July 27 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
BHP Group Plc has developed its own COVID-19 contact-tracing app and is in talks to share the technology more widely in Chile as the country battles the pandemic. https://bit.ly/39wMduo
A surge in demand for recipe food boxes has prompted Gousto to create a thousand new jobs after doubling sales since the start of the year. https://bit.ly/2X1N9Sq
Everyone over 40 in United Kingdom would start contributing towards the cost of care in later life under radical plans being studied by ministers to finally end the crisis in social care, the Guardian can reveal. https://bit.ly/302w901
Debenhams has put itself up for sale in a last-ditch attempt to prevent a fall into liquidation. The 242-year-old department store chain this weekend appointed investment bank Lazard to oversee the sale process and hopes to secure a buyer before the end of September. https://bit.ly/30NX2UT
Darktrace has dropped one of its two chief executives, Nicole Eagan, and moved the former boss to head of strategy as it prepares for a float next year. https://bit.ly/3g3GgHG
The UK government has warned it "won't hesitate" to add more countries to its quarantine list at short notice - despite anger among Britons who went to Spain unaware they would have to isolate for two weeks upon returning. https://bit.ly/300p1RN
TUI AG has cancelled all holidays to mainland Spain for two weeks after Britain imposed a quarantine on those returning from the country. https://bit.ly/30M8r7G (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)