Hot Off The Wires - 17th May 2021
Job recruitment has returned to pre-pandemic levels with hiring intentions at an eight-year high, a quarterly report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has found.
UK towns have lost 529 bank branches since the start of the pandemic despite the City watchdog urging lenders to hold back on cuts during the Covid crisis, it has emerged.
Rishi Sunak is holding back support for Joe Biden’s plans for a 21% minimum global business tax rate.
Warburtons, Britain’s biggest baker, is spending £56m on new plants and depots as shoppers swap sliced bread for crumpets and bagels.
Bitcoin slumped to its lowest price since February after Tesla boss Elon Musk implied that the electric carmaker may sell its cryptocurrency holdings.
Credit Suisse faces growing pressure from prized clients to compensate them for losses following the collapse of supply-chain finance funds linked to Greensill Capital.
What German dance, which sees partners spinning together in close contact, was condemned as depraved when it was first seen in Regency society?