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Coronavirus: Businesses must pay towards furlough scheme from August, chancellor announces
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled plans for employers to start paying towards the wages of their furloughed staff .
Coronavirus: Ted Baker to unveil £80m share sale plan
Ted Baker, the high street fashion brand, will next week launch an attempt to raise virtually its entire market capitalisation as it joins the queue of companies seeking funds to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: Chancellor has left limited companies to 'bleed to death', directors say
Directors of limited companies say they have been left to "bleed to death" by Chancellor Rishi Sunak during the pandemic.
Coronavirus: Business confidence sinks to 2008 financial crash low, Lloyds survey shows
Business confidence fell to its lowest level since the 2008 financial crash in May, according to a survey for Lloyds Bank.
Coronavirus: Aviation bosses beg chancellor to deliver APD review
Britain's aviation industry is imploring Rishi Sunak to accelerate a review of air passenger duty (APD) to help revive a sector brought to its knees by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus lockdown demand for DIY and gardening goods boosts B&M sales
A surge in demand for DIY and gardening products during lockdown saw the tills ringing at discounter B&M Bargains.
Williams F1 team owner puts sale plan on starting grid
The owner of the Williams Formula One team is considering a sale of the company that could lead to its eponymous founder, Sir Frank Williams, relinquishing majority ownership after more than four decades.
Nationwide profits tumble by 40% with £101m coronavirus hit
Britain's biggest building society Nationwide has seen its profits plunge by 40% after taking a £101m hit from the coronavirus pandemic.
Twitter hides tweets from Trump and White House account for 'glorifying violence'
Twitter has hidden tweets from Donald Trump and the official White House account for "glorifying violence".
Car manufacturing at lowest point since Second World War
The number of cars made in Britain fell to its lowest point since the Second World War during April, down 99.7% compared to the same month last year.