Morrisons says the offer from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice "significantly undervalues the business".
Disruption in the shipping industry is creating a shortage of goods - and consumers face higher prices.
A firm making wire fairy sculptures has been hit by scammers using adverts on the social media network.
But the ex-business secretary says there is also a mental health issue, with some fearful of returning.
Passengers react after MSC Cruises overbooks trips ahead of postponed Covid restriction lift.
But the drug-maker faces hefty fines if it fails to supply doses of Covid-19 vaccine over the summer.
The Harry Potter publisher will require all staff to be vaccinated before they return to offices.
The reopening of hospitality firms saw food sales drop, but people spent money on outdoor furniture.
The pandemic and Brexit hit exports in the first three months of the year, says the Food and Drink Federation.
The lingerie firm's cancelled show could be "re-imagined" as it attempts a "dramatic" shift in the brand.
The latest four-week delay to unlocking restrictions has pushed an additional 5,000 gigs into doubt.
China's biggest technology companies have been coming under increasing scrutiny both at home and abroad.
In their lawsuit, a group of men say they were forced to work on cocoa firms in Ivory Coast.
More than 30 women say private or non-consensual videos of them were uploaded to the site.
UK faces shortage of home-reared chickens as EU workers stay away, says trade group.
James Watt has promised an independent review of the beer company after fierce criticism from ex-staff.
Many firms face county court judgements for unpaid rent despite the moratorium on commercial evictions.
The Treasury was "reluctant" to say the scheme could be used this way, emails from a civil servant suggest.
A deal between the UK and US means tariffs on goods such as Scotch whisky will be suspended for five years.
The global cruise line industry is hoping to now recover from the pandemic, but problems remain.
A shrinking proportion of buyers see it as a gamble, but the regulator warns they could lose the lot.
The bosses of two travel firms say the Balearic islands should be on the green list for safe travel.
By sifting and analysing huge amounts of data, market researchers say they can find out what's on your mind.
Snack boss Nick Coleman started his firm for under £500 as a bet. It now turns over £6m a year.
As demand for electric cars grows, giant battery factories are being built across Europe.
From Ireland to Israel, companies are coming to the aid of the environmentally critical insect.
How Brazil's "Favela LinkedIn" and "Street Presidents" schemes are providing jobs for young people.
The rise of email "newsletter" providers that allow writers to directly connect with readers.
Matthew Gross, founder and CEO of digital education platform Newsela, shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.
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Luca Maggiora, the owner of London’s Cuckoo Club says the pandemic forced him into £700k of debt.
Countries around the world have borrowed staggering amounts to deal with the pandemic. But where does a government borrow that money from - and can it ever be paid back?
More than 600 million people aged 15-24 are thought to be unemployed, with women most affected.
Workers in Thailand's Covid-hit tourism industry talk about their hopes and fears for the future.
Milos is among those aiming to become "Covid-free" by vaccinating all residents and workers.
Covid has worsened the crisis for shopping centres; what can be done with the spaces?
Butlin's holiday resort in Skegness, Lincolnshire, welcomed back visitors and staff this week.
At 170m long, "Florence" is the largest ever tunnelling machine to be used on a UK rail project.
Andrew Barr says cracks were found on a number of Hitachi 800 trains following an inspection.
Tara Tomes of East Village PR firm in Birmingham explains why she's ditching the office.
The jailing of Post Office staff after software problems is “one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in our history”, Boris Johnson says.
Former postmasters react after judges quash their convictions in the UK's most widespread miscarriage of justice.
The convictions of 39 Post Office branch managers have been overturned, but for one family it is too little, too late.
Robin Brant talks through five companies showcasing electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show.
A new authentication scheme is launching in the UK to help spot counterfeit trainers.
Entrepreneur George James thought clients would be put off by his youth but turned his weakness into a strength.
Unable to have guests due to the pandemic, a fine dining restaurant in Amsterdam turns to takeaways.
Excitement, relief and cocktails flowed as bars and non-essential shops reopened in Liverpool.
Bravissimo's Leanne Cahill explains how her shops will work when they reopen after lockdown.
Andrew Flintham also says the package holiday business is much quicker with refunds than last year.
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