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Amigo warns on insolvency if payout plan fails

Amigo said it would be insolvent if a proposed cap on customer payouts fails as the subprime lender published details of its plan.

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Dominion sues Trump lawyer Giuliani for $1.3bn

Dominion Voting Systems is seeking at least $1. 3bn (£950m) of damages from Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuiliani for statements that allegedly damaged its reputation and encouraged death threats against its employees.

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Moderna works on booster jab to combat new strain

Moderna is developing an emerging variant booster after a strain of Covid-19 discovered in South Africa showed itself to be more resistant to the company's existing vaccine.

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JP Morgan ups Evraz to 'overweight' after steel surge

JP Morgan upgraded Evraz to 'overweight' as the bank admitted it had been too gloomy about the prospects for steel companies.

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Pawnbroker H&T's profit to beat expectations

H&T said annual profit would beat expectations after strong jewellery sales and the high gold price supported the pawnbroker's trading.

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Johnson refuses to say when schools will reopen

Boris Johnson said he was considering relaxing some Covid-19 measures before mid-February but refused to say schools would be open as normal before Easter.

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Premier Oil hires Alexander Krane as post-merger CFO

Premier Oil has appointed Alexander Krane as chief financial officer for when the company's merger with Chrysaor completes.

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Ricardo CEO Shemmans quits as trading picks up

Ricardo announced the departure of Chief Executive Dave Shemmans as the engineering group reported improved trading in the second half.

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Network International says DPO's Wirecard links 'regrettable' but limited

Network International said it had found no evidence of wrongdoing by DPO, the African payments company it is buying for $288m, and that DPO's links to a former Wirecard executive were "regrettable" but limited.

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Mothercare predicts loss after sales drop 38%

Mothercare predicted it would suffer a small annual loss after sales dropped 38% in the first nine months of the year.

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Covid-19 delays TP Icap's post-Brexit EU operation

TP Icap said Covid-19 prevented the company from staffing European offices to comply with post-Brexit rules and that its UK operations no longer had permission to service all clients in the EU.