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1,100 jobs at risk as PizzaExpress looks at closing 67 restaurants
PizzaExpress has said it could close around 67 of its UK restaurants, putting up to 1,100 jobs at risk.
Dixons Carphone to cut 800 jobs through store management changes
Tech retailer Dixons Carphone is to cut 800 jobs as it changes the way its stores are managed.
EasyJet increases flights as summer demand takes-off despite COVID-19 uncertainty
Greater than expected demand has led easyJet to increase the number of flights it is offering over the summer, despite continuing uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic.
Ofwat chair Cox joins board of energy supplier OVO
The chairman of Britain's water regulator is joining OVO Energy, the latest entrant to the handful of companies which dominate the gas and electricity sector.
Diageo shares endure hangover despite COVID-19 crisis dividend growth
It has become one of the most reliable companies in the FTSE 100 during the last decade: a business whose wide spread of products and market-leading positions in numerous countries, along with its shrewd product development and brand extensions, seemingly enabled it to grow earnings whatever the weather.
Google's bid for Fitbit investigated by EU amid fears over health data
Google's planned $2.1bn (£1.6bn) takeover of smartwatch maker Fitbit will be investigated by the European Commission.
BP cuts dividend for first time in a decade after record loss
BP has cut its dividend for the first time in a decade after reporting a record $6.7bn (£5.1bn) loss as the coronavirus pandemic hammered energy demand.
Twitter faces $250m fine for misusing phone numbers and email addresses
Twitter could be facing a fine of up to $250m (£190m) for misusing users' personal information.
New York in two hours and Sydney in five - Virgin gives first look at supersonic jet project
Virgin Galactic has revealed designs for a supersonic passenger plane capable of flying three times the speed of sound.
Donald Trump demands US gets 'large percentage' of any TikTok sale
Donald Trump has said the US should receive a "large percentage" of the proceeds from any sale of TikTok to Microsoft.