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COVID-19: Mike Ashley's Frasers Group warns business rates relief cap threatens stores
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group has branded the chancellor's new business rates holiday "near worthless" for larger firms and is an obstacle to it taking on old Debenhams shops.
US jobs surge beats forecasts in signs of labour market recovery
US jobs grew more than expected last month amid falling COVID-19 cases, rising vaccination rates and extra government support putting the labour market recovery back on firmer footing.
BT chief Jansen gave board ultimatum over chairman's future
Philip Jansen, the chief executive of BT Group, gave boardroom colleagues an ultimatum over his own future that led to the departure this week of the company's chairman, Jan du Plessis.
COVID-19: Staycation surge hikes up cost of seaside holiday lets
Holidaymakers face paying more for a UK seaside break this summer, with demand for staycations driving up the cost of accommodation by an average of 35% compared to last year.
Nursing pay rise row: Are other public sector workers in line for an increase?
A proposed pay rise of 1% for nurses and other health workers who have been on the coronavirus frontline has triggered an angry backlash.
Deliveroo serves up £50m community fund as £7.5bn float looms
Deliveroo will distribute a £50m funding pot to restaurants, riders and community groups as it seeks to portray itself as a responsible corporate citizen following a blockbuster flotation that could value it at around £7.5bn.
Property investor Aprirose races to find buyer for COVID-hit QHotels
A property investor which has spent hundreds of millions of pounds on buying hospitality sector assets is racing to find a new owner for QHotels, a collection of four-star properties located across the UK.
Boohoo under renewed pressure as firm urged to link bonuses to progress on workers' rights
Boohoo is facing renewed pressure from MPs on workers' rights - days after Sky News revealed the online fashion retailer was facing the possibility of a US import ban over the issue.
Former transport secretary Greening joins On The Beach
On The Beach (OTB), one of Britain's biggest online travel agents, will on Friday appoint Justine Greening, the former Conservative minister, to its board.
Scotch whisky industry toasts Biden as US suspends trade tariffs
The Scotch whisky industry has welcomed a deal between the UK and US governments that has seen damaging tariffs, imposed by the Trump administration in 2019, suspended for four months.