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COVID-19: Deliveroo says orders have doubled but growth will slow as lockdowns ease
Deliveroo has revealed that order numbers more than doubled over the last year - but warned its rapid growth will slow as lockdowns ease.
Greensill: David Cameron will respond 'positively' to any request for evidence from lobbying inquiries
David Cameron will respond "positively" to any request to give evidence to inquiries into the Greensill affair, according to his spokesman.
CowCredits: Firm behind low methane cattle feed launches CO2 offsetting scheme
A British-Swiss firm behind cattle food which reduces a cow's methane emissions by 30% has begun selling carbon credits to allow companies to offset their CO2 footprint.
Coinbase makes splash on market debut with $99.6bn valuation
The cryptocurrency exchange coinbase started trading on Wednesday at a valuation of nearly $100bn (£72bn), in a major boost to supporters of digital currencies such as bitcoin.
Asda in talks with bakery staff over redundancy
Supermarket chain Asda has said that it will restructure its bakeries, putting at risk more than 1,200 jobs across the UK.
COVID-19: Most European countries should be on 'green' travel list next month, says easyJet boss
Easyjet's boss said he expected popular destinations such as Spain, Italy, Greece and Portugal to be on the government's "green" list when foreign travel resumes next month.
COVID-19: Pubs and restaurants with outdoor areas enjoy reopening sales surge after lockdown easing
Sales at pubs, bars and restaurants that were able to reopen on Monday were sharply higher than pre-pandemic levels with consumers keen to have their first drink out in months, new figures show.
Bernie Madoff: Fraudster who swindled clients out of billions dies in US prison
Financier Bernie Madoff, who swindled thousands of clients out of billions of dollars, has died in prison.
Aerospace giants urge Kwarteng to intervene in Liberty Steel crisis
Britain's biggest aerospace employers, including Rolls-Royce Holdings and Airbus, have urged the business secretary to step into the crisis engulfing the steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta amid fears of a global shortage of specialist materials.
Hundreds of British Gas staff laid off after refusing new contracts
Hundreds of British Gas engineers lost their jobs on Wednesday as a bitter row between the company and its staff deepened.