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Mandatory vaccines for Bloomsbury office staff
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Working from home - can I keep doing it?
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Music fans holding tickets to thousands of shows
By Rebecca Wearn
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The latest four-week delay to unlocking restrictions has pushed an additional 5,000 gigs into doubt.
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UK food and drink exports to the EU almost halve
The pandemic and Brexit hit exports in the first three months of the year, says the Food and Drink Federation.
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Retail sales fall in May as shoppers dine out
The reopening of hospitality firms saw food sales drop, but people spent money on outdoor furniture.
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Victoria’s Secret mulls return of new look show
By Dearbail Jordan
Business reporter, BBC News
The lingerie firm's cancelled show could be "re-imagined" as it attempts a "dramatic" shift in the brand.
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Meat sector warns of Brexit production squeeze
By Tom Espiner
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UK faces shortage of home-reared chickens as EU workers stay away, says trade group.
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Brewdog boss sorry for staff 'pain' as vows review
James Watt has promised an independent review of the beer company after fierce criticism from ex-staff.
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9:47 17 Jun
David Guetta sells his songs for a nine-figure sum
By Mark Savage
BBC music reporter
Warner Music acquires the dance producer's back catalogue in a deal worth more than $100m.
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8:17 17 Jun
Scotch whisky tariffs suspended in UK-US deal
A deal between the UK and US means tariffs on goods such as Scotch whisky will be suspended for five years.
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7:15 17 Jun
Welsh firms 'left in the dark' over firebreak
Business leaders say companies have been given just hours to prepare for the national lockdown.
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5:14 17 Jun
'NI Executive must cut childcare costs'
By Ciara Colhoun
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Two Northern Ireland business groups say the lack of a childcare policy is "an emergency".
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4:49 17 Jun
Fears over risk-taking by cryptoasset investors
By Kevin Peachey
Personal finance correspondent, BBC News
A shrinking proportion of buyers see it as a gamble, but the regulator warns they could lose the lot.
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1:59 17 Jun
Halfords bike supplies hit as cycle boom continues
The retailer says sales have surged amid travel restrictions but lockdowns have hampered manufacturers.
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16:58 16 Jun
Takeaway apps 'more expensive' than buying direct
A Which? survey comparing costs of takeaways found delivery apps up to 44% pricier.
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16:48 16 Jun
'I'll work 100-hour weeks to clear our Covid debt'
By Leanna Byrne
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Businesses have run up an "unprecedented" amount of debt in the pandemic, say industry groups.
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16:45 16 Jun
Travel industry anger as Germans flock to Majorca
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The bosses of two travel firms say the Balearic islands should be on the green list for safe travel.
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13:42 16 Jun
Output falls by nearly 2% in first quarter
By Douglas Fraser
Business and economy editor, Scotland
Compared with the start of last year, Scotland's GDP was down by 5.4% - less than the UK decline of 6.1%.
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12:33 16 Jun
Fed warns the path of the economy depends on Covid
The US central bank brought forward its projection for an interest rate hike into 2023 on Wednesday.
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