KPMG research shows now is a good time to be looking for a job, due to high demand from employers.
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Amazon joins Wells Fargo and BlackRock in extending work-from-home guidance due to the pandemic.
Cambridgeshire's Glebe Farm Foods PureOaty drink does not copy the Oatly branding, a judge rules.
Grant Shapps speaks as thousands of Britons in Mexico, moving to the red list, face a dash back home.
Profile of Sports Direct founder and Newcastle United billionaire owner Mike Ashley.
Electric cars outsell diesel again, but new UK car registrations fall by almost a third in July.
Bank of England rate-setters keep rates at record low of 0.1% and maintain economic stimulus programme.
The tycoon, whose empire also includes House of Fraser and Evans Cycles, is preparing to hand power to his son-in-law.
The reports come as Facebook's WhatsApp starts to roll out a disappearing photos and videos feature.
Retailers and 190 other businesses broke the law by underpaying workers, the government says.
More people are hiring boats to travel along the UK's canals and rivers amid travel restrictions.
As cat deaths mount from a fatal disease, an investigation into a possible link to pet food continues.
As restrictions on France ease, countries including Germany, Austria and Norway move to the green list.
Asset manager Vanguard will reward staff who get jabbed, but it won't mandate vaccinations.
After a poor stock market debut, amateur investors are snapping up shares in the online trading platform.
The star is now the wealthiest female musician in the world, according to Forbes.
Oxfam’s chief executive said that net zero targets made by companies and governments are "unreliable and unproven".
The doorstep lender's borrowers can claim partial compensation for mis-sold loans after court ruling.
The Labour leader says there is a "chasm between soundbites and action" on climate-friendly employment.
The housebuilder sees bumper profits and builds a record number of new homes in the first half of 2021.
Men who boarded a Panama-flagged bitumen tanker have now left the vessel, officials say.
Prices have risen for nine straight months - and are expected to increase further - the motoring group says.
The move comes as Chinese firms listed in the US face increasing scrutiny by Beijing and Washington.
Prices are rising sharply as climate change and post-lockdown DIY and building projects hit supplies.