Facebook says it is going to permanently embrace remote working once the coronavirus pandemic ends - but this could come at a cost for employees. The world's biggest social network is going to start "aggressively opening up remote hiring" - with chief executive Mark Zuckerberg revealing that he expects about 50% of its workforce will end up doing their jobs outside of Facebook's offices within 10 years. However, the generous compensation packages that accompany a job in Silicon Valley could end up becoming a thing of the past.
Martin Lewis has given a major update for caravan owners seeking holiday park refunds. Parkdean Resorts were blasted by furious owners last week for refusing to give them any refunds for static caravans in the UK they can't use because of lockdown restrictions. The financial guru has been inundated with questions and complaints about this latest issue from people with caravans on other UK sites.
AstraZeneca has said it has the capacity to manufacture one billion doses of the University of Oxford's potential COVID-19 vaccine and plans to begin supplying it in September.
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