CA daily briefing: Wednesday 5 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
ICAS is making a long-term commitment to mental health and the role of business in taking responsibility for individual wellbeing, says CEO Bruce Cartwright CA.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Ikea starts buy-back scheme offering vouchers for old furniture (BBC News)
- Virgin Money swings to profit on lower bad loan provisions (City AM)
- ARK Innovation's performance under pressure as tech stocks swoon (Reuters)
- Post-Brexit fishing rights row rumbles on as France threatens to cut off electricity supply to Jersey (Sky News)
- Student Loans Company holds £18.3m in overpayments made since 2015 (The Guardian)
- Recovery commission urges collaborative approach to rebuilding UK economy (Accountancy Age)
- UK supermarkets warn Brazil over Amazon land bill (BBC News)
- Boohoo sales and profits surge after fast fashion retailer ups loungewear and activewear offering during pandemic (City AM)
- Fear of rising interest rates sends shares tumbling in both US and Europe (Reuters)
- Travel industry leaders demand 'clarity' over restrictions to help them meet holiday demand (Sky News)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.