Santander is trying to poach some of Credit Suisse’s most senior investment bankers, UK prime minister Rishi Sunak looks to establish calm after deputy prime minister Domic Raab resigned last week, American dollar stores have to adjust for the age of inflation and UK therapist are pushing back on US mental health platform.

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Santander moves to hire some of Credit Suisse’s top dealmakers

Dominic Raab resigns as UK deputy prime minister over bullying claims

America’s dollar stores get a makeover for the age of inflation

Therapists sound alarm on BetterHelp’s rapid UK expansion

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