Updated : 26/02/2021
 
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BBCBusiness
25/02/2021 10:46:14 PM
'If I have to pay £13,000, it will destroy my shop' Struggling shops warn they may have to shut if business rates are brought back at the Budget.
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Cut business rates to save High Street, says Next
Will the roadmap be enough to save businesses?
Amazon criticised in paying lower rates than shops
Ikea set to relaunch delayed 'Buy Back' scheme UK consumers will soon be able to sell back used items with the aim of reducing waste.
GameStop rises again as Reddit crashes temporarily Trading in GameStop shares halted minutes before markets closed but jumped again in late trading.
Crunch talks to save Vauxhall car plant continue Vauxhall's parent company has previously said its fate depends on the government's commitment to the car industry.
Biden orders 100-day review amid supply chain strains The United States has grappled with shortages of medical gear and computer chips, among other items.
'So many people have told me I've given them confidence'
Fraudsters stepped up efforts in new year Con-artists claimed people could receive a tax rebate or a grant, as they tried to steal financial details.
Ikea set to relaunch delayed 'Buy Back' scheme UK consumers will soon be able to sell back used items with the aim of reducing waste.
GameStop rises again as Reddit crashes temporarily Trading in GameStop shares halted minutes before markets closed but jumped again in late trading.
Crunch talks to save Vauxhall car plant continue Vauxhall's parent company has previously said its fate depends on the government's commitment to the car industry.
Biden orders 100-day review amid supply chain strains
'So many people have told me I've given them confidence'
Fraudsters stepped up efforts in new year
US central bank payment system down for 'hours' 4
'My closed hair salons cost me £1,000 a day' 13
NHS faces legal action over data contract 5
Heathrow passenger numbers fall to 1970s' levels 9
MPs fail in bid to change fire safety payment rules 6
Video 1 minute 55 secondsThe colourful fridges popping up on American streets
Have Australians fallen out of love with Sydney and Melbourne?
'My billion pound company has no HR department'
'Working alongside strangers online helps me focus'
'It's the oldest thing I will ever own' Special reports
'If I have to pay £13,000, it will destroy my shop' By Lucy Hooker
'Getting married is the most important thing' By Kate Scotter and Phil Shepka
Parts shortage sees 750 Nissan workers furloughed
Clubhouse confirms data spill of its audio streams By Mary-Ann Russon
Fraudsters stepped up efforts in new year
Hospitality call for clarity on easing lockdown
Hyundai to replace 82,000 batteries over fire risk
'I was the only woman in the room. That's changed'
Apple buys a company every three to four weeks
Facebook and Google 'too powerful' says watchdog boss
Holiday bookings surge on lockdown exit plans
Deborah Meaden on how the business landscape has changed Video content
'Relief and excitement' over lifting lockdown Video content
'I am just really looking forward to reopening' By Laurence Cawley
gigafactory at Coventry Airport to manufacture electric car batteries, after the councillors approved the scheme.
Facebook v Australia: Who blinked first?
Tech companies mask up for MWC gadget expo in China By Leo Kelion
Gender pay gap enforcement delayed by six months
Airlines' Covid travel pass ready 'within weeks'

 



Evening Standard
25/02/2021 10:46:01 PM
Lloyds £60m man bows out: Departing boss Antonio Horta-Osorio insists the bank is now back on its feet - buts its shares are STILL languishing
ALEX BRUMMER: Bailey's call to arms as battle with the EU over £1trillion-a-day derivatives trading heats up
  Hyundai takes aim at Tesla's Model 3: Ioniq 5 is the Korean brand's electric family car offering 298 mile rangee and a price below £40k          
BUSINESS LIVE: Lloyds restores dividend
Sterling and travel stocks fly higher
Get workers back in the office, PM urged
HSBC to axe 40% of office space
Melrose chief under fire over GKN closure
Normality on horizon for UK - BRUMMER
Frasers warns lockdown to cost £100m more
IHG Group cancels dividend
Aviva sells off its French business for £2.8bn
Car industry laments PM's slow road map
The new investment craze that's sweeping Wall St
From global bank to food bank: Fred's folly at RBS's Gogarburn HQ has been transformed to help people in need during the pandemic
ASK TONY: A friend booked our group's holiday but Covid forced us to cancel... now my insurer won't pay
It's never been easier to make yourself an Isa millionaire: Bigger allowances mean you need returns of 7% to reach the money milestone in two decades
Vodafone vows big dividend payouts for Vantage Towers investors as it confirms it will float the business in Frankfurt by the end of March
Lloyds brings back dividends despite unveiling a sharp plunge in profits as boss Horta-Osorio departs
My BT deal ordeal! Our letters editor TONY HAZELL spent hours negotiating a fair deal for his TV and internet, only for the price to be hiked days later 
What happens next to the property market and house prices?
How we can help you A message from the editor
£12.50 share dealing Featuring low-cost dividend reinvestment
I have had refunds from Amazon and Enterprise paid out to a closed HSBC credit card How can I get them back?
Porsche to start making synthetic fuel next year that could slash petrol-engined cars' CO2 emissions by 85% As clean as electricity.
Can we afford not to worry about the UK's ballooning public debt? Modern monetary theory says throw cash at saving jobs - but the spectre of soaring inflation lurks.
Can investing commercial property still be profitable? Warehouses and supermarkets are in - but are offices and the high street out for good?
Back to school: How one man expanded his education business by going digital Ad Feature
I'm divorced so can I claim a higher state pension based on my ex-husband's National Insurance record? Steve Webb replies
What do Isa millionaires have in common? Investment trusts make up more than half the biggest pots built up by long-term investors.
Is it ever wise to take an interest-only mortgage? Deals are on the rise but experts warn you must have a proper plan to clear the debt.
Millions of BT Mobile, EE, Three and Vodafone customers face rises of up to 4.5% How much is your mobile phone bill going up by?
UK shares are the biggest bargain in DECADES - so try these 10 great stock tips MIDAS RECOVERY SPECIAL
Thinking about how to make your money last? From pensions to Isas, our guide to help plan retirement
How 'rescue' crooks are preying on victims of Quinshaw liquidation TONY HETHERINGTON
Psychological tricks that meant Catriona didn't stand a chance when scammer set out to steal her £241,000 savings
Will Lloyds Banking Group's dividend rise as boss Horta-Osorio rides into sunset? STOCK WATCH
The funds that could shine in the years ahead as economies emerge from lockdown - but beware the US 'mania' Invest in recovery
'I wrote a Spice Girls song in an hour... it made me £1million!' Eliot Kennedy on earning silly money, being scammed and posh French candles.
How do you avoid stay-at-home children falling out with siblings over inheriting the family home?

Bloomberg
25/02/2021 10:46:05 PM
U.K. Teachers to Assess Pupils’ Grades Without Need for Exams
Big Tech’s Top EU Data Watchdog Hits Back at ‘Ludicrous’ Critics
Sunak Urged to Unleash $140 Billion Fiscal Push to Aid Recovery
Singapore Startup Fund Raises Cash to Upend Maritime Businesses
Pfizer-BioNTech Shot Could Help End Pandemic, Israel Study Shows
Moderna Plans Multi-Pronged Approach on Virus Variants
Shot Hailed as Super Effective; J&J Gets Big Win: Virus Update
J&J Covid Vaccine Found Effective by FDA Before Panel Meets
Asia Stocks Gain as Powell Calms Inflation Nerves: Markets Wrap
Roaring Reflation Forces HSBC, BlackRock, Axa to Drop Bond Bets
Swedish Prime Minister Sees High Risk of New Wave of Covid Infections
BOE’s Bailey Slams EU Stance on Swaps Clearing After Brexit
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Former Glencore Director Says He Flew the World With Bag of Cash
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Chinese Ride-Sharing Giant Didi Plans Entry Into Europe
McKinsey Is Becoming an MBA Case Study in Crisis
Frankfurt, We Have a Problem. Bond Yields Are Rising
A Banking Breed Is Heading For Extinction
Summer Vacation In Greece? It’s Not Impossible
Lucid Provides a Sobering Look Under the SPAC Hood
McKinsey Is Becoming an MBA Case Study in Crisis
Frankfurt, We Have a Problem. Bond Yields Are Rising
A Banking Breed Is Heading For Extinction
Summer Vacation In Greece? It’s Not Impossible
Lucid Provides a Sobering Look Under the SPAC Hood

CNN Money
25/02/2021 10:46:06 PM
CFO of GameStop resigns a month after the Reddit trading frenzy
The Federal Reserve suffers widespread disruption to payment services
US housing is still strong, but there are some worries about a slowdown
Should you rent or buy a home? Ask yourself these 3 questions
America's unemployment problem is much worse than it seems
The hot new thing in tech: speaking into your phone
Paramount+: Here's everything you need to know about ViacomCBS' new streaming service
All-male boardrooms are a thing of the past at Britain's top companies
TJ Maxx hopes customers will 'revenge shop' to make up for a lost year
IPhone builder Foxconn is working on an electric car with Fisker
Michael Bolton wants you to break up with Robinhood. That Michael Bolton
'I was behind it.' The man responsible for the 1973 oil shock has died
Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Janet Yellen are sending bitcoin tumbling
The New York Times paints a grim picture of its own workplace culture
The worldwide web as we know it may be ending
Big banks will need much less office space in the future
Dunkin' is now selling avocado toast
He may hold the winning ticket in tech and Silicon Valley knows it
Twitter is stuck between a rock and a hard place in India
Amazon's plans for India take a hit
How blockchain could make fashion greener
Celebs including A-Rod and Ciara are getting into SPACs
No slowdown in sight for IPOs or SPACs
Electric vehicle startup raises $4 billion in SPAC
Europe's richest man is joining the SPAC craze
Bill Gross says SPACs may struggle in 2021
Bill Gates on pandemic: The right steps weren't taken
Watch the Perseverance rover's first footage of Mars
ABB Robotics president: Our robots work with humans
Fancy being an astronaut? The European Space Agency is hiring
Here's how TV execs are incorporating Covid-19 into their shows
How airbag jeans and high-tech vests could make motorbikes safer
How blockchain could make fashion greener
How South African ingenuity helped propel ventilator manufacturing