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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 at two plants, a minister has told Sky News.
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.
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.
UK considers joining existing US-Mexico-Canada trade deal as hopes of standalone post-Brexit agreement fade
Ministers are considering efforts to join an existing free trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada - or to strike a series of mini-deals with America - after Boris Johnson appeared to admit a standalone UK-US free trade deal was not an imminent prospect.
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of state pensions have been underpaid due to repeated human errors which were almost inevitable amid complex rules and outdated IT systems, a spending watchdog has said.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.
Energy supplier Green lines up insolvency advisers amid industry crisis
Another of the UK's small energy suppliers is lining up advisers to oversee its potential insolvency after ministers ruled out stepping in to prop up companies on the brink of collapse.
Asda and Sainsbury's chilled foods distributor on brink of collapse
A chilled foods distributor whose customers include Asda and J Sainsbury is on the brink of collapse as a maelstrom of headwinds including acute driver shortages threatens further disruption to grocery retailers' supply chains.
COVID loan scheme default estimates add £21bn to record 2020/21 borrowing
It has emerged that the record peacetime public borrowing to pay for the coronavirus crisis during the last financial year has been revised even higher to reflect fears more than £20bn of government-backed loans will never be repaid.