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Facebook: is it ‘monetising misery’?
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Why we’re talking about . . .

Facebook: is it ‘monetising misery’?

Leaked documents revealed the social network’s ‘corporate hypocrisy’ 
24 Sep 2021
Universal Music: don’t stop me now…
Lucian Grainge is CEO of Universal Music Group
In Brief

Universal Music: don’t stop me now…

Investors are betting heavily that the ‘boom’ in music streaming ‘still has a long way to go’
24 Sep 2021
TalkTV: Murdoch’s challenge to GB News
Piers Morgan in 2019
In Depth

TalkTV: Murdoch’s challenge to GB News

Piers Morgan has been hired as the star of the new channel
23 Sep 2021
The Chase app: challenging the challengers
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon: fintech challenge
Expert’s view

The Chase app: challenging the challengers

JPMorgan Chase has launched a digital bank in London
23 Sep 2021
‘Netflix of sport’ DAZN in advanced talks to buy BT Sport 
DAZN cameraman
In Focus

‘Netflix of sport’ DAZN in advanced talks to buy BT Sport 

Deal would see the streaming company acquire Premier League rights
22 Sep 2021
Hopes fade for UK-US trade deal: what’s the alternative?
Boris Johnson and Joe Biden in the White House
Today’s big question

Hopes fade for UK-US trade deal: what’s the alternative?

London eyeing US-Mexico-Canada pact but economists say benefits of joining would be extremely limited
22 Sep 2021
Peloton checks in to hotels and health clubs for future growth 
Peloton exercise bikes
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Peloton checks in to hotels and health clubs for future growth 

Exercise equipment company going ‘beyond the home’ following Precor acquisition
22 Sep 2021

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How high could UK inflation rise?
Pound coins and bank note
Today’s big question

How high could UK inflation rise?

MP warns cost of living may be the ‘biggest political issue’ in the next decade
21 Sep 2021
Evergrande: why China’s property crisis matters for the world
A housing complex by Evergrande
Getting to grips with . . .

Evergrande: why China’s property crisis matters for the world

Investors fear collapse of debt-laden firm could trigger global financial contagion
21 Sep 2021
What the UK’s gas crisis means for customers
Gas hob
In Depth

What the UK’s gas crisis means for customers

A surge in global demand for gas has left smaller energy suppliers on the brink of collapse
20 Sep 2021
The baby shortage: how it could affect the UK’s future economy 
Babies
In Focus

The baby shortage: how it could affect the UK’s future economy 

Merits of ‘liberal pronatalism’ should be considered, a think tank study has said
20 Sep 2021
The gas crunch
The UK’s gas supplies are reliant on Russian pipelines
Getting to grips with . . .

The gas crunch

High gas prices are creating chaos in energy markets – and Britain is particularly vulnerable
17 Sep 2021
EasyJet/Wizz: battle for air supremacy 
Wizz Air and easyJet aircraft
In Brief

EasyJet/Wizz: battle for air supremacy 

‘Wizz’s cheeky takeover bid will have come as a blow to the corporate ego’
17 Sep 2021
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
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
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