February 2, 2021

Ryanair ordered to remove ‘irresponsible’ Jab and Go advert

Ryanair has been ordered to remove an "irresponsible" advert depicting misleading claims about coronavirus vaccinations by the advertising watchdog.
February 2, 2021

SpaceX Starship prototype explodes (again) after (another) failed landing

A SpaceX Starship prototype rocket has exploded on landing after an experimental launch in Texas.
February 2, 2021

Chancellor under pressure to increase legacy benefits

The chancellor is under pressure to increase benefit payments to more than two million vulnerable people who missed out on last year's £20 per week boost to Universal Credit, with one Conservative MP saying it was "vital we don't forget them and l...
February 2, 2021

Jeff Bezos to step down as CEO as Amazon Christmas quarter sales exceed $100bn

Amazon has announced its founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is to step down from running the business as it reported record revenues for its core Christmas quarter, topping $100bn for the first time with help from the coronavirus pandemic.
February 2, 2021

Amazon unveils Helix building as centrepiece of new campus – some compare it to poop emoji

Amazon has unveiled a 350-foot, 22-story Helix building for its new campus to a mixed reception, with some cheekily comparing it to the poop emoji.
February 2, 2021

GameStop share frenzy stopped in its tracks as value plunges 50%

Shares targeted by armchair investors to inflict losses on hedge funds this year have fallen sharply in a sign the activism may have peaked.
February 2, 2021

Five charts that reveal how remote working could change the UK

A new economic model of how remote working is developing reveals some interesting results.
February 2, 2021

Moonpig shares hog London limelight after £1.2bn market debut

Moonpig shares have risen by up to 25% on their London stock market debut.
February 2, 2021

High street closures: how private equity helps push firms to the brink

Thankfully, a growing number of private equity firms are trying to invest more responsibly.
February 2, 2021

January transfer spending slumps as pandemic hits football finances

Premier League clubs spent just £70m in the January transfer window, the lowest level since 2012, as the coronavirus pandemic weighed on their finances, new figures from Deloitte show.
February 2, 2021

Ferrovial in new bid to sell UK outsourcer Amey

Ferrovial, the Spanish infrastructure giant, is preparing a fresh effort to offload Amey, paving the way for one of Britain's biggest outsourcers to change ownership.
February 2, 2021

Tesla issues voluntary recall for more than 100,000 cars

Tesla customers are today receiving an email alerting them to a voluntary recall of Model S and Model X vehicles due to a malfunctioning touchscreen.