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In Harlow, a bounce-back in June is now petering out for some traders – and fears are still growing over jobs
It appeared from business surveys last week that Britain’s private sector was surging back to life. But on the streets of Harlow, Essex, opinions about the state of the post-lockdown economy are mixed.
Nel Amodei, 46, is trying to rebuild trade at her fledgling coffee shop in Harlow’s old town, Nel’s, launched 10 weeks before the UK closed down in March – and said things were still not normal.
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The deal helps remove a cloud that has hung over CEO David Solomon since he took over at Goldman in late 2018.
A week ago few would have worn a face covering, on Friday most shoppers in Devizes or Stratford followed the rules
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Earlier this week, the sight of a person shopping in a mask in the Wiltshire market town of Devizes was an unusual one.
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Job losses are part of 900 set to go across the engineering company’s workforce worldwide
Dyson is to cut 900 jobs in a cost-cutting exercise that will result in its UK workforce bearing the brunt of the pain at the engineering firm founded by Britain’s richest man.
Staff were told of the job losses during a live video conference with chief executive Roland Krüger, who blamed the decision on the coronavirus pandemic.