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Biden economic plans challenged at Yellen hearing

3 hours 53 min ago
Janet Yellen, Joe Biden's choice to be treasury secretary, appears at her confirmation hearing in Washington.

Tokyo Olympics 'unlikely to go ahead in 2021'

5 hours 48 min ago
Former London 2012 Olympics boss says Tokyo event likely to be disrupted by Covid-19 pandemic.

MGM Resorts ends bid to buy Ladbrokes owner Entain

5 hours 50 min ago
Entain's shares tumble after the US casino operator walks away from a takeover attempt.

Arcadia set to shut 31 shops with loss of 700 jobs

7 hours 20 min ago
Administrators for Sir Philip Green's empire have been seeking buyers for the group since November.

HSBC to close 82 branches this year

7 hours 47 min ago
The bank has named the branches that will close between April and September, but aims to avoid redundancies.

Boeing 737 Max to be cleared to fly in Europe

9 hours 13 min ago
The EU's aviation agency says clearance will be given next week for the aircraft, grounded after two crashes.

Covid: Cash refusal 'creeping into UK economy'

9 hours 48 min ago
A survey by consumer group Which? raises concerns over coronavirus leading to more cashless stores.

Barclays not liable for couple defrauded of £700,000

9 hours 58 min ago
They thought they were assisting a fraud probe when they transferred cash to accounts in the UAE.

Superdry warns of uncertainty amid Covid sales hit

10 hours 38 min ago
The fashion chain says there may be "significant doubt" over its ability to continue as a going concern.

Covid: Self-employed mothers 'deserve equal help'

11 hours 52 sec ago
Campaigners say 75,000 women who took maternity leave are losing out on government Covid payments.

CBI calls for more business support before Budget

11 hours 58 min ago
The business lobby group calls for the extension of support schemes for firms affected by Covid.

Big firms to pay small companies within 30 days

15 hours 57 min ago
Changes to the Prompt Payment Code mean big companies will have half as long to pay small firms.

Will the UK really refuse trade deals over human rights?

18 hours 9 min ago
The government is being scrutinised over trade deals with countries with poor human rights records.

'My boss made me come to work and I caught Covid'

20 hours 23 min ago
Despite the risks, people say they are being asked to work on site when they could do it from home.

Depop: 'I felt so violated when my account was hacked'

20 hours 26 min ago
Hackers are selling Depop app account details on the dark web for as little as 77p each online.

Covid self-employment income support scheme unfair say mothers

20 hours 27 min ago
Campaigners are bringing a judicial review for indirect sexual discrimination on Thursday.

'I'm stranded at Madrid Airport'

Mon, 01/18/2021 - 23:29
Lisbet Stone was turned away from her flight to London due to having an outdated covid test.

EasyJet: Jump in bookings fuels post-Covid confidence

Mon, 01/18/2021 - 17:51
'People want to go on holiday,' says the airline's boss, as bookings for this summer rise by 250%.

Chip-shortage 'crisis' puts the brakes on car-company output

Mon, 01/18/2021 - 14:49
A shortage of computer chips is leading to car factories shutting down for days at a time.

Brexit: Fishing firms hold London protest over disruption

Mon, 01/18/2021 - 13:54
Fresh fish exports have been severely disrupted by new border controls with the European Union.