The government is currently paying part of the wages of more than 8 million furloughed workers.
The French carmaker announces a €2bn cost-cutting plan after seeing a collapse in sales.
A group of 113 MPs warns Rishi Sunak it is too soon to end a coronavirus support scheme for freelancers.
The UK's biggest building society says struggling applicants should be flagged to lenders.
Output fell by 99.7% from the same month last year as virus closes car plants.
For the first time, Twitter has hidden a tweet on the president's profile behind a warning.
Almost 3,000 jobs will be lost in Spain but the carmaker says its Sunderland factory will stay open.
Until now, the US has given Hong Kong favourable trading terms
Climate change: Go-ahead for controversial solar farm - the UK's biggest
In a country where state aid is frowned upon, the number of Americans receiving benefits has skyrocketed.
A cross-party group adds its voice to concerns about the government's plan to quarantine all arrivals.
The rules and rates of sick pay could leave people feeling compelled to work, unions say.
The airline says up to 30% of its workforce will go as it struggles with the slump in demand for air travel.
The department store will open at a nearby Westfield centre to ensure social distancing.
Videos of the red bikes being crushed were shared online after Uber sold its Jump business to Lime.
The US president's move follows a decision by Twitter to add a "fact-check" notice to his tweets.
Lockdown has inspired mass clear outs but charities ask customers to be selective with donation.
Nurse Sarah Balsdon bought a vending machine, filled it with snacks, then paid her children for chores.
A drop in travel due to the pandemic worsened the situation for the company, which was already in crisis.
A Canadian court has ruled that the extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou can continue.
The scheme to pay wages of workers on leave because of coronavirus has now cost £15bn.
A giant fund is proposed, some of it raised on capital markets, but several countries express doubts.
Non-essential shops can reopen in England next month, but will I be able to buy a book or have a haircut?
Buyer demand leapt when curbs on the sector were lifted in England, but may not last long-term, analysis says.
UN agency the International Labour Organisation warns of potential "lockdown generation".
The broadcaster’s new HDR experience will be available to Sky Q customers with certain set-top boxes.
It is the first time the social media giant has said one of Donald Trump's tweets could be misleading.
A large decline in advertising expenditure is hurting the sector, plus TV channels and newspapers.
How a fast-growing baby food firm saw investors pull out because of the Covid-19 crisis.
Some shops will reopen from June, but what needs to be in place to keep staff safe?
Mads Langer performs a drive-in concert for music fans in Copenhagen while social distancing.
You may have heard the term N95 but what does it mean and why are some masks rated higher than others?
Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban.
As companies hint at more home-working, how could our work culture be about to shift?
Patrick Coveney, is the boss of the UK's largest sandwich maker of pre-packaged sandwiches.
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This London hairdresser has spent thousands on a refit to make sure it can reopen safely
Perspex table dividers, one-way systems and social distancing are likely to be part of pub life.
From one way systems to not touching everything on the shelves - shopping will look very different.
Kim Yong-hee has spent nearly a year on a 20m traffic tower to protest against Samsung's zero-union policy.
Entrepreneur and ex-Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis talks to the BBC about how coronavirus has hit retail.
Coronavirus has cost the government hundreds of billions of pounds. How will we pay for it?
Mark Zuckerberg explains how the social network is responding to the Covid-19 crisis.
CEO Michael O'Leary tells BBC Radio 5 Live that measures to contain coronavirus have too many exemptions to be effective.
Gil Penalosa of urban reform group 8 80 Cities says lockdown is the right time to make cities more bike-friendly.
Robert Jenrick said he understood why it may seem "confusing" to allow viewings but not see family.
Babies born to surrogate mothers are stuck in Ukraine due to coronavirus lockdown measures.
Abba’s Björn Ulvaeus, co-writer of musical Mamma Mia!, says he fears for the future of the West End.
One way corridors and Perspex screens, the future of the office will look very different.
The Port of Lowestoft in Suffolk says the majority of its business is related to offshore energy.
Business Secretary Alok Sharma said employers have a duty of care for staff returning to work after lockdown.
Ray normally runs his family bakery, Rinkoffs, but is currently staying at home with his wife.
Sean Mallon's photos of an Aer Lingus Belfast-Heathrow flight showed passengers sitting close together.
A car factory worker turned cafe owner explains how coronavirus is affecting his business dream.
The chancellor says there have already been "tough times" as the coronavirus outbreak has an impact on the UK and warns "there will be more to come".
A petition calling for maternity leave to be extended due to coronavirus has attracted many signatures.
A pub delivering Guinness to people's homes during lockdown says it was operating within the law.
Firms will be able to borrow up to £50,000, which will be interest free for the first year.
Ojoma Idegwu, founder of plus-size fashion label Dear Curves, explains how she is adapting to coronavirus.
Social enterprise Brewgooder is helping people buy beers for those on the coronavirus front line.
Cheese shops and gun stores are among the services still open in locked down places around the world.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told reporters that Covid-19 will cause "hardship ahead".
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