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'Blackmailers stole our Instagram account'
What happens when a small company is extorted after losing control of its Instagram account?
Coronavirus: Yo! Sushi to shut restaurants and cut 250 jobs
The company, known for its conveyor belt service, has launched a company voluntary arrangement.
Gymshark: Ex-pizza delivery boy’s sportswear firm worth over £1bn
Ben Francis, the founder of sportswear company Gymshark, is now worth an estimated £700m.
Just Eat to stop using gig economy workers
Boss Jitse Groen says he would rather have staff who get benefits and more workplace protection.
Eurotunnel warns travellers not to turn up without a booking
The firm says customers trying to return early from France must have a booking to travel.
‘Raise sick pay’ to lower virus health and economic risks
It would manage a "crude" trade-off between lives and jobs as the UK economy reopens, a report says.
'We were all packed, then they cancelled our holiday'
Hundreds of would-be holidaymakers are finding their bookings have been cancelled at the last minute.
What to expect as China-US trade talks resume
The two economic superpowers have seen tensions rise considerably since their last negotiations.