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Analysis | London Bankers, Your Jobs and Bonuses Look Safe - For Now
Britain's decision to leave the European Union has imperiled the City's status as the region's financial center. So far, the loss of jobs has been more of a dribble than an exodus.
Analysis | Dear Rivals, TSMC Can and Will Outspend You All
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. spent a record $30 billion last year on factories that churn out the world's most-advanced chips. It seems that wasn't enough.
Strictly Restaurants Provides Top-Tier Restaurant Accounting & Consulting Services to Save Restaurants Amid Declining Recovery Nationwide
As restaurants struggle to keep afloat, Strictly Restaurants™ offers its top-tier accounting and consulting services to restaurants nationwide in a bid to revive one of the largest industries in the United States.
Hospitality 'left in limbo' as Covid restrictions remain, say chiefs
The hospitality industry is being "left in limbo", an industry body has said, as restrictions are due to continue for at least another week.
Paytm Shares Plunge to Rock Bottom; The New York Times Agree to Purchase The Athletic
Shares of Paytm, an Indian e-commerce company, have dropped to an all-time low since their market debut in November, just two months after their USD$2.5bn (£1.8bn) IPO which measured up as the nation's largest.
Theo Paphitis's Ryman chain hit by earnings loss for first time in 25 years
Theo Paphitis's high street stationery chain Ryman tumbled to an earnings loss for the first time in 25 years over the past year as the Dragon's Den star hailed wider progress across his retail operation.
TikTok sued by former content moderator for allegedly failing to protect her mental health
A former content moderator for TikTok has filed a lawsuit against the platform, alleging that parent company ByteDance provides inadequate safeguards to protect moderators' mental health against a near-constant onslaught of traumatic footage.
How to find balance living with chronic illness
Learning to live with constant pain, fatigue, nausea, or other debilitating symptoms, can be really tough - but there are a number of techniques you can use to help meet the challenge
Why Cop26 coal power pledges don't go far enough - visualised
The majority of coal-fired power is not being phased out quickly enough to meet climate goals and avoid catastrophic global heating, despite new pledges made at Cop26.
Daily Mail group to be delisted from the stock market after nearly 90 years
The group behind the Daily Mail will be delisted from the London Stock Exchange after its biggest shareholder Lord Rothermere succeeded in his bid to take the publisher private.