Businesses need much more than the tax cuts on offer in this general election

Boris Johnson’s main pitch to business leaders is that he can at least resolve our tortured departure from the European Union once and for all. At the CBI, however, he also pledged some tax reforms. The trouble is, they were, to put it mildly, at the fiddly, not-terribly-exciting end of the spectrum.

Bucks Co. Small Business Teleconference On Coronavirus Set

They are expected to include employment attorney Christina Reger, SCORE mentor Nina De Rosa, Small Business Administration representative James Verbeck and Donna Botti, a digital marketing and website development expert, among others.

Ministry proposes US$843 million bailout package for businesses during COVID-19

It recommended exempting tuition fees for students who are members of COVID-19 infected families. In addition, a reduction of 15-20 percent of tuition fees in the school year of 2020 for all students to share the burden with parents nationwide should be applied, the ministry said.

COVID-19: CSCS activates business continuity plan, goes fully digital

READ ALSOBuhari has no power to restrict movement – Adegboruwa Speaking on COVID-19, Mr. Haruna Jalo-Waziri, the Chief Executive Officer, CSCS Plc said, “as the Financial Market Infrastructure for the Nigerian Capital Market, we are fully committed to efficient delivery on all our services, as we work with all stakeholders to reinforce the resilience and […]

Would you buy a home from a virtual viewings? Estate agents turn to online tours in the hope of staying in business

And an app called Houso (houso.co.uk) carries listings of properties from Aberdeen to Torquay, mostly with descriptions, photos and videos created directly by sellers, which have been viewed by more than 9,000 people in recent weeks. 

Football is shut down across Europe due to the coronavirus, but in Belarus it’s business as usual

“I am against any kind of panic. Regarding attending football matches — here, everyone decides for himself. Our players do not panic out onto the field and play. Among them are many of my friends and, if there is a real threat to their health, the health of the crowd, I’m sure the matches will […]

Businesses like investment tax breaks, but will they spend?

For instance, Cisco System Inc’s (CSCO.O) Chief Executive Chuck Robbins said at an investor conference in February that if the company was able to repatriate profit from overseas it would look at strategic investments and returning capital to investors.

Zoos closed by coronavirus but keeping it ‘business as usual’ for the animals comes at a high cost

“At the moment I’m just bouncing from pillar to post and trying to work out what our next step forward is and how we can save money and all those sort of things to make sure that we can last through this.”

Coronavirus latest blow to bushfire-affected businesses across the Blue Mountains

Small businesses will be eligible for a $10,000 small business grant if they have experienced a 40 per cent drop in revenue over a three-month period, compared to the previous year, as a result of the bushfires.

Batemans Bay businesses on bushfire-ravaged South Coast sing for Canberra tourists to return

The primary issue was that the widespread media coverage had sent out the message that the damage from the fires was more widespread in town than it had been, Ms Miers said.