September 15, 2020

Thomas Cook is back selling holidays as pandemic shocks tourism

Thomas Cook is back selling holidays almost a year after its dramatic collapse which forced the UK authorities to repatriate 150,000 holidaymakers and put 9,000 people out of a job.
September 15, 2020

Apple releases new Watch and iPad, but no sign of the iPhone 12

Apple has launched a range of new products in its September event, but - for the first time in years - it has not released a new iPhone.
September 15, 2020

Dennis Nilsen: How Des killer could have been caught MUCH sooner

DENNIS NILSEN - whose horrific crimes have been turned into the ITV show Des - could have been apprehended sooner, criminologists have claimed.
September 15, 2020

New Look restructuring deal secures 11,000 jobs

New Look has secured support for a restructuring plan that safeguards thousands of jobs.
September 15, 2020

How the COVID-19 pandemic is rewriting the rules for those looking for work

"I want a job, that's what I really want. If I can work I'm happy."
September 15, 2020

OVO sparks interest in £300m fundraising plan

The newest entrant to the group of companies which dominate Britain’s retail energy market is to raise £300m from a share sale as it pursues further international expansion and further investment in its technology platform.
September 15, 2020

Apple is starting a war over privacy with iOS 14 – publishers are naive if they think it will back down

Facebook relies on targeted ads for a large proportion of its income, and reacted with fury over Apple's new privacy opt-in.
September 15, 2020

Hundreds of jobs saved as Victoria’s Secret secures Next chapter

Next has agreed a deal that will resurrect Victoria's Secret UK and save 500 jobs.
September 15, 2020

Lessons from the gig economy for transforming public services

Under municipal control, or through public-private partnerships, platforms technology could transform service delivery to citizens.
September 15, 2020

Supermarkets miss out on £155m as consumers tempted by Eat Out To Help Out

Shoppers spent £155m less in supermarkets last month as the Eat Out To Help Out scheme tempted consumers back to restaurants and pubs, according to industry data.
September 15, 2020

KPMG abandons pension cuts after employees’ legal threat

One of Britain’s big four accountancy firms has been forced to abandon plans to slash the sums it pays into thousands of employees’ pension pots following the threat of legal action.
September 15, 2020

How millions of veterans were returned to civilian work en masse after WWII

Demobilisation of millions after an abrupt end to war led to a political crisis 75 years ago.