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Amazon to continue accepting Visa credit cards in UK as it bids to resolve payment dispute
Amazon has announced that it will not stop accepting Visa credit cards for UK payments later this week as had been planned as the two companies seek to resolve a dispute.
COVID-19: Credit Suisse chairman Antonio Horta-Osorio resigns nine months into role after bank probe finds he breached quarantine rules
Credit Suisse's chairman has resigned just nine months into the role after breaching COVID-19 quarantine rules - in fresh controversy for the global investment bank as it recovers from a string of scandals.
Scottish offshore wind farm contracts worth £700m awarded as Nicola Sturgeon welcomes 'really exciting' future
Contracts worth almost £700 million for new offshore wind farms along Scotland's coasts is "one of the biggest, most significant days" in the nation's energy and industrial future, Nicola Sturgeon has told Sky News.
China posts 8.1% growth for 2021 but a property downturn and its zero-COVID policy could add pressure
China's economy grew by 8.1% in 2021 as it rebounded from a coronavirus-driven slump - but there were signs it was stuttering as the year drew to a close.
Unilever risks becoming a takeover target as it pursues GSK's consumer healthcare arm
Unilever's £50bn offer for the consumer healthcare arm of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been rejected - but this feels like the start of what could turn out to be a protracted takeover battle.
Unilever shares fall as it defends £50bn approach for GSK's Aquafresh to Panadol consumer arm
Shares in consumer goods giant Unilever have fallen after it defended its £50bn takeover approach for the consumer healthcare arm of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), describing the business as a "strong strategic fit".
Cost of living: Households facing 'fuel stress' set to triple as energy bills surge, think-tank warns
The number of households suffering "fuel stress" because they spend 10% or more of their budget on energy bills looks set to triple to 6.3 million, according to a think-tank.
COVID self-isolation rules, offshore wind farms and house prices
Ian King explores the change to coronavirus self-isolation rules in England and the impact on businesses.
COVID: Pandemic has fuelled 'billionaire bonanza' as richest see fortunes double, says Oxfam
The world's 10 richest men have seen their fortunes more than double during the coronavirus pandemic, making them richer than the world's poorest 3.1 billion people combined, according to Oxfam.
Ex-Farfetch executive Robb among contenders to become ASOS CEO
A former executive at Farfetch, the online luxury fashion platform, is a contender to become the next boss of ASOS, the £2.3bn digital retailer.
- High-risk Covid patients in Fife amongst first in UK to be offered 'ground-breaking' treatments
- Man living in Fife talks about overcoming two strokes to become international darts player
- Police appeal for information after man assaulted in Fife
- Man taken to hospital after serious road crash in Fife
Slow traffic on A91 from Kincaple Turn Off (Guardbridge) to St Andrews Golf Club (St Andrews). In the roadworks area.
Reports of A702 Comiston Road both ways blocked, queueing traffic due to building fire at Craiglea Drive.
Craigie Street both ways closed due to safer streets initiative from A929 Albert Street to Kemback Street.
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