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Some companies have thrived in the most challenging of circumstances.

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Live events are returning, but not as we know them.

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The CMA said its in-depth investigation found that the deal is unlikely to lead to any substantial lessening of competition in wholesale services.

Holly Williams
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The company told investors on Tuesday that it slid to a £17.7 million pre-tax loss for the 26 weeks to December 26.

Henry Saker-Clark
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The budget carrier said it expects to fly up to 20% of 2019 capacity levels between April and June.

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The group said about 850 of the job cuts would be made across its UK operations, with the remainder overseas.

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Consumers are looking forward to returning to shops, beer gardens, gyms and hairdressers as restrictions ease into step two.

Josie Clarke
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From Monday, Homebase garden centres will open in Next stores in Shoreham, Ipswich, Warrington, Camberley, Bristol and Sheffield.

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Checks and balances make a critical contribution to project success.

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Three out of five workers plan to learn new skills, gain qualifications or change their career altogether as a result of the Covid outbreak, a new ...

Alan Jones
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The deal will see JLL take over a third of the office space in one of British Land’s big developments.

August Graham
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Housebuilders have been boosted by large infrastructure projects and the stamp duty holiday for some homes.

August Graham
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Demand for average, boring office space, especially in London, is likely to fall away, say recruiters.

Alan Jones
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Large amounts of renewable power helped push pollution from electricity down to a new low on Monday lunchtime, National Grid ESO said.

Emily Beament
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The retailers outlined what customers can expect to see when they return to bricks and mortar shopping after more than three months in lockdown.

Josie Clarke