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Amigo said it would be insolvent if a proposed cap on customer payouts fails as the subprime lender published details of its plan.
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.
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.
JP Morgan upgraded Evraz to 'overweight' as the bank admitted it had been too gloomy about the prospects for steel companies.
H&T said annual profit would beat expectations after strong jewellery sales and the high gold price supported the pawnbroker's trading.
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.
Premier Oil has appointed Alexander Krane as chief financial officer for when the company's merger with Chrysaor completes.
Ricardo announced the departure of Chief Executive Dave Shemmans as the engineering group reported improved trading in the second half.
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.
Mothercare predicted it would suffer a small annual loss after sales dropped 38% in the first nine months of the year.
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.