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Why Huawei’s days in the UK could be numbered

US sanctions threaten access to chip design software, which could determine its fate in the UK.

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Coronavirus: What it’s like to fly in the ‘new normal’

Flying is a very different experience in the age of coronavirus.

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When working from home is much more than emailing

Some jobs like animating films need more than just regular internet access and robust Wi-Fi.

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Holiday boom: ‘It’s bonkers. The phone has not stopped ringing’

Tourist spots have seen bookings boom after the government gave holidays the go ahead from 4 July.

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Coronavirus: How safe is it to get on a plane?

Many airlines are starting to resume flying, but they first need to reduce the risks of Covid-19.

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‘Stop using our pain to attract black consumers’

Some brands have been accused of jumping on the Black Lives Matter bandwagon just to sell their products.

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Fed acts to keep banks ‘prudent’ amid virus risks

The Federal Reserve has warned that big US banks risk losses of $700bn in a severe downturn.

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Coronavirus: How Africa’s supply chains are evolving

The coronavirus crisis is transforming and speeding up the evolution of Africa’s supply chains.

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US Treasury sent $1.4bn of pandemic aid to dead people

It was one of several “challenges” identified in an audit of federal pandemic relief programmes.

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Coronavirus: We’re taking pandemic seriously, says beauty firm

Skin care company Dermalogica is calling on the UK government to announce an opening date for salons.