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Hotel Chocolat enhances sales as fans feed yearning online

Chocoholics turned to the web during the Covid-19 pandemic, helping Hotel Chocolat increase sales and earnings in spite of the high street lockdowns. The Cambridgeshire-based company stated it had actually accomplished sales growth in the UK in addition to in its key brand-new markets– Japan and the US– even while …

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Hotel Chocolat enhances sales as fans feed yearning online

Chocoholics turned to the web during the Covid-19 pandemic, helping Hotel Chocolat increase sales and earnings in spite of the high street lockdowns. The Cambridgeshire-based company stated it had actually accomplished sales growth in the UK in addition to in its key brand-new markets– Japan and the US– even while …

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US ought to consider restriction on Boohoo clothes, states charity

A charity has advised US authorities to consider a restriction on Boohoo’s clothes over bad conditions in the online fashion seller’s UK supply chain. Liberty Shared, which projects against contemporary slavery, stated it had sent out a petition to US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on 1 February concerning “the …

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US ought to consider restriction on Boohoo clothes, states charity

A charity has advised US authorities to consider a restriction on Boohoo’s clothes over bad conditions in the online fashion seller’s UK supply chain. Liberty Shared, which projects against contemporary slavery, stated it had sent out a petition to US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on 1 February concerning “the …

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Ofgem faces National Grid difficulty over energy profits plan

National Grid will lead an industry disobedience against the energy regulator by taking Ofgem’s strategy to cut energy network company incomes to the competition guard dog. The company said it would refer parts of Ofgem’s new regulative plan to the Competitors and Markets Authority (CMA) due to the fact that …

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UK house costs increase as end of stamp duty holiday nears

UK house prices recuperated in February in spite of the imminent end of the stamp duty holiday, fuelled by altering housing preferences in the Covid-19 pandemic, and some buyers wagering that the tax saving will be extended. The average rate of a house rose by 0.7% to ₤ 231,068, the …

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Volvo says it will make only electrical vehicles by 2030

Volvo plans to offer just electric automobiles by 2030 in the current move by a tradition carmaker to abandon fossil fuels that contribute to international heating. The Swedish carmaker likewise said it would only offer its electrical vehicles direct to customers online, in a blow to the standard model of …

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Fossil fuel emissions in danger of exceeding pre Covid levels

The world has just a few months to prevent the energy industry’s carbon emissions from surpassing pre-pandemic levels this year as economies begin to rebound from Covid-19 limitations, according to the International Energy Company. Brand-new figures from the worldwide energy guard dog discovered that fossil fuel emissions climbed up gradually …

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City watchdog scraps bonuses for its top staff after LC&F scandal

The City guard dog is ditching performance-related pay and benefits for senior executives, and likewise plans to impose income cuts, as it faces criticism over its handling of the London Capital & Financing (LC&F) financial investment scandal. After an outcry about the Financial Conduct Authority’s failure to effectively police the …

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