Sales of tickets direct to consumers by Trainline, the online rail ticket booking service, are far outstripping the return of passengers to Britain’s railways.
Aston Martin may be languishing in the wrong half of the Formula One motor racing constructors’ championship, but Lawrence Stroll intends to change that with a new £200 million facility at Silverstone.
Apple has issued a software patch to block so-called “zero-click” spyware that could infect iPhones and iPads.
The UK government has become a shareholder in more than 150 companies during the Covid crisis, including a kombucha drinks maker, a bespoke ship builder and a knitting and crochet supplier, data reveals.
Ocado has said it expects to spend up to £5m hiring and paying delivery drivers amid a nationwide Brexit-related shortage, as it announced a £10m loss related to a warehouse fire in July.
The number of rental properties on the market in seaside towns has fallen as landlords have tried to cash in on the staycation boom.
The general secretary of the UK’s biggest union has warned this could be the year of industrial action over pay as workers “feel they have had enough” with low wages, a national insurance rise and universal credit cut after working hard during the pandemic.
Free breakfast, candy floss on demand or a gift of corporate-branded merchandise – these are just some of the perks and incentives being offered by office-based employers to entice their workers back to their desks after a year and a half at home.
Known globally as a sustainable pioneer that supports countless green-focused workplaces, Lyreco UK & Ireland has extended its leadership credentials in the area of corporate sustainability with the appointment of Andrew Bryers (MSc, MBA), into the newly created role of Head of Corporate Sustainability.
The Post Office, which has been helping to deliver Britain’s mail since the 17th century, is to begin handling packages for Amazon, the great delivery disruptor of the 21st century.
More Europeans are looking for work in Britain since the end of lockdown restrictions, but job searches from the Continent remain far lower than they were before the pandemic.