November 12, 2021

Why Toshiba and Johnson & Johnson are the latest corporate behemoths doing the splits

Three is a trend, so the saying goes.
November 12, 2021

AstraZeneca, Toshiba, and happy staff

Today Ian King is discussing COVID vaccine maker AstraZeneca's decision to move away from its at-cost model and aim to make a "modest profit" from the jabs.
November 12, 2021

Labour shortages: which jobs are seeing the biggest rise in demand?

Driving instructors and prison officers saw the biggest increase in demand for recruiters last week as job ads hit a record high, new data suggests.
November 12, 2021

Burger King picks banks to serve up £600m London flotation

The owner of Burger King's British operations has picked two banks to serve up a whopper of a London float next year.
November 12, 2021

AstraZeneca eyes ‘modest’ profit from COVID-19 vaccine

Drugs firm AstraZeneca has said it plans to start earning a "modest" profit from its COVID-19 vaccine having previously sold it at cost.
November 12, 2021

John Lewis denies copying band’s arrangement for its Christmas ad music

John Lewis has denied accusations that it copied a little-known band's arrangement of the electro-pop song Together In Electric Dreams for this year's Christmas advert.
November 12, 2021

China’s Singles’ Day sees sales growth slow as ‘worship of turnover’ criticised

China's Singles' Day shopping event has chalked up slower growth this year after a more muted approach from online retail giant Alibaba.
November 11, 2021

Are hydrogen vehicles the future? Sky’s Adam Boulton puts a hydrogen-powered digger to the test

Transport accounts for around a quarter of the world's carbon emissions. The bulk of that comes from road vehicles and heavy machines.
November 11, 2021

Train drivers threaten to strike over Night Tube, as Uber hikes London fares by 10% to woo new drivers

Tube drivers have threatened to walk out later this month when the Night Tube service is due to restart.
November 11, 2021

Sainsbury’s, Tesco and other supermarkets recall cold and flu capsules over safety concern

MAJOR supermarket chains have recalled batches of cold and flu capsules due to a labelling error which overstated the safe maximum daily dose for children. The decision to pull the products off the shelves came in response to a recall issued by the Med...
November 11, 2021

Are you in line for a cut to your bill? Water company performance penalties are revealed

The customers of a number of water companies are set to receive a share of a £67m windfall after the firms failed to meet regulatory standards.
November 11, 2021

Camilla wears meaningful dark green brooch for Armistice Day event without Prince Charles

CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL stepped out wearing a diamond brooch and diamond and pearl earrings for her public appearance today.