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Rishi Sunak to scrap business support loans in next week’s Budget

Rishi Sunak is reportedly planning on scrapping the government's current Covid-19 business support loans in next week's Budget.
A whopping 93 per cent of the UK say they have shopped on Amazon at least once over the past 12 months, as the online giant solidifies its dominance during lockdown.

93% of the UK bought something on Amazon last year

A whopping 93 per cent of the UK say they have shopped on Amazon at least once over the past 12 months, as the online giant solidifies its dominance during lockdown.
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John Lewis to “safeguard future of cashmere sector” with new funding

John Lewis has announced new funding for the training of 420 herders as part of a three-year sustainable cashmere programme.
Sainsbury’s staff given pay rise & 3% annual bonus

Sainsbury’s & Argos shop staff given pay rise & 3% annual bonus

Sainsbury’s will increase salaries for staff at its supermarkets and Argos stores and pay a bonus to frontline workers – the third (...)
Small retailers not clear about new rules to post goods to the EU – report

Small retailers not clear about new rules to post goods to the EU –...

Two out of five small businesses are not clear about new rules for posting goods to the EU since the start of the year (...)
Mytheresa Michael Kliger

Mytheresa warns of sales slump as retailers prepare to reopen stores

Mytheresa has recorded a sales rise of 30.4 per cent year on year to €285 million (£247.1 million) for the six months to December 31.
Sainsbury’s Simon Roberts brand slogan

Sainsbury’s reveals new brand slogan to support sustainability

Sainsbury’s is set to drop its ‘Live Well for Less’ brand slogan this spring and replace it with ‘Helping Everyone Eat Better’.
Farfetch José Neves Elliot Jordan

Farfetch swings to £1.65bn loss despite soaring revenues

Farfetch has reported a full-year loss after tax of $2.3 billion (£1.65 billion), despite a soar in its revenues and profits.
Pets At Home upgrades profits forecast for the 4th time since September

Pets At Home upgrades profits forecast for the 4th time since September

Pets At Home has upgraded its profits guidance for the City for the fourth time since September, as the pandemic boost (...)
Boots to cut 300 jobs at Nottingham head office

Boots to cut 300 jobs at Nottingham head office

Boots has revealed plans to axe 300 office jobs as it continues to grapple with "changed consumer behaviours forever" (...)

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