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Energy suppliers Avro and Green become latest casualties of energy crisis
Two more energy suppliers together serving more than 800,000 customers have fallen victim to the crisis engulfing the sector.
Roald Dahl's family lands £500m windfall from sale to Netflix
The family of Roald Dahl, the author of some of the most famous children's books ever-written, is toasting a windfall of more than £500m after agreeing to sell his works to Netflix, the US-based streaming giant.
Energy crisis: Soaring gas prices may not be temporary and more suppliers could go bust, Ofgem chief warns
Soaring gas prices may not be temporary and more energy suppliers could go out of business in the coming months, the chief executive of Ofgem has warned.
Pret a Manger ends office focus and targets new post-COVID future with hiring spree
Pret A Manger has revealed plans to hire 3,000 staff through a post-coronavirus strategy that will see it target sales away from city centre offices after a pandemic driven slump.
Global stock markets recover ground as crisis-hit Evergrande reveals bond settlement
Global stock market values are climbing after a massive Chinese company, seen as having the largest debt pile in the world, was able to sooth worries over its imminent future.
Igloo on brink of collapse as energy supplier casualty list mounts
Igloo Energy is close to being added to the list of supplier casualties as the fallout from surging gas prices continues to shrink the number of players operating in UK’s domestic energy market.
CF Fertilisers: Deal to support US-owned CO2 producer could cost taxpayer 'tens of millions'
The government could end up giving tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money to an American company to help it restart carbon dioxide production, a minister has told Sky News.
Calls for industry review over concerns musicians get 'meagre returns' from streaming system
The competition watchdog has been asked to look at the structure of the UK music industry over concerns musicians are getting "meagre returns" from the current streaming system.
More than £1bn in state pensions underpaid due to 'repeated human errors'
More than £1bn-worth of state pensions have been underpaid due to repeated human errors which were almost inevitable amid complex rules and outdated IT systems, a spending watchdog has said.
Ladbrokes owner Entain mulls £16.4bn offer from America's DraftKings
Ladbrokes owner Entain is mulling a £16.4bn takeover offer from US fantasy sports betting firm DraftKings - after rejecting an earlier £14.6bn approach.