November 10, 2021

‘Genuine struggle’ for graduate jobs as applicants per vacancy numbers hit record high – survey

Students graduating this year are likely to face more competition for jobs as the number of available positions falls short of pre-pandemic levels, according to the Institute of Student Employers (ISE).
November 10, 2021

US inflation hits highest level since 1990 at 6.2% as food and fuel prices surge

The annual rate of inflation has hit its highest level in more than three decades in the United States, fed by faster than expected rises in the cost of fuel and food.
November 10, 2021

Campaign to LV= takeover by Bain gathers pace ahead of vote deadline

It is seldom good news for an executive in the financial services sector when their company appears on the front page of the Daily Mail.
November 10, 2021

Activist fund Gatemore builds stake in furniture chain DFS

A serial activist investor in listed British retailers has turned its attention to DFS, the furniture chain, amid predictions that it could be a takeover target for private equity funds.
November 10, 2021

Halfords sees supply chain issues start to ease – after cycling sales fall 25%

Halfords has said supply chain problems are starting to ease after they led to a 25% fall in cycling sales.
November 10, 2021

City policy chief McGuinness’s 2022 exit triggers succession race

One of the most powerful jobs in the Square Mile will come up for grabs next year when Catherine McGuinness steps down as chair of the City of London Corporation's policy and resources committee.
November 10, 2021

‘I let myself down’: McDonald’s boss apologises for sending ‘racist’ text after child shootings

The chief executive of McDonald's has apologised after activists said a text he sent about shootings in Chicago was "ignorant, racist and unacceptable".
November 10, 2021

Bitter taste for Wetherspoons as cautious older customers stay away

Wetherspoons has suffered a pandemic hangover as cautious older drinkers stay away from its pubs.
November 10, 2021

Mass legal action against Google blocked by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has blocked a mass legal action against Google over claims that it secretly tracked millions of iPhone users' internet activity.
November 10, 2021

Can’t get to work because of bad weather? Your legal rights fact checked

BAD WEATHER has lashed the UK recently causing commuter chaos - what are your legal rights if you can't get to work?
November 10, 2021

Heart disease: Why going to bed at a certain time can lower your risk

HEART disease is one of the leading causes of premature death in the UK and regular bedtime hours could be linked to a lower risk, according to a new study.
November 10, 2021

When do Greggs Christmas menu items launch? How you can try new seasonal goodies

GREGGS is set to add a festive twist to its menu this month. While some Christmas menu items are already available to purchase, others are set to launch in the coming weeks. How can you get your hands on the Christmas beverages and bakes?