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Covid: Uncertainty as industries miss out on job support
The chancellor's new wage top-up scheme to replace furlough is aimed at protecting "viable" roles.

Shoppers could pay more after no-deal Brexit
Tariffs could add £3bn to the cost of importing food and drink from the EU, a leading retail body warns.

'Shop early for Christmas or risk losing out'
With three months to go before the big day, online retailers warn shoppers need to buy early this year.

Sunak defends emergency jobs scheme
Wages will be topped up for six months, but chancellor says it is "impossible" to say how many jobs will be saved.

Harley-Davidson to exit world's biggest bike market
The iconic motorcycle company is pulling out of India as it struggles to sell its two-wheelers.

Rishi Sunak: VAT cut to be extended for hospitality sector
The chancellor has announced that a VAT cut to 5% across hospitality and tourism will be extended.

Job Support Scheme: How is furlough changing?
The government has announced a job support scheme for when furlough ends.

Rishi Sunak's post-furlough plan: At-a-glance
The chancellor sets out plans to protect jobs over the winter. Here's what you need to know.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Job Support Scheme and helping UK workers
The chancellor says it is "impossible" to predict the jobs market due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: What help are self-employed getting from government?
What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income?

Ford Bridgend closure: 'Journey into the unknown'
Bridgend contemplates its future as the car maker ends production after 40 years.

Covid: Morrisons limits sales of disinfectant and toilet rolls
The supermarket chain restricts sales of some ranges, including toilet rolls and disinfectants.

Fraudsters 'caught me in a spider's web'
Banks warn that fraudsters are gathering personal details by exploiting the coronavirus crisis.

Cineworld swings to huge loss after virus closures
The cinema chain warns it may need to raise more money in the event of further coronavirus restrictions.

China’s new richest person is a bottled water tycoon
Zhong Shanshan’s net worth reached $58.7bn thanks to his water and vaccine firms.

Pringles and Cadbury 'failing on recycled packaging'
KitKats and Babybel are among other big brands that did badly in the Which? recycling test.

Trump: Major carmakers sue US government over China tax
Tesla is the latest to object to the Trump administration's import duties on Chinese parts.

Coronavirus: Autumn Budget to be scrapped this year
"Now is not the right time to outline long-term plans," the Treasury says.

Westpac bank to pay record Australian fine over laundering breaches
Westpac failed to adequately report 19 million transactions, some allegedly linked to child exploitation.

'My bank is shutting my account because of Brexit'
Thousands of British expats living in the EU have been told their bank accounts are being closed.

Brexit: Why is it so hard to reach a deal?
Time is running out to reach a Brexit deal - what are the obstacles?

How much gold is there left to mine in the world?
Some experts believe we may have hit "peak gold" production in our pursuit of the precious metal.

'It’s OK to make losses early on'
The co-founder of Beans Coffee Club says it’s OK to make losses when you start your business, but make sure it’s money you can afford to lose.

Wigs: A new fashion trend for black men?
A start-up in London is on a mission to make wigs cool, with a focus on young, black men.

'Lack of investment' behind delayed court cases
Court cases face serious delays in the UK and lawyers say more investment in technology would help.

Coronavirus economy: The 'banker ladies' saving friends from debt
Amid a pandemic and economic crisis, minority communities turn to traditional saving methods to help.

'Mythical' Aston Martin Bulldog supercar being restored
Only one Bulldog was ever built but it was sold by the company 40 years ago to raise cash.

The black-owned coffee firm that became a bestseller
US firm Blk & Bold has seen sales surge this year on the back of the Black Lives Matter movement.

'I still spend so much time on the kids - that needs to change'
Sarah Dahia from Australia takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.

Fincen files: How British companies use banks to money launder
The office in Potters Bar has registered more than 100 companies that are named in the Fincen files – a leak of suspicious activity reports filed by banks.

'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it'
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.

'For me whale meat is my childhood, my memories'
Sales of whale meat rise in Norway, helped by more Norwegians going on staycations.

How e-commerce is exploding in South Africa
E-commerce has been one sector that has boomed in South Africa during the pandemic.

Coronavirus: How we faced redundancy in lockdown
Young people are losing more jobs than any other age group - Newsbeat has been speaking to some of them.

Teen entrepreneurs’ top business tips
Two young businessmen who started their ventures when they were at school share their advice on how to sustain your business during the pandemic.

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