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Green economy plans fuel new metals and energy 'supercycle' | Business | The Guardian Gas Company, Mining Company, Dalian, Commodity Market, Liberal Party, Iron Ore, Low Carbon, High Stakes, Global Economy

Green economy plans fuel new metals and energy 'supercycle'

Chinese growth and post-Covid recovery plans are powering a commodities boom, say analysts

China to overtake US as world's biggest economy by 2028, report predicts | China | The Guardian Trade Finance, Finance Bank, Gross Domestic Product, Use Of Technology, China Sets, Global Economy, Environmental Issues, World's Biggest, The Guardian

China to overtake US as world's biggest economy by 2028, report predicts

Centre for Economics and Business Research says it expects this to happen half a decade sooner than it forecast a year ago

Amazon had sales income of €44bn in Europe in 2020 but paid no corporation tax | Amazon | The Guardian

Amazon had sales income of €44bn in Europe in 2020 but paid no corporation tax

Despite lockdown surge the firm’s Luxembourg unit made a €1.2bn loss and therefore paid zero corporation tax

Value judgment: Donald Trump tumbles down billionaires’ rankings | US income inequality | The Guardian One America News, Roman Britain, Trump Taxes, Social Media Company, Roman Soldiers, Former President, Billionaire, The Guardian

Value judgment: Donald Trump tumbles down billionaires’ rankings

While the richest got spectacularly richer during the pandemic, the ex-president plummeted nearly 300 places in the Forbes list

Uber drivers entitled to workers' rights, UK supreme court rules | Uber | The Guardian Uber Business, See And Say, Workers Rights, Z Boys, Uber Driver, Self Employment, Minimum Wage

Uber drivers entitled to workers' rights, UK supreme court rules

Decision means drivers should receive minimum wage and paid holidays, say lawyers

When the music stops: Glastonbury businesses fear for future | Glastonbury festival | The Guardian Somerset, The Guardian, Future, Business, Music, Musica, Future Tense, Musik, Muziek

When the music stops: Glastonbury businesses fear for future

The cancellation of the festival has left a void of tens of millions of pounds in the Somerset economy

Boohoo 'set to buy' Debenhams' online business for £50m | Debenhams | The Guardian Philip Green, High Street Stores, Financial Times, Oxford Street, Jd Sports, Supply Chain, Leicester, Department Store

Boohoo 'set to buy' Debenhams' online business for £50m

Historic retailer could agree deal with internet firm this week, but high street stores are likely to close

China to overtake US as world's biggest economy by 2028, report predicts | China | The Guardian Trade Finance, Finance Bank, Gross Domestic Product, Use Of Technology, China Sets, Global Economy, Environmental Issues, World's Biggest, The Guardian

China to overtake US as world's biggest economy by 2028, report predicts

Centre for Economics and Business Research says it expects this to happen half a decade sooner than it forecast a year ago

'I'm often faster': Milan's bicycling bookseller takes on the online giants | Italy | The Guardian Milan, Velo Cargo, Don Quixote, The Guardian, Orchestra, Baby Strollers, Competition, The Neighbourhood, Bicycle

'I'm often faster': Milan's bicycling bookseller takes on the online giants

Luca Santini took his fight against Amazon and others to the streets after having to close his bookshop

The inevitable collapse of Arcadia is a cautionary tale for British capitalism | Philip Green | The Guardian Financial Engineering, Philip Green, Tax Haven, Inevitable, The Guardian, Larry, British, Model

The inevitable collapse of Arcadia is a cautionary tale for British capitalism | Larry Elliott

Philip Green favoured making a fast buck over investing in response to retail’s changing landscape – and he paid the price, says Larry Elliott, the Guardian’s economics editor

The inevitable collapse of Arcadia is a cautionary tale for British capitalism | Philip Green | The Guardian Financial Engineering, Philip Green, Tax Haven, Inevitable, The Guardian, Larry, British, Model

The inevitable collapse of Arcadia is a cautionary tale for British capitalism | Larry Elliott

Philip Green favoured making a fast buck over investing in response to retail’s changing landscape – and he paid the price, says Larry Elliott, the Guardian’s economics editor

Strictly dropped us after we asked to be paid, say musicians | Strictly Come Dancing | The Guardian Bbc S, Strictly Come Dancing, It Takes Two, Professional Dancers, Fight For You, Latest Albums, London Photography, London Life

Strictly dropped us after we asked to be paid, say musicians

Band say they were offered a free lunch and ‘screen time’ for appearing on BBC’s spinoff It Takes Two

Philip Green's Arcadia Group collapses into administration | Business | The Guardian Arcadia Group, Mike Ashley, Philip Green, British Steel, Pension Fund, Parent Company, Sports Direct, Under The Lights, Sad Day

Philip Green's Arcadia Group collapses into administration

More than 13,000 jobs at risk in biggest UK corporate failure of the Covid pandemic

UK carmakers plead for clarity as they stockpile parts and cars for Brexit | Business | The Guardian Move Car, Consumer Behaviour, Import Cars, Car Prices, World Trade, The Guardian, Cars For Sale, Liverpool, Nissan

UK carmakers plead for clarity as they stockpile parts and cars for Brexit

WTO tariffs could add 10% to car prices if deal is not agreed before 2021

Philip Green urged to plug pension gap before Arcadia administration | Business | The Guardian Mike Ashley, Philip Green, Retail Sector, Pension Fund, Gap, Topshop, Business, Store, Business Illustration

Philip Green urged to plug pension gap before Arcadia administration

Topshop and Burton owner expected to enter administration within hours

New UK tech regulator to limit power of Google and Facebook | Technology | The Guardian Google Facebook, Advertising Industry, Us Government, Mobile Technology, The Guardian, About Uk, Competition

New UK tech regulator to limit power of Google and Facebook

Alok Sharma says dominance of a few big companies hurts innovation and curtails customer choice