential. | 14-Jan-2021 20:17

Pimlico Plumbers to make workers get vaccinations
Founder Charlie Mullins says it is a "no-brainer" that workers should get immunised. | 14-Jan-2021 20:00

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: Does stylus spell end of the Note?
The S21 Ultra's support for an S Pen will fuel speculation that the Note range's days are numbered. | 14-Jan-2021 16:00

Bentley ordered to destroy clothing in fashion line trademark row
Bentley Motors lost a legal battle with a Manchester-based clothing company of the same name. | 14-Jan-2021 15:24

Primark not going online despite £1bn lockdown loss
Retailer urged to start selling fashion online as it warns of huge losses from shop closures. | 14-Jan-2021 13:15

German freight giant DB Schenker pauses UK deliveries
DB Schenker, owned by rail firm Deutsche Bahn, is suspending UK deliveries over Brexit bureaucracy. | 14-Jan-2021 13:15

Tesco sees disruption to some NI food supplies
New Brexit trade rules mean Britain's biggest supermarket faces problems importing some fruit, meat and ready meals. | 14-Jan-2021 11:23

Carillion: Legal bid launched to ban former directors
The new business secretary says banning eight directors of the failed contractor is in the public interest. | 14-Jan-2021 10:25

Covid-19: Passengers told to check train times as routes cut
Services in England are being cut from 87% of normal levels to 72%, the Rail Delivery Group says. | 14-Jan-2021 01:06

Vaccine confidence: holiday bookings grow among older tourists
Some companies have seen bookings more than double those of last year amongst retirees | 14-Jan-2021 01:05

Morrisons to be first UK supermarket to pay minimum £10 an hour
Morrisons will increase its minimum pay from £9.20 to £10 an hour from April. | 13-Jan-2021 13:10

Lockdown Christmas hits: Lidl pink prosecco and takeaways
Lidl, Just Eat and Asos say demand for fizz, takeaways and clothes all rose during December. | 13-Jan-2021 12:41

John Lewis suspends click and collect due to virus safety
Customers will only be able to collect from Waitrose stores following a "change in tone" from the government. | 12-Jan-2021 19:35

Tesco, Asda and Waitrose ban shoppers without face masks
It follows similar moves by Morrisons and Sainsbury's, but those with medical reasons will be exempt. | 12-Jan-2021 19:35

Casino mogul and political donor Sheldon Adelson dead at 87
He was known for his support of Republicans - including Donald Trump - and the state of Israel. | 12-Jan-2021 17:50

Royal Dutch Shell to cut more than 300 North Sea jobs
The oil giant says 330 posts will go, leaving a workforce in Aberdeen of about 1,000 people. | 12-Jan-2021 13:59

Edinburgh Woollen Mill rescue deal to save 2,500 jobs
Investors agree to save the chain, along with Ponden Home and Bonmarché, which could save 2,500 jobs. | 12-Jan-2021 12:17

Royal Mail names areas hit by Covid postal delays
Deliveries may be delayed in 28 areas due to "resourcing issues", the postal group says. | 12-Jan-2021 11:28

Warhammer sales surge for Games Workshop despite shop closures
Sales of Games Workshop's fantasy game have jumped as people spend more on hobbies in lockdown. | 12-Jan-2021 10:48

Ford ends decades of Brazil manufacturing
The US car giant is closing its last three Brazilian factories, with a loss of 5,000 jobs. | 11-Jan-2021 21:55

Covid: Morrisons and Sainsbury's ban maskless shoppers
People refusing to wear face coverings who are not medically exempt will not be allowed to shop inside. | 11-Jan-2021 21:33

Marks & Spencer snaps up Jaeger fashion brand
M&S is buying the brand out of administration, but not Jaeger's scores of shops and concessions. | 11-Jan-2021 19:00

Supermarket staff: 'We're lucky if people wear masks'
Shop workers say the third lockdown is the worst ever for customers not sticking to safety rules. | 11-Jan-2021 17:51

Royal Mail: Can new boss Simon Thompson turn it around?
Simon Thompson, who ran the NHS Test and Trace app, takes over after a tough year for the post service. | 11-Jan-2021 13:07

Parler social network drops offline after Amazon pulls support
The platform had been reliant on Amazon's cloud computing service, which has pulled its support. | 11-Jan-2021 09:15

China's Baidu and Geely partner up for smart cars
The search engine giant and carmaker will go up against Tesla and other homegrown competitors. | 11-Jan-2021 05:13

Covid: Record number of small firms 'set to close'
Without more help to counter the pandemic, a quarter of a million firms could go, an industry body says. | 11-Jan-2021 00:58

Cladding flat owners told not to talk to press
The government says a draft agreement saying flat owners need its approval first is "standard". | 10-Jan-2021 18:22

Online retailer Ocado warns of shortages as suppliers cut choice
It said there may be "an increase of missing items and substitutions over the next few weeks". | 10-Jan-2021 16:01

Motorhomes 'missing' after rental firm collapsed
Lenders face big losses after the company went bust owing £7m, while some vehicles are "missing". | 10-Jan-2021 09:37

Belgium after Brexit: How the change will affect popular exports
Companies that trade with the UK say higher prices and less choice are on the way. | 09-Jan-2021 01:09

BA Holidays selling Caribbean departures for this weekend
Despite the UK in lockdown, and other tour firms halting operations, the company has departures this weekend. | 08-Jan-2021 13:00

Google Chrome browser privacy plan investigated in UK
The Competition and Markets Authority will explore whether Google is abusing its market dominance. | 08-Jan-2021 12:38

Marks & Spencer sees festive sales slump
Modest growth in food sales fails to offset big declines in the retailer's clothing division. | 08-Jan-2021 10:43

Asos to create 2,000 jobs at new Lichfield centre
The site in Lichfield will employ 2,000 people over the next three years, the fashion group says. | 08-Jan-2021 09:56

Boeing to pay $2.5bn over 737 Max conspiracy
Boeing is to pay $2.5bn to settle US criminal charges over the 737 Max aircraft conspiracy. | 08-Jan-2021 01:02

Food waste: 'I'll have to throw away £6,000-worth of milk'
While restaurants and shops have been given tax breaks, firms that supply them fear for the future. | 08-Jan-2021 01:01

Meat factories warn Covid absences could hit supplies
Industry body calls for the early vaccination of workers to keep supply chains running smoothly. | 07-Jan-2021 19:56

LVMH seals purchase of Tiffany after takeover fight
LVMH said it was installing new leadership at the US jeweller, including a son of its chief executive. | 07-Jan-2021 18:23

National Express to suspend all services
The firm says tighter Covid restrictions and falling passenger numbers have prompted the decision. | 07-Jan-2021 18:05

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