The Australian share market closed higher, while consumers headed back to stores | Finance Report

Local shares were supported by good economic news from the US and China, while consumers headed back to the stores as the lock down eased. Phillip Lasker has today’s finance report. Read more of the ABC’s business coverage here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/business/ For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch more ABC News content … Read more The Australian share market closed higher, while consumers headed back to stores | Finance Report

Thousands of job losses as UK government accused of “sitting on sidelines” – BBC News

Ministers have been accused of “sitting on the sidelines” as companies announce thousands of job losses, due to the coronavirus pandemic. In recent days 12,000 redundancies have been announced, most of them in high street retail and aviation, sectors hit hardest by the lockdown. SSP which owns the food chains Upper Crust and Cafe Ritazza … Read more Thousands of job losses as UK government accused of “sitting on sidelines” – BBC News

Around 10,000 jobs to be lost from UK workforce | ITV News

High street giants and leading aviation firms have announced a slew of job losses, amounting to up to around 10,000 jobs which are set to disappear from the UK workforce. John Lewis, Airbus, Arcadia, Upper Crust and Harrods are just some of the firms which have announced major restructuring plans in the past day or … Read more Around 10,000 jobs to be lost from UK workforce | ITV News

Dr Tedros remarks at the COVID-19 press conference 29 June 2020

“We all want COVID-19 to be over. We all want to get on with our lives. But the hard reality is: this is not even close to being over. We will need even greater stores of resilience, patience, humility and generosity in the months ahead. This is a time for renewing our commitment to empowering … Read more Dr Tedros remarks at the COVID-19 press conference 29 June 2020

Devastated US dairy industry | Millions of gallons of milk go down the drain

The dairy industry has been devastated by the COVID-19 lockdown, with farmers literally pouring millions and millions of gallons of milk down the drain. Restaurants are shut and stores have put controls on how much milk people can buy, leaving a massive oversupply that stops farmers from even getting their products on the shelves in … Read more Devastated US dairy industry | Millions of gallons of milk go down the drain

H&M: What Is Clothing Retailer’s Approach to Re-Opening Stores

Jun.26 — Hennes & Mauritz AB Chief Financial Office Adam Karlsson discusses the Swedish clothing retailer’s re-opening strategy and plans for a debut issue of bonds after store closures and weak consumption due to the pandemic led to its first loss in at least a decade. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Walmart removes Mississippi flag from stores

Walmart says it will stop displaying the flag of the state of Mississippi in its stores Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled. Get the latest news on: http://reuters.com/ Follow Reuters on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reuters Follow Reuters on … Read more Walmart removes Mississippi flag from stores

Live: Beijing gives an update on the latest COVID-19 outbreak 北京召开疫情防控第131场新闻发布会

Authorities in Beijing hold the 131st press conference to share prevention and control measures on the latest #COVID19 outbreak. As of Tuesday, the Chinese capital has seen over 240 new infections since June 11, according to the local Health Commission. Meanwhile, testing for employees of restaurants, grocery stores, wholesale market as well as courier and … Read more Live: Beijing gives an update on the latest COVID-19 outbreak 北京召开疫情防控第131场新闻发布会

London Bar Follows Covid-19 Social Distancing Guidelines With Mannequins

Mannequins dressed in Victorian clothing could help one U.K. cocktail bar enforce coronavirus social distancing rules for restaurants, pubs and bars reopening after months of lockdown. Mr. Fogg’s in central London is planning to use the dummies to fill tables that can’t be occupied by paying punters, due to the strict restaurant guidelines for reopening … Read more London Bar Follows Covid-19 Social Distancing Guidelines With Mannequins

Bushfire-affected beekeepers sacrifice rebuilding for benefit of industry | ABC News

Commercial beekeepers on Kangaroo Island are choosing to sacrifice re-building their businesses destroyed by bushfire for the benefit of the industry. Almost half of the island was burned, leaving the surviving bees minimal food stores and keepers without an income. Brittany Evins reports. For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch more … Read more Bushfire-affected beekeepers sacrifice rebuilding for benefit of industry | ABC News

New York Primary Elections: AOC Campaign Truck Rallies Voters in the Bronx

Polling stations opened at 6am on Tuesday, June 23, as New York voters cast their ballots for local, state and federal candidates in the state’s primary election. The city Board of Elections (BOE) said it had processed about 550,000 absentee ballots this cycle, compared to 65,000 ballots in the 2016 presidential primary. The coronavirus pandemic … Read more New York Primary Elections: AOC Campaign Truck Rallies Voters in the Bronx

Starbucks Adds Impossible Sausage to U.S. Menu in Blow to Beyond Meat

Starbucks Corp. is adding an Impossible Foods Inc. sandwich to its U.S. breakfast line-up, a blow to rival Beyond Meat Inc. in the battle for plant-based dominance. The coffee behemoth on Tuesday announced it’s adding an Impossible sausage, egg and cheddar sandwich to its summer menu at the majority of its roughly 15,000 U.S. locations. … Read more Starbucks Adds Impossible Sausage to U.S. Menu in Blow to Beyond Meat

New Yorkers rejoice over phase two of lockdown re-opening

New York City residents, gradually emerging from more than 100 days of coronavirus lockdown, celebrated an easing of social-distancing restrictions on Monday by shopping at reopened stores, dining at outdoor cafes and getting their first haircuts in months. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our … Read more New Yorkers rejoice over phase two of lockdown re-opening

Uniqlo’s New Reusable Masks Sell Out

Asia’s largest retailer is betting that it has the right product at the right time. Bloomberg’s Kurumi Mori tries to get her hands on the Uniqlo AIRism face masks in Tokyo. Fast Retailing Co., operator of the clothing stores, is selling reusable face masks in Japan. The masks, which are sold in sets of three … Read more Uniqlo’s New Reusable Masks Sell Out

‘Unbelievable scenes’: Hundreds of party-goers clash with police, loot shops in German city

German authorities expressed shock Sunday over a rampage of an “unprecedented scale” overnight in the city centre of Stuttgart, where hundreds of party-goers ran riot, attacking police and plundering stores after smashing shop windows. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our website: http://www.france24.com … Read more ‘Unbelievable scenes’: Hundreds of party-goers clash with police, loot shops in German city