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Vodafone’s Connected Consumer 2030 report has predicted some major tech advances over the next decade.
LONDON (Reuters) -Budget airline Wizz Air warned its fourth-quarter loss would likely top the 213.6 million euros ($241.2 million) third-quarter hit reported on Wednesday, before an expected recovery takes off fuelled by demand from Britain. European airlines have been on a rollercoaster ride over the last year as governments dropped, and then sometimes reimposed, restrictions that increased both the cost and hassle of travel in a bid to contain waves of the pandemic. CEO Jozsef Varadi told Reuters Wizz Air had cut costs and acquired new landing slots, meaning it was in a stronger position to compete with the likes of Ryanair and easyJet once the long-expected recovery comes.
When Restaurant Sat Bains, the two-Michelin-starred dining room by the banks of the Trent in Nottingham, reopens on 26 January, a full refurbishment will not be the only radical change. Any diners who wish to admire the new conservatory, reduced number of covers and more widely spaced tables by daylight will have to come for lunch on Saturday, for Bains has consigned the weekday lunch service to the compost heap of history.
Unilever will reduce staff numbers in more than 100 countries in a bid to shore up its finances and take on a more competitive operating model.
UK borrowing figures heap pressure on Sunak to ditch national insurance hike. Latest public finance data shows government borrowing £13bn less this year than forecast in October budget
The Treasury Select Committee said it is “deeply concerned” the rises in the National Living Wage were leaked ahead of the Autumn statement.
Royal Mail faces a clash with union bosses over plans to cull management bureaucracy and red tape that has blighted the postal monopoly since its privatisation almost a decade ago.
Chef’s business partner says payments were held up as company waited to receive Covid support grants
Citigroup plans £100m revamp of Canary Wharf tower. US investment bank to refurbish 42-storey building in London Docklands over next three years
Priti Patel is set to decide whether Mike Lynch should be extradited to the United States by the end of the week.
Shares in Tod's jumped more than 12% on Wednesday after the Italian luxury fashion group beat forecasts with its first increase in annual sales since 2015. Boosted by strong fourth-quarter growth in Europe and the United States, revenues rose almost 40% to 883.8 million euros ($997 million) last year, just below pre-pandemic levels, the luxury leather goods maker said on Tuesday. The sales figures will allow Tod's to report positive earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) for the 2021 fiscal year, Chief Executive Diego Della Valle said.
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Boeing has taken a $4.5bn (£3.3bn) hit after supply chain chaos sparked delays to deliveries of its Dreamliner jet.
The latest increase in the state pension age has resulted in record high employments levels among 65-year olds, research has found.
Plans to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2045 could wipe out 14,800 beef and sheep farms, the Ulster Farmers Union told MPs.
German companies doing business in China are worried the Omicron coronavirus variant will trigger more strict lockdown measures from Beijing that could exacerbate supply chain problems, the DIHK Chamber of Commerce said on Tuesday. "The Chinese strategy with targeted lockdowns has been very efficient so far," Jens Hildebrandt, DIHK's executive board member in China, told Reuters in an interview. But the more contagious Omicron variant could challenge the zero-COVID approach by Chinese authorities, especially as more Chinese citizens will travel across the country due to the upcoming holiday season, Hildebrandt said.
It's now no longer simply about how many square feet you have, but who has the highest ceilings because volume has become the new buzzword.