Avro and Green collapse, with hundreds of thousands of customers facing higher bills with new suppliers.
Empty supermarket shelves may become commonplace as labour shortages bite, industry bodies say.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says private Covid testing firms cannot supply enough lateral flow tests.
The US supplier of CO2, which will receive millions in UK taxpayer support to reopen, will hike prices.
The PM admits the UK is now aiming only for "incremental steps" on US trade, rather than a full agreement.
Total losses through fraud rockets by 30% in the first half of the year, with many victims not refunded.
The National Audit Office says 134,000 pensioners, mostly women, were affected by a preventable scandal.
The coffee and sandwich chain plans to hire 3,000 staff after cutting same number in 2020.
Boss Brian Chesky says people are increasingly combining business and leisure travel thanks to remote working.
The company is also due to make a $83.5m interest payment on an offshore bond on Thursday.
The Public Accounts Committee is "increasingly alarmed" about key parts of the rail project.
The US president's comments come as he meets Boris Johnson for talks in the White House.
Energy supplier Green is the latest firm to announce it is struggling to cope with the gas price crisis.
The announcement is the country's latest climate pledge and a major step forward to address emissions.
The competition watchdog has been asked whether major record labels are distorting the market.
Only 20% still wear masks at train stations now it is no longer compulsory, according to Network Rail.
Airlines and airports say they need a date for when PCR tests are removed so they don't lose out on bookings.
Many companies in Germany are focused on short-term survival in the hope of medium-term revival.
Meet the online content creators beating the odds to build successful careers from their passions.
A Swedish tech firm has created an app to help alleviate people's joint pain.
Meet the founder on a 10-year mission to disrupt Japan's rigid work culture.
Younger Americans are reviving US labour activism amid stagnant wages and Covid hardship.
The pandemic led to around 1m UK adults learning an instrument and many taking music lessons.
Planning for a maternity leave when you're the boss of a fast-growing company.
A shortage of vessels is hampering global trade and may lead to empty shelves before Christmas.
Some indigenous groups say the planned office in Cape Town is on culturally important land.
Running your own popular YouTube channel can be lucrative, but it comes with downsides.
House prices have surged in many parts of the UK - and in one district they have risen by 29% in a year.
A Harvard University project will explore whether social media can be de-toxed
How women born in the 1950s had their retirement plans upended by state pension age changes.
Why it took a TikTok primate to turn a forty-year-old idea into a global hit
New York Fashion Week marks a tentative return - but how did supermodels keep working through Covid?
Leanne Cahill, CEO of Bravissimo, shares her journey from shop floor to boardroom in retail.
Artificial intelligence is getting better at penning code but still a long way from working alone.
Sales of business cards have fallen sharply as a result of the pandemic.
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A surge in holiday bookings is expected after simplified travel rules were announced in England on Friday.
Traffic light system to be reduced to a single red list and testing to be based on vaccination status.
Canada's skyrocketing housing costs have become a key election issue this year.
Tesco supermarket has launched a zero-waste shopping service, providing customers with containers.
Ros Atkins looks at why there's a lack of drivers and how it's affecting UK businesses.
Gillian Tee, boss of care services provider Homage, shares what she has learned so far.
Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee was criticised after he teamed up with high street retailer H&M.
UN experts say rapid innovative solutions are needed to end our dependency on fossil fuels. Could this new project provide an answer?
From squabbles and lies to what they'd do if they won the lottery, we pose the awkward questions.
With fast fashion brands coming under increasing pressure, the CEO of Boohoo says the company are taking action to be more sustainable.
Band Tankus the Henge negotiates touring in France, their first trip there since Brexit rules were imposed.
Some banks are not refunding customers' losses as they should be under a new code, a regulator says.
An exhibition is dedicated to decades of women who have worked in the industry on the east coast.
Holding the world's biggest sporting event comes with a hefty price tag
A fraudster threatens a BBC reporter during a call supposedly from his bank after a text scam.
An Australian craft brewery is using microalgae to turn their carbon emissions into oxygen.
A Scottish fisherman says post-Brexit rules means three hours worth of paperwork for each EU order.
Pet influencers have become the latest social media stars with the pandemic fuelling content demand.
As financial support reduces, we hear from a worker who has been on and off furlough for 15 months.
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