• Southwest Airlines pays staff extra to get jabbed Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:56

    "If you have not been vaccinated and choose to do so, this timeline gives you enough time to receive both rounds of a two-series vaccine or the single-dose vaccine," the airline wrote.

  • UK power prices soar after key cable hit by blaze Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:46

    The link can carry up to 2GW of power, and had been importing electricity from France in recent days, after UK prices hit a record high of £540 per MWh on the wholesale energy market.

  • Marks & Spencer blames Brexit as it closes 11 stores in France Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:41

    "M&S has a long history of serving customers in France and this is not a decision we or our partner SFH have taken lightly," said Paul Friston, M&S managing director of international.

  • John Lewis charters ships to ensure Christmas stock arrives Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:16

    That compares with a £635m loss for the same period last year. Sales for the group rose by 6%, aided by strong demand for homeware, fashion, nursery furnishing and Waitrose online grocery sales.

  • Most office workers will never return full-time, survey says Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 11:56

    Half of 530 senior leaders also surveyed by polling organisation YouGov for the BBC said that workers staying at home would adversely affect both creativity and collaboration - against just 38% of ordinary people.

  • Marks & Spencer to close 11 French stores Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 08:50

    "M&S has a long history of serving customers in France and this is not a decision we or our partner SFH have taken lightly," said Paul Friston, M&S managing director of international.

  • Co-op to start selling groceries on Amazon Prime Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 08:40

    Same-day delivery with two-hour scheduled slots is offered for free on all orders over £40. The minimum value for an order is £15 and a £3.99 delivery charge applies to all orders below £40.

  • "We are expecting in general, for people to be in our workplaces more than not" 70% of workers surveyed believe full-time office working has gone forever But bosses aren't quite on the same page Download your #WakeUpToMoney podcast ?? Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 06:40
  • Crackdown fears send Macau casino shares on a losing streak Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 05:40

    The slump started after Macau's secretary for economy and finance, Lei Wai Nong, gave notice of a 45-day consultation period on the gambling industry, pointing to shortcomings in supervision of the industry.

  • UK power prices soar after key cable hit by blaze Link
    BBC Business Thu 16 Sep 2021 03:35

    The link can carry up to 2GW of power, and had been importing electricity from France in recent days, after UK prices hit a record high of £540 per MWh on the wholesale energy market.

  • Why taking up an instrument has struck a chord for so many Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 23:10

    "I grew up in real poverty, working class, and mixed race; music lessons were never a thing," she says. "Every person I saw playing an instrument was white and mostly male."

  • Five ways we think office work will change Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 23:05

    Despite the appetite for working from home, the majority of bosses and the general public think that young people could find it more difficult to progress in their career compared with people going into the office.

  • Most office workers will never return full-time, survey says Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 23:05

    Half of 530 senior leaders also surveyed by polling organisation YouGov for the BBC said that workers staying at home would adversely affect both creativity and collaboration - against just 38% of ordinary people.

  • Shares in Federer backed shoe firm soar on debut Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 21:45

    The 20-times Grand Slam winner teamed up with the company earlier this year to develop the Roger Pro tennis shoe. The tennis player has worn the shoes at recent tournaments including Wimbledon.

  • Itsu increases pay to a minimum of £10.40 an hour Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 17:35
  • Primark promises to make clothes more sustainable - and affordable Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 16:35

    In a statement, the global retailer said it will also design its clothes to be more durable so they can be recycled and last longer - without increasing its prices.

  • RT @BBCBusiness: The first pop-it toy was invented more than 40 years ago in Israel It's now the 'must have' playground craze thanks to a…
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 16:00
  • RT @BBCBusiness: The UK inflation rate hit 3.2% in the year to August, according to the latest official figures The jump in prices was the…
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 16:00
  • RT @MRaceBBC: Job vacancies have hit record highs as the economy continues to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. So who is hiring and…
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 14:45
  • RT @BBCPolitics: Robert Jenrick sacked as housing secretary Latest reshuffle news: Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 13:40
    Boris Johnson is reshuffling his top team of government ministersGavin Williamson is the first to go as he is sacked from his post as education secretaryRobert Buckland is sacked as justice secretaryRobert Jenrick says he is proud of what his department achieved as he goes from his role as communities secretaryThe new cabinet is expected to be appointed this afternoon and junior ministerial appointments will continue into tomorrowAt PMQs, Mr Johnson faced questions over tax rises and NHS funding
  • RT @BBCNews: Universal credit cut will push workers into poverty, warns Tory former minister Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 13:30

    "I was part of the team that took that decision to freeze benefits - and wages didn't go up in the way that we believed they would. Levels of poverty increased," he told BBC News.

  • Firms fined over 'frustrating' nuisance messages Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 13:05

    "Getting a ping on your phone or constant unwanted messages on your laptop from a company you don't want to hear from is frustrating and intrusive," said Andy Curry, ICO head of investigations.

  • FCA wants celebrities to warn of investment risks Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 12:45

    "Investors have never had more freedom. Technology has democratised the market, new products have become available and people have better access to their life savings than before," said Sarah Pritchard, executive director of markets at the FCA.

  • The UK inflation rate hit 3.2% in the year to August, according to the latest official figures The jump in prices was the highest on record But what is inflation and why does it matter? Link
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 12:45

    The jump in prices in August was the highest on record. But experts say it was largely driven by discounts in the hospitality sector and that any increase will be "transitory".

  • RT @faisalislam: Spotted the pandemic used car price boom a few months back - the official figures released today now pushing official infl…
    BBC Business Wed 15 Sep 2021 12:20
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