Almost one in three employees are planning to keep working from home after the coronavirus restrictions end, according to a survey.
Aston Martin’s first DBX rolled off the production line of its St Athan factory in South Wales yesterday with the new SUV marking a ‘milestone moment’ for the British luxury marque.
Boots is to cut 4,000 jobs after its American parent company wrote down the value of the British health and beauty chain by $2 billion.
Campaigner Simon Dolan is to reignite his lockdown battle with the Government by launching an appeal against the decision denying him permission to bring a Judicial Review over the measures.
Shaw & Co, the specialist corporate finance advisory firm has announced that it has helped existing client, Swindon-based Fundamentals Limited (Fundamentals) to secure a £2 million emergency CBILS loan from Lloyds Bank.
Demand for buying art online continues to soar, as online art marketplace, Artfinder, records its best sales quarter in its seven year history, with 120% sales growth on 2019.
A new report from The Entrepreneurs Network argues that small firms should make better use of digital technologies to tackle the sluggish productivity which characterised the pre-Covid economy and bounce back faster post lockdown.
The chancellor warned of “profound economic challenges” as he unveiled a £30bn package of measures to tackle the crisis with his announcement being met with decided mixed views.
Rishi Sunak has announced that every Brit will be given discount for restaurants in a ‘creative’ new scheme to help save the hospitality industry.