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Ryanair and Manchester Airport take legal action over travel traffic light system

There is anger in the travel sector over how the government has made decisions over the green list.

Federal Reserve warns US economy path depends on virus

The US central bank brought forward its projection for an interest rate hike into 2023 on Wednesday.

Eviction ban on firms behind on rent is extended by nine months

The government's ban on landlords evicting companies in rent debt will now end in March 2022

'Mediocre' male managers are stopping women's rise

A survey of women in finance finds men are progressing because they are better at office politics.

John Lewis boss says young staff lack basic numeracy skills

Chairwoman Dame Sharon White says that new recruits' literacy and numeracy are weak.

Owner fears kitten death linked to food

Pet food from Sainsbury's, Pets at Home and other brands recalled after rise in fatal cat disease.

Goldman Sachs delays return to office for workers

The investment bank, along with NatWest, is reviewing plans for staff to come back to the office.

Lina Khan: The 32-year-old taking on Big Tech

The new Federal Trade Commission chair has Big Tech in her sights.

Funeral firms ordered to make prices clearer

The Competition and Markets Authority says funeral directors and crematoriums could risk court action.

Clothes and fuel costs push UK inflation to two-year high

The rising cost of fuel and clothes pushes the inflation rate above the Bank of England's 2% target.

Covid: Cash and card use dived in lockdown, says report

Most payments by consumers are spontaneous but options were limited by the Covid crisis., say banks. shares close lower after £775m placement

The online furniture seller did not sparkle in its stock market debut, with shares closing 4% lower.

Gigafactories: Europe tools up against US and Asia as a car battery force

As demand for electric cars grows, giant battery factories are being built across Europe.

Tech firms use remote monitoring to help honey bees

From Ireland to Israel, companies are coming to the aid of the environmentally critical insect.

Providing jobs for young people in Brazil

How Brazil's "Favela LinkedIn" and "Street Presidents" schemes are providing jobs for young people.

'I can speak freely and use swear words as I see fit'

The rise of email "newsletter" providers that allow writers to directly connect with readers.

CEO Secrets: My 'dark times' building a billion-dollar firm

Matthew Gross, founder and CEO of digital education platform Newsela, shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.

Young Thai workers race to reopen deserted beaches

Workers in Thailand's Covid-hit tourism industry talk about their hopes and fears for the future.

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