Spanish lender Banco Sabadell has said it will consider options for its UK bank TSB after it called off a planned merger with rival BBVA. Sabadell and BBVA said they were in merger talks less than two weeks ago, but they failed to agree a price. Sabadell said it would now seek “strategic alternatives for creating value with regard ...

Sir Philip Green’s retail empire is facing collapse within days, putting 15,000 jobs at risk and bringing the curtain down on the high street career of one of Britain’s most controversial businessmen. It is understood that Arcadia Group – which owns TopShop, Burton and Dorothy Perkins – is preparing to appoint administrators from Deloitte as soon as next week. ...

A new tech regulator will work to limit the power of Google, Facebook and other tech platforms, the government has announced, in an effort to ensure a level playing field for smaller competitors and a fair market for consumers. Under the plans, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will gain a dedicated Digital Markets Unit, empowered to write and ...

Black Friday is expected to smash online sales records this year as struggling retailers slash prices in a desperate attempt to drum up trade after a lost November on the high street. The discount day has become the biggest shopping event of the year but the stakes are far higher this time round as coronavirus restrictions mean some retailers ...

The postal regulator appears to have cleared the way for the government to relax the statutory commitment of Royal Mail to deliver six days a week to all addresses in the UK. An Ofcom review of Royal Mail’s universal service obligation, enshrined in law, found that most homes and businesses will experience little impact in cutting deliveries to five ...

Companies are in a last-minute dash to stockpile goods from the European Union, according to logistics industry leaders, driving the price of customs services “through the roof”. With five weeks remaining before the post-Brexit transition period concludes, British businesses have rushed to import goods because of fears of disruption in the new year. Michael Gove, chancellor of the Duchy ...

The hospitality industry has claimed the government’s new Covid-19 tier system will wipe out billions of pounds of trading and lead to huge job losses, despite many venues being allowed to reopen. The system for England announced yesterday will place 98 per cent of the country’s hospitality sector under the toughest Tier 2 and Tier 3 restrictions, according to ...

Selling remotely is a convenient way of doing business but on the other side of the coin, making sure that your customers remain happy and satisfied can be challenging. Remote sales means selling products and services when you’re not in the same location as your customers, something that will prevent you from connecting with them. Remote sales and customer ...

Millions of people use the internet everyday: some use to complete their daily work; some use it  both research or study; others use it for entertainment. No matter what may be our daily use, individuals use Youtube for all purposes everyday and sometimes even multiple times in a day. For office workers, Youtube is an excellent resource to learn ...

While law is an energizing field of study, law understudies need to initially overcome graduate school and figure out how to deal with a lot of reports and an enormous remaining task at hand. All authoritative reports must be well-informed, broke down and finishing up contentions must be enticing, just as persuading. Only one out of every odd law ...