President Biden poured cold water on the prospect of a UK-US trade deal at his first White House meeting with Boris Johnson last night, as ministers discussed plans to join a North American free-trade pact instead.
Uber Technologies could post its first profit on an adjusted basis for the current quarter, reaching the elusive milestone sooner than expected as online food ordering surges and ride bookings recover from pandemic lows.
Pret A Manger will today signal its return from the brink of disaster by revealing its ambition to double in size over the next five years.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has announced an agreement with CF Fertilisers to ensure the continued supply of CO2 to UK businesses
Britain’s worst labour market shortages in decades are being driven by employers struggling to recruit low-paid workers, research suggests, while vacancies in other areas are still significantly below pre-pandemic levels.
The UK has added a breed of Welsh lamb and watercress to its new protected food category scheme, set up to protect regional British foods after the UK departed a similar European scheme post-Brexit.
Employees will be able to request the right to work at home from their first day on the job under reforms to be announced this week.
The world’s largest franchisor of home service brands, has announced the acquisition of Pimlico Plumbers, central London’s leading independent residential and commercial service and maintenance company.
Andy Haldane, the former Bank of England chief economist appointed on Sunday as the head of the government’s levelling up taskforce, has described his new task as “one of the signature challenges of our time”.
Kwasi Kwarteng, the business secretary, will hold an emergency summit with gas industry chiefs on Monday morning in an effort to contain the fallout caused by soaring market prices on consumers and businesses.