November 17, 2021

Ex-F1 boss Jordan revs up £3bn counterbid for Playtech

Eddie Jordan, the former Formula One (F1) team-owner, is part of a consortium plotting a £3bn-plus counterbid for Playtech, the gaming software provider at the centre of a bidding war.
November 17, 2021

Vitamin D diet: The small vegetable that can provide ‘100 percent’ of your daily intake

VITAMIN D is often in short supply during the winter months, but incorporating more of one vegetable, in particular, could help to strengthen your overall health during the cold season. How much do you need to eat?
November 17, 2021

David Cameron quits Afiniti role after sex claims against founder of software firm

David Cameron has resigned from his role with software company Afiniti after its founder was accused of sexual harassment and assault.
November 17, 2021

Employers urged to stop asking women about salary history as gender pay gap increases

Companies are being urged to stop asking prospective employees about their previous salary due to concerns it is keeping women on lower wages than men - as a report shows the gender pay gap has increased by more than 1% compared to last year.
November 17, 2021

Covid booster vaccine: More side effects likely for third jab – here is why

WHETHER or not you are offered the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna Covid vaccine is down to the supplies available on the day at the local pharmacy or vaccine centre that you attend.
November 17, 2021

Thugs strip £10,000 of parts from ‘devastated’ woman’s Toyota outside her home

SHOCKING photographs show the devastation after £10,000 worth of parts were brazenly stolen off a Toyota outside the owner's home.
November 17, 2021

Numis reports itself to watchdog after retracting memo about THG ‘irregularities’

Numis, the London-listed investment bank, has been plunged into turmoil after retracting allegations about "irregularities in accounting" at the online beauty and nutrition retailer THG - a company it helped to float on the London Stock Exchange just o...
November 17, 2021

Sage hits £1bn cloud sales – but the UK software giant divides opinion among investors

Since the takeover of chip designer Arm Holdings in 2016, months after the Brexit vote, the accolade of being Britain's biggest listed tech company has fallen to Sage.
November 17, 2021

Greggs vegan sausage roll hit by supply chain disruption

Greggs has admitted that its vegan sausage rolls are being hit by supply chain disruption.
November 17, 2021

Premier League chairman Gary Hoffman confirms January exit

Premier League chairman Gary Hoffman has confirmed plans to step down after 18 months in the job.
November 17, 2021

Cornwall ‘ruined!’ Locals furious as property market hit by ‘incredibly high demand’

CORNWALL sees thousands of people visit its beaches and stunning surroundings each year. In the last year, many Britons have even purchased second homes in the area. What does this mean for Cornish locals?
November 17, 2021

Inflation rise, Amazon vs Visa, and cutting some Slack

Ian King speaks to the head of economics at the British Chambers of Commerce about the latest inflation figures.