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COVID-19: Portugal confirms UK tourists with negative coronavirus test allowed to travel from Monday
Portugal has confirmed that tourists from the UK will be able to travel to the country from Monday.
SFO investigating Gupta business empire including Greensill finance links
The Serious Fraud Office has said it is investigating steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta's business empire - including links with Greensill Capital.
Amazon to create more than 10,000 new UK jobs this year
Amazon has announced plans to create more than 10,000 new permanent jobs in the UK this year.
Ian King business podcast: Pubs are opening again, why good business pays and diversity on company boards
Monday sees the opening of pubs and the restart of international travel. Ian King talks to a pub landlord and Fionn Hart from Flipdish, an app which helps pubs and restaurants remain COVID compliant.
COVID-19: Lockdown easing boosts UK demand for Airbnb breaks
Britain's roadmap out of lockdown sparked a sharp increase in UK bookings through Airbnb with notable demand for staycations over the summer, the company's latest results revealed.
Disney revenues continue to drop as entertainment giant pushes another film online
Entertainment giant Disney has seen another drop in revenues, with the pandemic still weighing heavily on its business, as it plans to put yet another film straight onto its streaming platform.
Dunstone severs long Carphone Warehouse ties with final Dixons stake sale
Sir Charles Dunstone has sold the last of his stake in Britain's biggest electrical goods and mobile phone retailer, severing a 32-year tie with the business that turned him into one of Britain's most successful entrepreneurs.
Car dealer Pendragon motors towards huge pay revolt after slashing jobs
Pendragon, one of Britain's biggest car dealers, is facing a massive shareholder backlash after paying its chief executive a six-figure bonus despite axing 1,800 jobs and using millions of pounds of taxpayers' money to furlough staff.
Kellogg's promises to cut sugar in its children's cereals by 10%
Kellogg's has promised to cut sugar in its children's cereals by 10% and salt by 20%.
Bank part-owned by Liberty Steel tycoon faces being wound up
Wyelands Bank, majority-owned by steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta, faces being wound up if it fails to find a buyer after he refused to support a call for new investment.