BBC News - BusinessCan summer survive America's coronavirus spike?
Visitors have returned to US vacation spots like Cape Cod, but the virus casts a shadow. Details...New homes to get 'automatic' permission in England planning shake-up
The housing secretary says “unlocking land” for development will create thousands of jobs. Details...Job hunting: 'I apply everywhere - few firms reply'
The pandemic has created a desperate hunt for jobs in an increasingly competitive market. Details...Coronavirus: Businesses begin to pay towards furlough scheme
It comes as some firms in England face furloughing staff again after lockdown easing plans were paused. Details...News Corp: Rupert Murdoch's son James quits company
He resigns from the company's board, citing "disagreements over editorial content". Details...British Airways pilots vote to accept jobs deal
The agreement means the airline will cut pay by 20% temporarily and make about 270 redundancies. Details...Twitter hack: Bognor Regis man one of three charged
A UK man and two people in Florida have been charged over the hijacking of US Twitter accounts. Details...Jet2 to refund customers returning early from Spain
The airline says it will refund cancelled return flights from Spain and unused holiday dates. Details...BA staff and plane fanatics hunt for 747 souvenirs
The retirement of British Airways' fleet of 747s has triggered a bout of nostalgia from its fans. Details...Byron Burger sheds 650 jobs and closes more than half its outlets
The burger chain is the latest High Street name to cut jobs after the coronavirus hit to trading. Details...Coronavirus: 'It's make or break for our business now'
Businesses are dismayed about the decision to put lockdown easing on hold in England. Details...Holiday firm Tui extends suspension of trips to Spain
The tour firm cancels trips to Spain until mid-August but adds more holidays to Greece and Turkey. Details...House prices bounced back in July, says Nationwide
Pent-up demand and the stamp duty holiday boosted prices, but Nationwide warns it could be a false dawn. Details...British Airways owner IAG says crisis worst in its history
IAG group boss says recovery from "extreme times" will take at least three years. Details...NatWest slumps to loss on gloomy UK outlook
The bank formerly known as RBS sets aside another £2.1bn on fears it could suffer a wave of loan defaults. Details...My Money: 'My daughter's therapy costs £5,490 each month'
Matt Hitchcock from Singapore takes us through his week during the coronavirus pandemic. Details...How basketball could revive African economies
NBA Africa is looking to launch the African Basketball League in order to boost the economy. Details...What you need to become an internet streaming star
Broadcasting on services like Twitch is becoming increasingly popular - and more professional. Details...Coronavirus: Why some people want to keep working from home
Office workers in England can soon go back to their desks - but many want to keep working remotely. Details...The sweet smell of success: How Bulgaria took the lead in lavender
Lavender is used for cosmetics, fragrances and even, with the help of bees, to make honey. Details...How to ace a video interview
A job coach offers eight tips for performing your best during a video interview. Details...'Coronavirus has delayed my career prospects'
The government can retrain and support people, but are there the jobs to provide employment? Details...
Powered by Advanced RSS2Web
Bbc1 News And Information...
|Copyright 2000 © The Computer Sonic||
Home Page •
About Us •
Product Services •
Contact Us •
Graphic Design by Round the Bend Wizards