Global Business News - From BBC

Covid: 'I earned less, but spent the same'
A new Couch to Financial Fitness programme aims to help people organise their finances post-pandemic.

Government pingdemic response chaotic, say food supply firms
Supply firms are having to fight to keep food on supermarket shelves, an industry body warns.

The experiences replacing closed High Street stores
Go-karts, bowling alleys and eateries have taken the place of closed retailers on the High Street.

Daily tests not self-isolation for police, fire, borders, transport and freight staff
Police, fire, borders and transport staff are now eligible in England, with 200 new test centres promised.

Covid: The holidaymakers having to self-isolate abroad
Some holidaymakers who tested positive for Covid while abroad are having to stay and self-isolate.

Covid: Food exemption scheme delayed until Monday
Iceland warns the move will not solve the issue of staff shortages in supermarkets themselves.

Rural vacuum for getting hold of cash
People living in rural areas have less chance of withdrawing or depositing cash nearby, research finds.

Covid: New testing plan will not work, warn firms
Industry body the CBI criticises government plans that allow some key staff to bypass the NHS Covid app.

Rail services face cuts as staff self-isolate
Operators say they may have to run fewer trains as more employees are hit by the "pingdemic".

Firm fined £2.6m for claiming clothes prevent Covid
Australian activewear company Lorna Jane is branded "exploitative" and "predatory" by a judge.

People splash out on food and drink for Euro 2020
Retail sales rose by 0.5% as millions stocked up on food and drink to watch the football tournament.

India Zomato: Shares of food delivery app soar on market debut
The firm's stock exchange listing sets the pace for other start-ups that are thriving in the pandemic.

Didi shares fall on reports China is planning penalties
The ride-hailing giant's shares are now down by more than 25% since their New York market debut last month.

How global conferences are using tech to stay in business
Moving events online kept the industry going during the pandemic and now they're here to stay.

Heatwave: The worst jobs to have when temperatures soar
Not all jobs are equal when it comes to working in extreme heat, but which are the worst?

Is there a solution to the hospitality staff crisis?
Aside from Covid and Brexit, are there other reasons for the shortage of hospitality workers?

CEO Secrets: 'Four-day weeks are good for business'
CEO Joe Munns says giving his workers a three-day weekend makes them happier and more productive.

The little tech firm gunning for an airspeed record
Electroflight has built the E-NXT which it hopes will break the electric airspeed record.

Using plastic waste to help solve sand shortages
With construction sand in short supply crushed plastic is being used as an alternative.

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