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Coca-Cola suspends social media advertising despite Facebook changes - BBC News Social Media Ad, Social Media Marketing, Coca Cola, Coloured People, Political Ads, Buy 1 Get 1, The Marketing, Business News, Socialism

Coca-Cola suspends social media advertising despite Facebook changes

The company condemns racism and seeks more accountability from Facebook and other platforms.

Amazon offers 'wellness chamber' for stressed staff - BBC News Meditation Videos, Guided Meditation, Amazon Shows, Warehouse Worker, Small Computer, Read Image, Twitter Video, Business Studies, Small Potted Plants

Amazon offers 'wellness chamber' for stressed staff

The "AmaZen" chambers will let staff watch meditation videos and see "calming scenes".

Is your boss spying on you as you work from home? - BBC News New York Times, University Of Southampton, Health Site, Organizational Behavior, Workers Rights, Health Questions, Business Studies, Tracking Software, Your Boss

Working from home? Your boss may be spying on you

Demand for software to monitor employees has surged in the US in recent weeks.

What is a recession? - BBC News Wales, School Leavers, Government Spending, Gross Domestic Product, Bank Of England, Affect Me, Business Studies, Great Depression, First Job

Coronavirus: What is a recession and how could it affect me?

The UK recession is over but the economy is not actually doing that well, so what does it all mean?

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Sunak to unveil £2bn home insulation scheme

The chancellor will announce some households could get grants up to £10,000 for energy-saving projects.

Who wins and who loses when oil prices fall? - BBC News West Texas Intermediate, International Energy Agency, Frat Parties, Government Spending, Business Studies, Crude Oil, Under Pressure, Oil And Gas, Economics

Who wins and who loses when oil prices fall?

While drivers may celebrate paying less at the pumps, falling oil prices can spell disaster.

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Netflix gets 16 million new sign-ups thanks to lockdown

The streaming service behind Tiger King added 16 million subscribers in the first months of the year.

Oxfam: UK halts funding over new sexual exploitation claims - BBC News Amélioration Continue, Curriculum Vitae, Business Studies, Labor, Billionaire, Bullying, Decir No, Oxfam, Tela

Oxfam: UK halts funding over new sexual exploitation claims

It comes as workers were suspended over sexual exploitation, three years after a similar scandal.

Leicester lockdown factories 'almost doubled staff' during Covid-19 - BBC News Textile Business, Workers Union, Business Studies, Image Caption, Back To Work, Factories, Leicester, Health And Safety, Bbc News

Leicester lockdown factories 'almost doubled staff' during Covid-19

A whistleblower in Leicester says demand for cheap clothing left workers exposed to Covid-19.

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Boohoo to investigate Leicester supplier over exploitation claims

The firm is to probe claims staff are underpaid and not socially distancing at a supplier in Leicester.

Leicester lockdown: Hancock 'worried' about practices at clothing factories - BBC News Textile Business, Workers Rights, Business Studies, Site Visit, Image Caption, The Day Will Come, Factories, Supply Chain, Leicester

Hancock 'worried' over Leicester clothing factory practices

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says he is "very worried about employment practices in some factories".

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Stock Markets - The Basics | Head Start in A-Level Economics

What are Stock Markets? This A-Level Economics video provides an essential introduction.We look at some of the key terms you will need to understanding when ...

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Coronavirus: Holiday lettings firm owner reverses no-refund policy

Regulators got a "significant proportion" of complaints about the firm behind Hoseasons and Cottages.com.

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How Tesco's 'doomsday exercise' helped it cope with the coronavirus

Boss Dave Lewis details how remote working tools were in place and supply systems readied for an emergency

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Coronavirus: Six things that are booming in sales

Amid the virus, some retailers are seeing trade collapse, but others are overwhelmed by demand.

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Coronavirus: Five firms booming despite the lockdown

Amid all the threats posed by Covid-19 pandemic, some firms are finding ways to forge ahead.