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Coronavirus: Greggs warns of tough times for 'foreseeable future' as it plans cuts
Greggs has warned that trading will remain "below normal for the foreseeable future" as it plans cost-cutting measures that could see jobs go.
Coronavirus: Mortgage approvals bounce back to highest level since 2007
Mortgage approvals rose to their highest level for nearly 13 years last month in the latest sign of a post-lockdown recovery in the housing market.
Coronavirus: Jobs that 'don't fit' with COVID-19 may take a 'long time to come back'
Jobs that "don't fit" with coronavirus may "take a long time to come back", a minister has warned.
Young's Seafood owner hires bankers to land IPO prize
The owner of Young's Seafood is lining up bankers to help it land the prize catch of a London stock market listing next year.
Coronavirus: Hotel Chocolat profits melt away as it counts cost of pandemic
Hotel Chocolat has seen profits melt away as it counts the cost of the pandemic.
Coronavirus: 'Unenforceable' rules to trigger hospitality sector collapse, lockdown city leaders warn
Liverpool, Leeds and Manchester face mass redundancies and "boarded-up high streets" amid a collapse of the hospitality sector unless coronavirus restrictions are reviewed, the cities' leaders have warned the government.
Apple's share price rises as iPhone 12 rumours grow - what's the gossip?
Apple's share price has been steadily increasing over the past week as rumours about the iPhone 12 continue to grow.
Coronavirus: 18 workers at Bernard Matthews turkey plant test positive for COVID-19
Eighteen workers at a Bernard Matthews turkey plant have tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Tory MPs threaten restrictions rebellion as Johnson promises post-COVID jobs revolution
Boris Johnson is launching a skills revolution to tackle coronavirus job losses, while battling against a Tory backlash over further COVID-19 restrictions.
Coronavirus: Care leavers are facing 'digital poverty' with no online access to education or work, campaigners say.
Care leavers are facing "digital poverty" without laptops or access to the internet, campaigners say.