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Revolut founder plots path to $10bn valuation with new fundraising
The founder of Revolut is plotting a new fundraising that will value the company at more than $10bn (£7.2bn) and cement his status as one of Europe's youngest fintech billionaires.
FTSE 100 'milestone' as it tops 7,000 mark for first time in more than a year
The FTSE 100 has climbed above the 7,000 mark for the first time since the early days of the coronavirus crisis.
Elon Musk's SpaceX wins $2.9bn NASA contract to send humans to the moon
Elon Musk's private space company SpaceX has won a $2.9bn (£2.1bn) NASA contract to build a spacecraft to put humans on the moon.
Poundland owner Pepco snubs London with plan for £4bn Polish listing
Poundland's owner is snubbing London to pursue a €4.5bn (£3.9bn) listing in Warsaw after months of deliberations about a flotation that would have further bolstered the ranks of listed retailers on the London stock market.
David Cameron lobbying: Whitehall spending watchdog to probe Greensill's role in COVID support schemes
Whitehall's spending watchdog has launched an investigation into Greensill Capital's involvement in government-backed COVID support schemes prior to the firm's collapse.
COVID-19: Hays Travel calls for price of holidaymaker coronavirus tests to be cut to £30
The cost of COVID-19 tests for holidaymakers should be cut to £30 to encourage people to start travelling again, a boss at one of Britain's biggest travel chains has told Sky News.
Ocado plans self-driving delivery vehicles and 'kerb to kitchen' robots in Oxbotica tech tie-up
Ocado has revealed plans to develop self-driving delivery vehicles and "kerb to kitchen" robots as part of a tie-up with tech firm Oxbotica.
COVID-19: China's post-pandemic rebound levels off as GDP growth slows to 0.6%
China's economic growth slowed at the start of this year as its post-pandemic rebound began to level off, official figures showed.
Hong Kong: Media tycoon Jimmy Lai jailed over pro-democracy protests
Billionaire Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has been imprisoned over his role in pro-democracy protests.