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Bail Out Journalists. Let Newspaper Chains Die.49m Updated Bail Out Journalists. Let Newspaper Chains Die.
The coronavirus is likely to hasten the end of advertising-driven media, our columnist writes. And government should not rescue it.
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White House Airlifts Medical Supplies From China in Coronavirus Fight1h 4m Updated White House Airlifts Medical Supplies From China in Coronavirus Fight
Officials have teamed up with medical supply companies to speed the arrival of masks, gloves, gowns and other goods.
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Facebook, Google and Twitter Struggle to Handle November’s Election1h 38m Updated Facebook, Google and Twitter Struggle to Handle November’s Election
After spending billions to avoid a repeat of 2016, the tech giants are careening from crisis to crisis as their foes change tactics.
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Coronavirus: EasyJet founder in threat to oust board1h 59m Coronavirus: EasyJet founder in threat to oust board
The billionaire founder of easyJet is threatening to seek the removal of most of its board members unless it cancels a £4.5bn aircraft order that he warned could threaten its future amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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2h Coronavirus: NHS Nightingale work for Virgin and easyJet staff
Virgin Atlantic and easyJet appeal to staff to step in and help at the NHS Nightingale hospital.
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2h Coronavirus: Fake news crackdown by UK government
A rapid response unit is working with social media firms to take down misleading or harmful content.
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2h Regional connectivity at risk, says airline boss
The head of Loganair, the UK's biggest regional airline, says he will ask the government for help.
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Bosses speed up automation as virus keeps workers home2h Bosses speed up automation as virus keeps workers home
Livelihoods at risk as EY finds 41% of employers globally prepare for after the crisis
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Morrisons gives food banks £10m during coronavirus outbreak2h Morrisons gives food banks £10m during coronavirus outbreak
Supermarket lifts restrictions and reopens cafes as depots to allow customers to donate Supermarket chain
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Lockdown set to kill off thousands of pubs, restaurants and shops2h Lockdown set to kill off thousands of pubs, restaurants and shops
Bleak outlook will lead to tens of thousands of job losses and comes after tough conditions in 2019 The coronavirus pandemic is expected to lead to the demise of thousands of restaurants, pubs, shopping chains and other high street businesses, despite the government offering unprecedented financial support and
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Coronavirus forecast to cut UK economic output by 15%2h Coronavirus forecast to cut UK economic output by 15%
Analysts say unemployment could also double in deepest recession since financial crisis
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Instacart Shoppers Plan to Strike Over Coronavirus Protections2h Updated Instacart Shoppers Plan to Strike Over Coronavirus Protections
As many as 200,000 workers could walk off the job unless demands for improved equipment and hazard pay are met.
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ALEX BRUMMER: If world tips over precipice - because we ignore its needs - Britain goes with it3h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: If world tips over precipice - because we ignore its needs - Britain goes with it
Experience suggests when faced with economic mountains to climb, Britain does well. That cannot be the case if the rest of the world is stricken too.
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Arcadia halts £2m pension top-ups as it tries to cling on to cash in face of coronavirus lockdown3h Updated Arcadia halts £2m pension top-ups as it tries to cling on to cash in face of coronavirus lockdown
Arcadia will halt the £2m monthly contributions which were agreed with The Pensions Regulator last summer to reduce a shortfall in the pension scheme.
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Locked down zoo saved as Lloyds Bank stumps up £300,0003h Updated Locked down zoo saved as Lloyds Bank stumps up £300,000
Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, in Wraxall near Bristol, was forced to shut last weekend in the run-up to its busiest time of the year, but was facing substantial costs to look after more than 1,000 animals.
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Investment guru Anthony Bolton says he has started buying shares again5h Updated Investment guru Anthony Bolton says he has started buying shares again
Anthony Bolton, who has been one of the UK's most successful investors over the last four decades, said he has returned to investing in a personal capacity.
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‘A Heart-Wrenching Thing’: Hospital Bans on Visits Devastate Families5h ‘A Heart-Wrenching Thing’: Hospital Bans on Visits Devastate Families
To curb the risk of spreading the coronavirus, hospitals nationwide are banning visits from family and friends.
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5h Updated Coronavirus: UK ‘wasting time’ on NHS protective gear orders
Textile firms say they could have begun making gowns and masks for front-line workers ten days ago.
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How Russia’s Troll Farm Is Changing Tactics Before the Fall Election7h How Russia’s Troll Farm Is Changing Tactics Before the Fall Election
The Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency, which interfered in the 2016 election, is using different methods to hide itself better.
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Barclays wins crucial investor support for climate change plan7h Barclays wins crucial investor support for climate change plan
Barclays is close to securing investor support for a new action plan on climate change amid pressure on global banks' relationships with carbon-polluting companies.
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Sol Kerzner, South African Casino Tycoon, Is Dead at 848h Updated Sol Kerzner, South African Casino Tycoon, Is Dead at 84
His Sun City resort let black and white people mingle in the apartheid era, but some saw it as an emblem of all that was wrong with that racial system.
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9h Manufacturers cast doubt on ventilator target
Engineering firms say the UK may not have all the ventilators it needs when virus infections peak.
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Philip Green urged not to use coronavirus as ‘excuse’ over pensions10h Philip Green urged not to use coronavirus as ‘excuse’ over pensions
Billionaire Topshop magnate is planning to stop cash injections during pandemic Sir Philip Green has been urged not to use coronavirus as an “excuse” to stop payments into the Topshop retirement scheme, according to a pensions expert who called on the billionaire’s Monaco-based wife, Tina, to plug any shortfall. Arcadia Group, the parent company of the Green family’s retail empire, is planning to halt cash injections into the firm’s pension fund, as it seeks to conserve cash to survive the coronavirus crisis which has devastated retailers.
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Aberdeen: teetering between its high-carbon past and a green future11h Aberdeen: teetering between its high-carbon past and a green future
A city more reliant than most on oil and gas reserves hopes to profit from a shift to net zero Aberdeen is one of the few cities in the world where your taxi driver is almost guaranteed to know the global market price for oil. It is the second week of March in the capital of the North Sea oil and gas industry and Aberdonians have witnessed one of the sharpest oil price slumps in a generation. The Granite City is still one week away from a market collapse even deeper than the 2016 price crash.
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Deliveroo pledges 500,000 free meals for NHS staff11h Deliveroo pledges 500,000 free meals for NHS staff
Deliveroo, the food delivery service, is to deliver 500,000 free meals to NHS workers across Britain as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies.
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Your coronavirus financial questions answered11h Updated Your coronavirus financial questions answered
Coronavirus is hitting our financial lives like nothing in modern history. Here, we answer some of the many questions you have raised - on everything from work to home, cars and lifestyle.
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HAMISH MCRAE: Soon we will need to get on the road to recovery11h HAMISH MCRAE: Soon we will need to get on the road to recovery
When markets cannot function properly it is better to shut them down. But it is also important to get them functioning again as soon as possible. There is the challenge we face.
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13h Updated Coronavirus: Airlines ‘entering danger zone’
A group of 38 MPs calls on the chancellor to support airlines during the coronavirus crisis.
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Coronavirus: Euroclear faces backlash over trebling of fees13h Coronavirus: Euroclear faces backlash over trebling of fees
Euroclear, one of the world's largest settlement houses for financial transactions, is facing a furious backlash from investors over a plan to hike fees for protecting assets during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ignore the bankers – the Trump economy is not worth more coronavirus deaths | Robert Reich15h Ignore the bankers – the Trump economy is not worth more coronavirus deaths | Robert Reich
CEOs, billionaires and advisers have the president’s ear and want people back to work. They are callous – and wrong
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Electric cars: Five important questions answered by Which?15h Updated Electric cars: Five important questions answered by Which?
Consumer group Which? has given us its exclusive expert answers to five of the key questions buyers are asking about electric vehicles right now.
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Scottish Investment Trust manager went on the defensive as crisis hit15h Scottish Investment Trust manager went on the defensive as crisis hit
Alasdair McKinnon turned his trust defensive and it may now be better able to ride out the storm and benefit from a bounce back.
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Estate agents turn to online tours in the hope of staying in business 15h Updated Estate agents turn to online tours in the hope of staying in business 
Thousands of estate agents have accelerated plans to use digital technology to show off homes to buyers who they hope will remain interested until the virus outbreak subsides.
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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: We are here to help with the financial turmoil15h JEFF PRESTRIDGE: We are here to help with the financial turmoil
I trust that you are well and withstanding the turmoil brought to all our lives by this wicked coronavirus. In this time of great uncertainty, we need to look after each other like never before.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Hold on to these stocks for a bounce back16h MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Hold on to these stocks for a bounce back
Coronavirus has brought economies to a standstill, sent financial markets into shock and panicked investors. Midas recommendations have shared the pain. What should shareholders do?
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Social disease: how fraudsters adapt old scams to exploit coronavirus16h Social disease: how fraudsters adapt old scams to exploit coronavirus
Criminals who formerly tried to ‘sextort’ people online are now making threats to infect a target’s family and friends The email is immediately threatening. “I know every dirty little secret about your life,” it begins. “To prove my point, tell me, does [REDACTED] ring any bell to yοu? It was one οf your passwords.” The message goes on to inform recipients that the sender knows where they live, to whom they talk and how they spend their days, before delivering the punchline: “You need tο pay me $4,000. You’ll make the payment via bitcoin … If I do not get the payment: Ι will infect every member οf your family with the coronavirus.”
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The Week in Business: Throwing Money at a Pandemic16h The Week in Business: Throwing Money at a Pandemic
As unemployment numbers broke a grim record, Congress rushed to pass a $2 trillion rescue bill.
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Director dealing: Bosses are buying shares, should you?16h Director dealing: Bosses are buying shares, should you?
In buying shares in their own firms, they are signalling they have confidence in the company's future - and that the share price represents good value.
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Savers will be hit by rate cuts, so be ready to look for a better deal17h Savers will be hit by rate cuts, so be ready to look for a better deal
Many savers can expect a round of brutal interest rate cuts to their accounts from this week - after the Bank of England base rate was slashed from 0.25 per cent to a record low 0.1 per cent just over a week ago.
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You can still live the good life in lockdown - so dig for victory over the Coronavirus!17h Updated You can still live the good life in lockdown - so dig for victory over the Coronavirus!
Confinement to home may stretch some relationships, but it could also encourage you to become a little less reliant on the weekly shop. Here, Toby Walne looks at some do-it-yourself food and drink ideas.
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Which companies are coming through during the coronavirus crisis?18h Which companies are coming through during the coronavirus crisis?
Some firms have stepped up to support employees, key workers and the NHS – but others have fallen well short
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You know change is in the air when the likes of Ashley and Martin back down18h You know change is in the air when the likes of Ashley and Martin back down
The pandemic has exposed business to such scrutiny that even Britain’s high street mavericks are cowedStrange things happen in a crisis. For one, it can dawn on Mike Ashley that pretending that a sports shop is an essential public service is absurd.
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The firms that have turned Covid-19 crisis into a chance to serve19h The firms that have turned Covid-19 crisis into a chance to serve
Each week my column is filled with reports of companies misbehaving. Now protest is turning to plaudits I’ve spent the last 22 years delving into the murkier corners of big business for my
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Online but off the beaten track: small suppliers who deliver so much more19h Online but off the beaten track: small suppliers who deliver so much more
Supermarket giants are not the only game in town as local firms reinvent themselves to bring groceries and more to your door
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24h Coronavirus: Six things that are booming in sales
Amid the virus, some retailers are seeing trade collapse, but others are overwhelmed by demand.
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Supermarkets ready for a new week of rising to the virus’s challenge25h Supermarkets ready for a new week of rising to the virus’s challenge
Supermarkets have won praise for their response to the crisis. The next issue may be keeping staff healthy The wave of stockpiling triggered by the arrival of coronavirus on British shores means that many people will never take full supermarket shelves for granted again. And the week ahead will be another nail-biter for the country’s food retailers as they try to make good on their promise to “feed the nation”. On Saturday the government started delivering emergency food parcels to thousands of people it has identified as being particularly vulnerable due to illness – something that would not have been contemplated even a month ago. It will be delivering supplies of essentials such as pasta, toilet roll and teabags to front doors at a time when online grocery services cannot.
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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: If you have any personal finance queries you want answered, email, we are here26h JEFF PRESTRIDGE: If you have any personal finance queries you want answered, email, we are here
I trust that you are well and withstanding the turmoil brought to all our lives by this wicked coronavirus. In this time of great uncertainty, we need to look after each other like never before.
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Get ready to switch accounts...your savings rates are set to fall26h Get ready to switch accounts...your savings rates are set to fall
Many savers can expect a round of brutal interest rate cuts to their accounts from this week - after the Bank of England base rate was slashed from 0.25 per cent to a record low 0.1 per cent just over a week ago.
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Unilever facing allegations that it underpaid hundreds of millions of pounds in tax26h Unilever facing allegations that it underpaid hundreds of millions of pounds in tax
Bosses at the Anglo-Dutch giant are challenging the claim, but admit that it could cost the firm up to £550m. The dispute comes after the company abandoned a plan to ditch its UK headquarters.
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As millions face acute anxiety over finances, your key questions answered26h As millions face acute anxiety over finances, your key questions answered
Coronavirus is hitting our financial lives like nothing in modern history. Here, we answer some of the many questions you have raised - on everything from work to home, cars and lifestyle.
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Hedge fund kings betting against our firms26h Hedge fund kings betting against our firms
They stand to make huge profits if shares in the companies they have targeted collapse after using the controversial trading tactic called short-selling.
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Make bosses pay for aid, says Nat Rothschild: City scion demands fat cats give up perks for bailouts26h Make bosses pay for aid, says Nat Rothschild: City scion demands fat cats give up perks for bailouts
The eldest son of Baron Rothschild said bosses who have profited from risk-taking must be forced to sacrifice their share awards and 'a percentage of pay' if they tap into state support schemes.
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Head of ATM network warns cash could be killed off by end of summer as shoppers switch to cards26h Head of ATM network warns cash could be killed off by end of summer as shoppers switch to cards
John Howells, chief executive of Link, which runs Britain's 70,000 cashpoints, said the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically sped up the switch from cash to card and online payments.
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26h Updated Russian State Oil Company Rosneft, in Sudden Move, Sells Assets in Venezuela
The U.S. had imposed sanctions on two Rosneft oil trading subsidiaries this year for helping Venezuela’s authoritarian president, Nicolás Maduro.
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What entrepreneurs are doing to avoid going bust during coronavirus26h Updated What entrepreneurs are doing to avoid going bust during coronavirus
We speak to small business owners and self-employed workers who tell us how they're adapting their businesses in the face of coronavirus.
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26h National Enquirer Publisher Is Cutting Employees’ Pay
American Media is the latest media outlet to announce cuts as the coronavirus has shaken the economy and the advertising market.
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Coronavirus Stimulus Package F.A.Q.: Checks, Unemployment and More27h Updated Coronavirus Stimulus Package F.A.Q.: Checks, Unemployment and More
The $2 trillion relief bill will send money directly to Americans, greatly expand unemployment coverage and make a number of other changes.
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At Two Fashion Resale Warehouses, Workers Fear for Their Safety28h Updated At Two Fashion Resale Warehouses, Workers Fear for Their Safety
As New Jersey orders nonessential workers to stay home to fight the spread of the new coronavirus, employees of the RealReal, a luxury resale company, wonder just what is “essential.”
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April Bills Loom. The Economy Hangs on How Many Are Left Unpaid.29h April Bills Loom. The Economy Hangs on How Many Are Left Unpaid.
With businesses and personal finances hit hard by a loss of income, the first of the month may mean triage in deciding what to pay.
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Medical Expert Who Corrects Trump Is Now a Target of the Far Right30h Medical Expert Who Corrects Trump Is Now a Target of the Far Right
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, faces a torrent of false claims that he is mobilizing to undermine the president.
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30h Coronavirus: Calls for better workplace social distancing guidance
Hundreds of people raise concerns about workers being too close together at more than 150 companies.
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As Life Moves Online, an Older Generation Faces a Digital Divide31h Updated As Life Moves Online, an Older Generation Faces a Digital Divide
Uncomfortable with tech, many are struggling to use modern tools to keep up with friends and family in the pandemic.
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A Single Gesture Behind Trump Fuels an Online Conspiracy Theory32h A Single Gesture Behind Trump Fuels an Online Conspiracy Theory
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, has become the target of claims that he is mobilizing to undermine the president.
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Troubled WeWork is in no condition to withstand coronavirus33h Troubled WeWork is in no condition to withstand coronavirus
The office-space provider was struggling before the crisis, and now a vital cash injection is in doubt Even before coronavirus struck, WeWork had established itself as a cautionary exemplar of the 21st-century economy: how dreams of being an iconoclastic “disruptor” can turn to dust. The shared-office space company was
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Complacency to chaos: how Covid-19 sent the world’s markets into freefall33h Complacency to chaos: how Covid-19 sent the world’s markets into freefall
Governments and investors woke up too late to the crisis. Now they are facing the deepest global recession in history
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Employees unable to take annual leave can carry it over for two years - government33h Employees unable to take annual leave can carry it over for two years - government
Employees who cannot take all their annual leave due to the coronavirus pandemic will be able to carry it over for two years, the business secretary has said.
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The Nordic Way to Economic Rescue33h Updated The Nordic Way to Economic Rescue
In the face of the pandemic, Denmark is effectively nationalizing private payrolls, in contrast to the patchwork American system.
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Check Is in the Mail? For Many Bill Payers, It Won’t Be34h Updated Check Is in the Mail? For Many Bill Payers, It Won’t Be
With businesses and personal finances hit hard by a loss of income, the first of the month may mean triage in deciding what to pay.
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Lockdown: the best free online experiences to stave off boredom34h Lockdown: the best free online experiences to stave off boredom
From Hamlet to Wu-Tang Clan to maths lessons for kids, there are countless ways to have fun
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Coronavirus May Add Billions to the Nation’s Health Care Bill35h Coronavirus May Add Billions to the Nation’s Health Care Bill
Insurance premiums could spike as much as 40 percent next year, a new analysis warns, as employers and insurers confront the projected tens of billions of dollars in additional costs of treating coronavirus patients.
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China Pushes to Churn Out Coronavirus Gear, Yet Struggles to Police It36h Updated China Pushes to Churn Out Coronavirus Gear, Yet Struggles to Police It
Factories sprang up or retooled to make equipment. But complaints in Spain over Chinese-made tests highlight the difficulties of regulating quality.
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Best free online experiences to stave off lockdown boredom36h Best free online experiences to stave off lockdown boredom
From Hamlet to Wu-Tang Clan to maths lessons for kids, there are countless ways to have fun
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Coronavirus: TopShop empire halts pension payments36h Coronavirus: TopShop empire halts pension payments
Sir Philip Green's TopShop empire is to halt payments to its pension scheme for months as retailers and other stricken companies conserve cash during the coronavirus pandemic.
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36h Updated Bring in the Robot Cleaners: Travel Industry Innovations for the Pandemic
“Private” hotels, online tour-company teasers for future travelers, and other ways that travel companies are keeping their businesses alive.
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What are property buyers and sellers allowed to in lockdown?37h Updated What are property buyers and sellers allowed to in lockdown?
The Government has now released guidance on what to do if you're in the middle of a move. So should you move house, delay your purchase, or pull out of the sale completely?
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Surge in DIY sales boosts B&Q before lockdown38h Updated Surge in DIY sales boosts B&Q before lockdown
Kingfisher, which also owns Screwfix, saw sales shoot up 38 per cent in the third week of March. Online sales jumped by a quarter as people avoided shops as the threat of the virus became clear.
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Decluttering is good for the home and will raise your spirits 38h Decluttering is good for the home and will raise your spirits 
Being stuck in the house for a few weeks could be the ideal time for a spot of spring decluttering. In fact, it's already wildly popular: the hashtag #decluttering has nearly 300,000 Instagram posts.
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I moved flat last weekend, during the coronavirus outbreak. Can I get my deposit back in 10 days?39h I moved flat last weekend, during the coronavirus outbreak. Can I get my deposit back in 10 days?
I moved flat last weekend, thankfully just before the Government lockdown. Will I still be able to get my deposit back from my old flat, once I leave, within 10 days?
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MARKET REPORT: £4bn of dividends are axed or delayed by virus fears 39h Updated MARKET REPORT: £4bn of dividends are axed or delayed by virus fears 
More than a hundred firms in sectors from hotels to housebuilders to transport to pubs, have sacrificed their dividends, particularly because no one knows how long the disruption will last.
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Diamond days are over as Petra slows mining39h Updated Diamond days are over as Petra slows mining
The group, which has mines in South Africa and Tanzania, has ditched its previous production guidance of 3.8m carats and is currently winding down operations to a minimum in South Africa.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Sunak and Bailey have come up with the right policies39h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Sunak and Bailey have come up with the right policies
The country has been left in no doubt about the economic mantra of Covid-19. It is Rishi Sunak's much repeated 'whatever it takes'. The new Chancellor has followed through decisively.
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Banks warned: Axe bonuses and dividends40h Updated Banks warned: Axe bonuses and dividends
Barclays' boss Jes Staley (pictured with his wife Debbie,) took home £5.9m last year, Lloyds' Antonio Horta Osorio received £4.7m, RBS's Alison Rose bagged £1.4m for her first two months in the job.
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40h Coronavirus: OneWeb blames pandemic for collapse
OneWeb, the high-profile London-based satellite start-up, files for bankruptcy protection in the US.
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Rent-to-own retailer Brighthouse on the brink of collapse40h Updated Rent-to-own retailer Brighthouse on the brink of collapse
The demise of the UK's largest rent-to-own retailer, which lends to customers so they can buy expensive goods such as washing machines and TVs, will put 2,400 jobs at risk.
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Will my bank write off my overdraft fees during coronavirus?40h Updated Will my bank write off my overdraft fees during coronavirus?
Britain's six biggest high street names have set out measures to help holders of Britain's £7.7billion overdraft debt, including increased fee-free buffers and temporarily writing off overdraft charges.
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FTSE slams into reverse after Boris Johnson reveals he has coronavirus40h Updated FTSE slams into reverse after Boris Johnson reveals he has coronavirus
The sell-off was echoed around the world, although sterling continued its climb against the dollar, rising towards £1.24 having crashed to a 35-year low below $1.15 last week.
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Now pub chain Wetherspoons refuses to pay breweries40h Updated Now pub chain Wetherspoons refuses to pay breweries
The pub chain, founded by Tim Martin (pictured) has been forced to close its pubs during the lockdown and has put thousands of staff on reduced wages under a government-funded scheme.
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Builders to give heroes of the NHS their masks 40h Updated Builders to give heroes of the NHS their masks 
Shortages of protective kit for healthcare workers have prompted major concerns, with experts warning it has left some on the front line 'without the armour they need to defend themselves'.
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DIRECTOR DEALS: Micro Focus boss and his wife spend £905,000 on shares40h Updated DIRECTOR DEALS: Micro Focus boss and his wife spend £905,000 on shares
Greg Lock, 72, took over from Kevin Loosemore on Valentine's Day, following a strategic review of the company. Lock spent 11 years as the chairman of fellow IT group Computacenter.
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TRUST WATCH: Montanaro UK Smaller Companies40h Updated TRUST WATCH: Montanaro UK Smaller Companies
Top holdings include financial software company Integrafin, paving firm Marshalls, marketing merchandise business 4imprint and food packaging firm Hilton Food Group.
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Long-term recovery bets - but only for the brave40h Updated Long-term recovery bets - but only for the brave
The stock market rally earlier in the week was largely in response to the US government aid package, but it also suggested some investors are hazarding a guess at what the future will hold.
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Britons go on shopping spree to ease grind of Covid-19 confinement43h Britons go on shopping spree to ease grind of Covid-19 confinement
Online trade booms as people stock up with jigsaw puzzles, crafts and gardening gear The prospect of weeks trapped at home has seen Britons embark on unlikely shopping sprees as they create home offices and gyms but also embrace hobbies ranging from dressmaking to jigsaw puzzling and
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43h ‘My dream home hangs in the balance’
Government advice to "postpone a move if at all possible" amid the coronavirus outbreak has left many plans in flux.
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When Your Restaurant’s Star Dish Is Blamed for Spreading Coronavirus44h Updated When Your Restaurant’s Star Dish Is Blamed for Spreading Coronavirus
As restaurants around the world close or retool to enforce social distancing, Hong Kong’s hot pot eateries offer a cautionary tale and some good advice.
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