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BBCBusiness
23/07/2021 09:46:14 PM
Food workers to be exempt from Covid isolation Key parts of the food industry will move to daily Covid testing, the government says, after isolating workers led to supply shortages.
Scotland critical workers to be exempt
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Scotland critical workers to be exempt
Which workers will be able to avoid self-isolation?
More than 600,000 told to isolate
Road planners 'can ignore climate change' Government guidelines mean road planners can effectively ignore climate change, campaigners say.
Twitter and Snap add users as restrictions ease The social media companies passed analysts' expectations with their latest financial update.
Fashion for Crocs continues to break records The chunky shoe's sales nearly doubled in the three months to the end of June compared with last year.
'UK extradition treaty doesn't rely on any facts' Autonomy's founder, Mike Lynch, says he will fight the US authorities' bid to try him for fraud.
What does a future-proof home look like?
Supermarkets say shortages are not widespread The Co-op says that supplies of soft drinks, beer and deodorant have been affected.
Road planners 'can ignore climate change' Government guidelines mean road planners can effectively ignore climate change, campaigners say.
Twitter and Snap add users as restrictions ease The social media companies passed analysts' expectations with their latest financial update.
Fashion for Crocs continues to break records The chunky shoe's sales nearly doubled in the three months to the end of June compared with last year.
'UK extradition treaty doesn't rely on any facts'
What does a future-proof home look like?
Supermarkets say shortages are not widespread
Postmasters in IT scandal to get up to £100,000 8
Major websites hit by global outage 7
Inflation spike temporary, says Bank deputy 8
Consumer charity, dating and pet spending surges 1
Bitcoin up as Musk signals another Tesla U-turn 21
How global conferences are using tech to survive
The jobs you would not want during a heatwave
Is there a solution to the hospitality staff crisis?
'Four-day weeks are good for business'
The little tech firm gunning for an airspeed record Special reports
Road planners 'can ignore climate change' By Roger Harrabin
'UK extradition treaty doesn't rely on any facts'
Food workers to be exempt from Covid isolation
Twitter and Snap add users as restrictions ease
Major websites hit by global outage
Fashion for Crocs continues to break records By Lora Jones
Postmasters in IT scandal to get up to £100,000
Inflation spike temporary, says Bank deputy
Why were hundreds of sub-postmasters prosecuted? By Kevin Peachey
California sues Activision over alleged harassment
Consortium from NI wins £42m nanotechnology grant By John Campbell
How global conferences are using tech to survive By David Silverberg
Consumer charity, dating and pet spending surges
Opioid crisis: US drug giants reach $26bn settlement
UK property sales at new record as boom peaks By Kevin Peachey
Gold attracts young investors trading online By Kevin Peachey
Compensation closer for women's pensions campaign By Kevin Peachey
HMV backs High Street with plans for 10 new stores
Asia follows global shares slide amid Covid fears

 



Evening Standard
23/07/2021 09:46:01 PM
Minister backs £6.3bn takeover of Morrisons: Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng faces backlash after hailing private equity deal
Kwarteng gets it wrong on Morrisons: Private equity thrives on cutting jobs not creating them, says ALEX BRUMMER
  Nationwide launches a sub-1% FIVE year fixed mortgage deal, the lowest rate on record as home loan war continues          
BUSINESS LIVE: Iceland boss slams 'pingdemic'
AJ Bell shares on the up as assets pass £70bn
Treasury selling off billions in NatWest shares
Unilever warns rising costs to hit profits
British Gas customer exodus can't stop profits doubling at Centrica
The 6,000-square-mile Aussie clean energy plan
UK interest bill balloons to a record £8.7bn
Bridgepoint staff scoop a £2.5bn windfall
Our pick of the best estate cars to buy: SUVs may be all the rage but the old family favourite is still here and getting sleeker and sportier
GRACE ON THE CASE: I work abroad and need internet access so removed my data cap but after a visit to Kazakhstan O2 have billed me for £8,600...
I didn't get a fair share in my divorce and now my ex-husband has died: Can I still bring a claim?
SIMON LAMBERT: Know when to hodl 'em, know when to fold 'em! Ruffer says its huge bitcoin gain shows how cheap money borrows hope from the future
Meet the buyers and sellers who sidestepped estate agents to go it alone: Rising fees mean some have cut out the middleman - but is it a wise move?
Virgin Red: New free rewards club has some bumper points offers - how does it stack up to other schemes?
Will the government pay out on the triple lock if it means an 8% state pension rise?
How we can help you A message from the editor
DIY investing Best and cheapest ways to invest in shares and funds
Half of those who recently moved say they regret paying too much - here's how to avoid that being you Don't buy into the housing hype
Left powerless by NS&I when I tried to cash in £12,000 worth of bonds for Mum's care home costs ASK TONY
Nationwide launches a sub-1% FIVE year fixed mortgage deal, as the home loan war continues Lowest rate on record
Record number of homes sold last month as stamp duty stampede sends property transactions soaring by 219% HMRC
As inflation hits food, clothes, energy bills and petrol, these simple steps will help protect your pocket Stop your money going up in smoke!
Building societies launch spate of better-paying branch-based accounts High Street savings comeback
Savers can beat plans to hike the age they can get their hands on their pension pots thanks to loophole
1.7m are stuck at home thanks to the NHS Covid app - and it could cost them a small fortune... so what are YOUR rights? Take the sting out of a Ping
The car makers that have issued the most recalls since 1992 - but drivers need to understand they can be good news REVEALED
What's the best travel cover in a Covid crisis? From pre-flight tests to ever-changing Government diktats, there's so much that could go wrong this summer
Car repair bills could soar by £100 under new EU rules requiring garages to fit more expensive parts
As share prices soar, banking giants finally get the green light to pay dividends again Time to bank on better returns
Ombudsman slams DWP failures in telling women about state pension age delay What happens now and will they be compensated?
Fixed savings deals nudge higher as three new best buys launch but rates are still a long way off pre-pandemic levels
Millions of mobile phone users left out of pocket as 71% use FAR less data than they purchase: We reveal the best Sim-only deals available
MARKET REPORT: Brokers IG and AJ Bell cash in on the retail trading boom as more amateur traders flock to their platforms
The Great haul of China: How Beijing's biggest (and most secretive firm) is infiltrating every area of Britain 
Glaxosmithkline defies activist 'vulture fund' Elliott and appoints a boss to run consumer arm ahead of its separation
Starling starts to soar: Digital bank doubles customer account numbers raking in billions more in deposits
Blow to UK steel industry as engineer behind Wembley Stadium and the Shard skyscraper goes bust

Bloomberg
23/07/2021 09:46:05 PM
With 50,000 Cases a Day, One Country Opens Up as Another Suffers
England to Exempt Critical Workers From Covid Isolation
Italy Requires Vaccine Pass for Dining and Leisure as Cases Rise
Where Can You Fly Right Now? Delta Surge Pops Asia’s Travel Bubbles
Giant Screen Collapses Ahead of Rolling Loud Music Festival
Longer Gap Between Pfizer Doses Boosts Antibodies, Study Finds
CDC Sees ‘Pivotal Moment’; Cape Cod Cases Surge: Virus Update
Star Scraps $9 Billion Merger Plan With Crown
Rascoff SPAC in Talks to Take Buyers Edge Platform Public
Oil Gains With Robust Global Demand Tightening Crude Market
OPEC+ Compromise Deal Still Favors Saudi Arabia and Russia
Covid-19 Has Dimmed the Clean Power Market
Asia Stocks Eye Steady Open After U.S. Neared High: Markets Wrap
Lagarde Says ECB Has Learned From History, Won’t Tighten Early
English Football Needs Independent Regulator to Prevent ‘Crisis’
Fund Managers Struggle to Keep Up With New Guideposts for ESG
Young Talent Isn’t Following the Money to Wall Street
Russian and Iranian Proxy Forces Are Baffling the U.S.
For the Luxury Crowd, SPACs and Suits Are So This Season
What to Do When Haters Come Gunning for Your Brand
This Cult Classic Buy Signal Isn't to Be Trusted
Young Talent Isn’t Following the Money to Wall Street
Russian and Iranian Proxy Forces Are Baffling the U.S.
For the Luxury Crowd, SPACs and Suits Are So This Season
What to Do When Haters Come Gunning for Your Brand
This Cult Classic Buy Signal Isn't to Be Trusted

CNN Money
23/07/2021 09:46:06 PM
Record high home prices
The median US home price has posted year-over-year gains for 112 straight months
Covid and Brexit mean food and gas shortages in parts of UK
The door is closing on Chinese tech IPOs on Wall Street
Europe's central bank could print another $1 trillion and then some
Drama over the debt ceiling is the last thing America's economy needs
Short-term fixes aren't enough to solve America's looming eviction crisis
Massive internet outage: FedEx, Delta and McDonald's go down
Crocs sues Walmart, Hobby Lobby and others for allegedly copying its popular shoe
Losses mount for American and Southwest, but their outlook is brighter
Twitter is having an inexplicably awesome 2021
How to invest as the Delta variant takes hold
There will probably be a shortage of back-to-school supplies
Farms are tossing 1 billion tons of food. That's a disaster for the climate
Indian tax officials raid newspaper that took on Modi over the pandemic
The scorching hot used car market may finally be cooling off
GM is shutting down most of its pickup production for a week
Prescriptions are too expensive. These companies want to change that
Paytm files for India's biggest tech IPO on record
WhatsApp blocks 2 million Indian accounts
Zomato is raising $1.3 billion in IPO
Twitter is a mess in India. Here's how it got there
India's billionaires got richer as millions were pushed into poverty
Worker shortage is forcing UK businesses to close
Employee mental health is a huge concern
American workers don't want to go back to normal
Why companies are offering employees early access to their paychecks
These futuristic pods are being tested as transport alternatives
Dancing robot dog teams up with popular K-pop band BTS
See Ferrari's new plug-in hybrid
Prices are going up on almost everything. Here's why
China widens crackdown on LGBTQ groups and content
A robot is killing weeds by zapping them with electricity
How medical cannabis in South Africa is taking off