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Apple and Ireland win appeal over EU's €13bn tax demand
Apple and Ireland have won an appeal against an EU order that the tech giant pay the country €13bn (£11.6bn) in back taxes.
Coronavirus: Burberry to cut hundreds of jobs as crisis inflicts 'severe impact' on sales
Burberry has announced plans to cut hundreds of jobs as the luxury brand plots a fightback from a collapse in sales at the height of the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus: Buzz Bingo to cut 570 jobs and shut 26 clubs in rescue deal
Buzz Bingo has announced plans to shut 26 of its clubs with the loss of 570 jobs under a coronavirus crisis rescue deal.
Coronavirus: Biffa faces investor backlash over £100m share placing
The waste recycling group Biffa is facing a bloody nose over its decision to raise funds to pursue acquisitions during the coronavirus pandemic after being criticised by influential shareholder groups.
Trump and China respond to UK's ban on Huawei
Donald Trump has welcomed Britain's decision to block Huawei from its 5G network - while China's ambassador to the UK said it was "disappointing and wrong".
Coronavirus: Lack of summer fashion discounts blamed for rise in inflation
The rate of inflation rose unexpectedly in June because the coronavirus crisis delayed the usual summer sales season at fashion retailers, according to official figures.
Coronavirus: Sony 'to double PS5 production to meet demand due to pandemic'
Sony is reportedly boosting production of the upcoming PlayStation 5 console with an expectation that home entertainment demand will be higher due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Will the hospitality industry pass on VAT cuts to consumers?
The hospitality and tourism sectors are set to benefit from a reduction in VAT from today - but there are concerns the savings might not be passed on to consumers.
Spain's population to halve and Nigeria to be dominant global power within 80 years, report predicts
The global population is likely to shrink after the middle of this century, triggering shifts in economic power, a new report suggests.
Coronavirus: Barber reopens at stroke of midnight as Scotland's lockdown eases
A young barber is among the first in the latest group of businesses to begin trading again on the first day of Scotland's relaxed lockdown.