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Apple event product launches: iPhone 13, Watch Series 7 and more
iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini come in five aluminium colours
In Focus

Apple event product launches: iPhone 13, Watch Series 7 and more

What the tech experts said about the new devices
16 Sep 2021
The Future Fund
Rishi Sunak: picking winners?
Expert’s view

The Future Fund

Back to the future, eclectica and an awkward case study
16 Sep 2021
Britain’s dream home revealed
Homes by the sea
The wish list

Britain’s dream home revealed

Rightmove study finds the must-haves for property buyers
15 Sep 2021
House prices fall as stamp duty holiday tapered
City of London aerial view
In Focus

House prices fall as stamp duty holiday tapered

For the eighth consecutive month the capital is the region with the lowest annual growth 
15 Sep 2021
Most expensive towns in England outside of London
Virginia Water is home to the Wentworth Golf Club
In Depth

Most expensive towns in England outside of London

Virginia Water in Surrey is top of Zoopla’s property rich list
15 Sep 2021
Returning to the office? Here are the best backpacks for commuters
Best backpacks
The wish list

Returning to the office? Here are the best backpacks for commuters

With prices ranging from £25 to £550
14 Sep 2021
UK travel industry ‘choked’ by Covid restrictions
Covid-19 test centre at Heathrow Terminal 5
In Focus

UK travel industry ‘choked’ by Covid restrictions

Seven in ten firms planning redundancies as holiday bookings collapse
14 Sep 2021

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Specs appeal: will privacy concerns hit Facebook smart glasses sales?
Ray-Ban Stories
In Focus

Specs appeal: will privacy concerns hit Facebook smart glasses sales?

Tech giant has partnered with Ray-Ban to launch internet-connected eyewear 
13 Sep 2021
The Ronaldo effect: what big players mean for the finances of major football clubs
Pin badges showing face of Cristiano Ronaldo
Expert’s view

The Ronaldo effect: what big players mean for the finances of major football clubs

Manchester United hoping to cash in big after securing the Portuguese star’s signature on two-year contract
13 Sep 2021
Cash bonuses, yoga and ‘canine clauses’: how the City is luring back its workers
The London Metal Exchange
Business Briefing

Cash bonuses, yoga and ‘canine clauses’: how the City is luring back its workers

Employers are dangling carrots, but the September return looks hesitant
10 Sep 2021
The latest casualty of Britain’s staff shortages
Hotel staff member changing bed sheets
Business Briefing

The latest casualty of Britain’s staff shortages

Some hotel managers report that staff are washing linen at home because frazzled laundry providers cannot guarantee delivery
9 Sep 2021
Ten handy financial and legal solutions
Man and woman consulting finances
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Ten handy financial and legal solutions

Get expert help in navigating the worlds of money and law
8 Sep 2021
Will breaking his tax pledge ‘define’ Johnson’s premiership?
Boris Johnson
Behind the scenes

Will breaking his tax pledge ‘define’ Johnson’s premiership?

Senior Tories warn that plan to fund social care could provoke ‘significant backlash’
7 Sep 2021
Britain’s supply chain crisis explained
Pigs
Getting to grips with . . .

Britain’s supply chain crisis explained

Stocks in shops and warehouses have slumped to their lowest levels since 1983
3 Sep 2021
The scourge of high inflation
A general view is seen of the Bank of England in London
In Depth

The scourge of high inflation

Western economies haven’t faced rapidly rising inflation rates for decades. Is that about to change?
3 Sep 2021
Unions of all kinds are flexing their muscles
Amazon warehouse
Between the lines

Unions of all kinds are flexing their muscles

New Unite union boss Sharon Graham has promised to make every UK workplace ‘action ready’ and vowed to take on Amazon
3 Sep 2021
Is coffee running out?
Raul Arboleda/AFP via Getty Images
In Depth

Is coffee running out?

Disruption caused by Vietnamese Covid restrictions is causing concern for the global supply
2 Sep 2021
Supermarket sweep: investors go ‘wild in the aisles’
Sainsbury’s supermarket
In Brief

Supermarket sweep: investors go ‘wild in the aisles’

The excitement around Morrisons is proving ‘contagious’ – is Sainsbury’s next?
27 Aug 2021
‘Not Greggs too’: can the government fix food shortages before Christmas?
Greggs bakery
Today’s big question

‘Not Greggs too’: can the government fix food shortages before Christmas?

Supply-chain issues leave supermarkets and restaurants unable to serve up favourite goods
26 Aug 2021
Buying British stocks
Bank of England and Royal Exchange in the City of London
Expert’s view

Buying British stocks

Fresh eye, takeover talk and British stodge
26 Aug 2021
Seacations: domestic cruises a ‘real success story’ 
The Royal Princess, Princess Cruises
In Focus

Seacations: domestic cruises a ‘real success story’ 

Sailings around Britain have proved popular according to a report by Cruise.co.uk
25 Aug 2021
French wine industry hit by wildfires and ‘historic’ low harvest 
A firefighting helicopter flies above a wildfire near the Château des Bertrands winery in the Var region of Provence, France 
In Depth

French wine industry hit by wildfires and ‘historic’ low harvest 

Rosé wine-growing areas in Provence were devastated by the blaze
24 Aug 2021
Labour’s ‘new deal’ for working people explained
Keir Starmer
Getting to grips with . . .

Labour’s ‘new deal’ for working people explained

Party promising to overhaul welfare, increase job security and boost training
24 Aug 2021
Tim Cook: the supply chain guy who became ‘Christ 2.0’
Apple CEO Tim Cook
Profile

Tim Cook: the supply chain guy who became ‘Christ 2.0’

The 60-year-old is celebrating a decade as boss of the tech giant
23 Aug 2021
Nando’s to microchips: why shortages are hard to predict
Nando's restaurant
Expert’s view

Nando’s to microchips: why shortages are hard to predict

Fast-food chain’s recent problems highlight weaknesses in how businesses forecast supply and demand
23 Aug 2021
Brexit and Covid threaten Christmas turkeys
Turkeys
In Brief

Brexit and Covid threaten Christmas turkeys

Supply is predicted to drop by 20% this festive season owing to staff shortages
20 Aug 2021
The US takeover of UK defence 
Ultra’s technologies are used in the Eurofighter
Why we’re talking about . . .

The US takeover of UK defence 

Sell-off of key defence assets is hardly conducive to an independent foreign policy
20 Aug 2021
BHP: London’s lost bauble
BHP Mt Arthur coal mine in Australia
In Brief

BHP: London’s lost bauble

Anglo-Australian mining giant is shifting its primary stock-listing to Sydney 
19 Aug 2021
Making money: what the experts think
Michael Burry: a new target in sight
Expert’s view

Making money: what the experts think

Burryed alive, feeling peaky and stalling house prices
19 Aug 2021
1.65m jobs advertised in the UK - but 1m roles remain ‘in peril’
Photographers
The latest on . . .

1.65m jobs advertised in the UK - but 1m roles remain ‘in peril’

Recruitment postings soar due to labour shortages with photographers, farm workers and plasterers all in demand 
16 Aug 2021
Britain for sale
Union Flag pound coins
Why we’re talking about . . .

Britain for sale

The world is vying for UK companies. Why aren’t the locals interested?
13 Aug 2021
Gold’s ‘flash crash’: what the experts think
Gold bars
Expert’s view

Gold’s ‘flash crash’: what the experts think

Bad news, good news and a loss of faith
13 Aug 2021
Frasers Group: keeping it in the family
Mike Ashley
Behind the scenes

Frasers Group: keeping it in the family

Mike Ashley is passing the reins of his high street empire to his prospective son-in-law
12 Aug 2021
What are the top ten best-selling used cars in the UK?
Ford Fiesta was the most popular used car in Q2 2021
The latest on . . .

What are the top ten best-selling used cars in the UK?

Lack of new models due to global chip shortage drives second-hand car sales
11 Aug 2021
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