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COVID-19: Manufacturing outlook sunniest since 1973 as reopening boosts prospects
Britain's economic reopening has helped create the strongest pick-up in optimism among manufacturers for nearly half a century, according to new figures.
David Cameron: Former prime minister lobbied Treasury's top civil servant over Greensill Capital
David Cameron lobbied the Treasury's top civil servant on behalf of a financial services firm that later collapsed.
COVID-19: Jaguar Land Rover to suspend production due to chip shortages
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has revealed that production at two of its UK manufacturing plants is to be suspended due to a shortage of parts.
KPMG's first female chief O'Connor in talks about leaving big four accountant
The first woman to head KPMG, one of Britain's big four accountants, is in advanced negotiations to leave the firm after being unexpectedly passed over for the top job.
Going back to Vegas: how events giant Informa plans to rebound from pandemic horror show
Pushed to name those business sectors that had been hit hardest by COVID-19, most people would plump for aviation, hospitality or live entertainment.
Co-op store management shake-up to affect 2,000 staff
The Co-op retail chain has announced a shake-up of its store management structure which is expected to affect 2,000 staff.
COVID-19: Pizza Express moves to hire 1,000 staff (after cutting 2,400 jobs last year)
Pizza Express has said it is to recruit 1,000 new workers as its reopening gathers pace following a year of coronavirus disruption that forced it to permanently close dozens of restaurants.
COVID-19: Coronavirus passports for foreign travel will be available 'as soon as possible'
Britons' prospects of booking a foreign holiday this summer have been given a boost, with the government saying coronavirus passports will be available "as soon as possible".
E.ON sanctioned for taking early payments from household energy customers
E.ON, one of the UK's largest household energy suppliers, is to compensate customers hit with extra bank charges after a billing blunder.
Biotech group Arix prepares board shake-up in peace deal with activist Acacia
The London-listed biotech investor Arix Bioscience is preparing a boardroom shake-up as part of a truce with an investor which has accused its board of presiding over an "uncontrollable tumult".