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Apple shrugs off chip shortage hit to notch up record $124bn sales over Christmas quarter
Apple has shrugged off the impact of chip shortages to deliver record quarterly sales of $123.9bn (£92.6bn) and said the constraints will start to ease.
US economy sees strongest growth since 1984 as it bounces back after COVID-19 downturn
The US grew at its strongest pace since 1984 last year as it bounced back from 2020's pandemic-driven downturn, official figures show.
McDonald's: Supply chain bottlenecks take a bite out of restaurant group's profits
Supply chain bottlenecks have taken a bite out of McDonald's profits as it was forced to spend more money on chicken, beef and packaging material - and warned the pressure would intensify.
National Insurance hike: Tory Treasury committee chairman Mel Stride calls on ministers to scrap April rise amid cost of living crisis
A senior Conservative MP has called for the government to delay the proposed National Insurance hike amid rising cost of living pressures
Ukraine tensions: Nord Stream 2 pipeline connecting Russia with Germany is a symbol of how political decisions can become toxic
Seaside resorts are always curious places during the winter, but Lubmin, on Germany's northern coast, is odder than most.
Johnson takes break from survival battle to host tech company bosses
Boris Johnson will seek brief respite from his political survival fight next week when he meets technology company bosses to discuss the City's status as a listing destination.
Socios boss defends fan tokens business model
The boss of the largest sports cryptocurrency trading platform has defended a business model that has generated millions of dollars in new revenue for football clubs and sports leagues, but drawn criticism that it tempts supporters into high-risk, opaque investments.
Music streaming investigation will examine market 'from creator to consumer'
The competition watchdog has launched a wide-ranging investigation into the music streaming market.
COVID: Which shops are still asking customers to wear face masks?
Face masks are no longer a legal requirement in England - but some businesses are still requesting they are worn.
Forestry Commission to cash in with £250m sale of eco-cabin giant
The Forestry Commission is in line for a multimillion pound windfall from a prospective sale of Britain's biggest standalone provider of forest-based cabin and lodge vacations.