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COVID-19: Joe Biden set to reimpose travel ban on UK and EU over fears of new coronavirus variants
US President Joe Biden will reimpose a number of travel bans that were repealed by his predecessor.
ASOS emerges as surprise frontrunner to clinch TopShop crown
ASOS, the online fashion retailer, has emerged as the surprise frontrunner to buy TopShop from the administrators to Sir Philip Green’s former high street empire.
Hollywood Bowl faces being skittled by investors in pay row
The boardroom pay chief at Hollywood Bowl is facing a shareholder backlash this week after the company decided to ignore the coronavirus crisis in its decision about incentive payouts to top executives.
COVID-19: Rich 'riding out pandemic in luxury' as frontline workers struggle, says Oxfam
The divide between rich and poor is "proving as deadly" as coronavirus, the boss of Oxfam said, as research shows the world's richest people recouped their pandemic losses within just nine months.
London Stock Exchange chief hatches £300m 'COVID-lifeline' float
The London Stock Exchange is hatching plans to create a £300m listed vehicle aimed at bolstering the survival chances of companies hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Eurostar: France vows financial support to 'maintain this strategic link' with UK
French authorities have said they are ready to give financial support to the struggling Eurostar.
Retail sales for 2020 show largest annual fall since records began
Retail sales in 2020 saw the largest annual fall since records began in 1996, as retailers continued to suffer from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ellesmere Port: Kwarteng says government is working to save Vauxhall car plant
The government is working to persuade Vauxhall's parent company to commit to future production at its Ellesmere Port plant, Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has said.
Public sector borrowing hit £34.1bn in December
Public sector net borrowing reached £34.1bn in December - the third-highest monthly figure since records began in 1993.
US fund Great Hill in talks to buy Notonthehighstreet
A US-based investment firm is in advanced talks to buy Notonthehighstreet, the British-based online personalised gifts retailer.