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Sector
Industrials
Size
Large Cap
Market Cap £64.71bn
Enterprise Value £66.99bn
Revenue £42.72bn
Position in Universe 14th / 849

PRESS DIGEST-British Business - April 15

Thu 15th April, 2021 1:55am
April 15 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on
the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not
verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. 
    
    
    The Times
    - HSBC Holdings Plc  HSBA.L  is relocating four senior
bosses from London to Hong Kong as the bank pushes ahead with
plans to tilt its business further towards fast-growing Asian
economies. https://bit.ly/3twQLd2
    - Regional British airline Flybe is seeking to return to the
skies after a vulture fund completed a rescue deal for the
collapsed airline. https://bit.ly/2QqlmKG
    
    The Guardian
    - Uber Technologies Inc  UBER.N  has been ordered to
reinstate five British drivers who were struck off from its
ride-hailing app by robot technology. https://bit.ly/2QtKNen
    - British supermarket chain, Asda Stores Ltd, is to stop
baking bread, croissants, and buns in-store at its 341
supermarkets, putting 1,200 jobs at risk. https://bit.ly/2RqtpHZ
    
    The Telegraph
    - British Airways says flights to the US should restart
immediately because of the swift vaccine rollout in both the UK
and America, while easyJet expects to start operating more
flights from late May. https://bit.ly/2RA1VQq
    - Energy and home services provider British Gas sacked
hundreds of engineers on Wednesday following a bitter row over
pay and conditions with the engineers facing a noon deadline to
agree to new terms involving longer hours and weekend work or be
dismissed. https://bit.ly/3sk6GdA
    
    Sky News
    - CEO of online beauty retailer The Hut Group, Matthew
Moulding, is to hand a £100m stake in the company to a new
charitable foundation - establishing him as one of Britain's
biggest individual philanthropists. https://bit.ly/32cYOjv
    - British aerospace employers, including Rolls-Royce
Holdings Plc  RR.L  and Airbus SE  AIR.PA , have urged the
business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng to step into the crisis
engulfing the steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta amid fears of a global
shortage of specialist materials. https://bit.ly/2ORL6zq
    

    
    
    
    
    
    
    

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