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Flybe administration: Scramble to change plans after airline ceases trading
The airline said it was ceasing trading and cancelling all flights, affecting 75,000 passengers.

'Elon Musk has made me embarrassed to drive my Tesla now'
Elon Musk was once hailed as the secret to Tesla's success. Now he's one of its problems.

Jeremy Hunt says significant tax cuts in Budget unlikely
The chancellor, who outlined a growth plan, says there will be little room for cuts in March.

HS2 will run through to London Euston, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt says
This follows reports that rising costs could mean the rail link might stop in the suburbs of west London.

Adani Group: Fortune of Asia's richest man hit by fraud claims
A report of fraud has sparked a mass sell-off in businesses led by Indian billionaire Gautam Adani.

Rolls-Royce is a burning platform, claims new boss
Tufan Erginbilgic told staff they faced their "last chance" to turn the engineering company around.

Warning to 100 funeral directors over price lists
Businesses could be named and shamed for flouting rules but critics say the those rules need strengthening.

National Grid plan: 'We should earn £10 by turning everything off'
Some people can cut back on electricity to get a bonus payment, but some will earn very little.

Energy saving scheme: What is the energy saving scheme for electricity?
A scheme to reward people for cutting back on electricity use is running for a second day.

Energy saving scheme: National Grid pays people to cut power again due to cold weather
Discounts will be offered to people who cut their energy use between 16:30 and 18:00 on Tuesday.

Cold snap triggers freezing weather payment
Some people on benefits will receive £25 within the next two weeks after temperatures drop.

People struggling could get lower energy bills
The regulator will also investigate the growth in households being switched to prepayment meters.

Food suppliers hit back at Tesco chair in price hike row
Industry body the Food & Drink Federation says supermarkets are already "very tough" on suppliers.

Plans for more banking hubs as branches close
In total, 38 of these shared branches have been announced so far, but only four have opened.

Call to scrap late-filing penalties for non-taxpayers
Those on the lowest incomes are being hit hardest by tax penalties, a non-profit says.

Bosses secretly want staff back in office, says CBI's Tony Danker
The head of the business lobby group claims the world of work has "gone crazy" since the pandemic.

Job risk as Shell considers quitting energy market
The Coventry-based firm said tough market conditions had forced a review of the business.

LVMH: Luxury giant's sales soar despite China losses
LVMH - owner of brands including Moët and Louis Vuitton - saw strong sales despite losses in China.

Transpennine Express boss apologises for poor services
The head of Transpennine Express admits services have not been good enough in recent months.

Warning over risky electric blankets sold online
The consumer rights group Which? found products being sold online that could cause electric shocks.

Green claims on household basics investigated
The competition watchdog is concerned shoppers are being "misled" about goods claiming to be green.

737 Max crashes: Boeing says not guilty to fraud charge
Relatives of those who died when two Boeing 737 Max aircraft crashed are trying to reopen a settlement.

US economic growth stronger than expected
The US economy grew at an annual rate of 2.9% at the end of 2022, but home sales and construction tumbled.

UK car production collapses to lowest for 66 years
Car production in the UK continued to fall last year, lagging further behind the US and EU.

Royal Mail says strikes have cost it millions
The row with postal workers over pay and conditions has cost the company £200m in recent months.

Mobile phone fraud: 'They stole £22,500 using my banking app'
Banks are being caught off guard by the growing threat of mobile phone fraud, says charity the Fraud Advisory Panel.

Hemp makes a comeback in the construction industry
A revival of hemp cultivation in Portugal has spurred the use of hemp blocks in construction.

Subscription-based bike hire schemes on a roll
A growing number of people are choosing to hire a bicycle over a long period of time.

Cost of living: How onions became a luxury in the Philippines
The staple ingredient has become a symbol of the country's rising cost of living.

Heat pumps: The 'geeks' obsessing over their new heating systems
More people are heating their homes with heat pumps and some are getting data obsessed.

Royal Mail overseas parcels ban 'costing me hundreds of pounds'
Small businesses are still unable to send new parcels overseas two weeks after the Royal Mail cyber-attack.

Amazon union fight continues despite workers' win
Amazon Labor Union leader Chris Smalls says it's time for the firm "to come to the table and negotiate".

Turning problem sea algae into a replacement for plastic
Seaweed and microalgae is increasingly being turned into useful products.

Croatia, the euro and a coffee controversy - but is it all just froth?
Croatia switched to the euro on 1 January, but many feel businesses are taking advantage by hiking their prices.

'It had just vanished' - the shock when tech fails
Cloud computing is a popular way for firms to buy computing but, when it fails, chaos ensues.

Should China worry about its shrinking population?
Beijing can no longer rely on its demographic dividend to fuel growth. That may not be a bad thing.

CEO Secrets: Chess gets a risqué makeover
Ilya Merenzon, CEO of World Chess, shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.

Cost of living: Five tips when asking for a pay rise
Recruiters, a manager and a workplace psychologist give their advice on how to negotiate for more money.

Lab-grown alternatives aim to cut palm oil dependence
Two biotech firms have developed oils made from yeast as a replacement for palm.

CEO Secrets: Boxing boss reveals his punishing routine
Ben Amanna, founder and CEO of Boxraw, which sells kit and clothing for boxing, shares his business advice.

Battery lights vs mains LED bulbs: What's cheaper?
As some shoppers swap mains bulbs for battery lights, we investigate if money is really being saved.

US-China chip war: America is winning
The rivalry is entering a new phase, with global players increasingly caught in the crossfire.

India targets China's dominance in mobile phones
There's some way to go, but India hopes to build its own world-class mobile phone industry.

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