Scottish pub business G1 Group vows to retain all staff G1 Group - Scotland’s largest managed pub, restaurant and hotel operator - has said it will retain all its staff during the Covid-19 crisis, utilising support from the government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Read more.

BrewDog founders to forgo 2020 salary In a tweet, co-founder James Watt said that in order to save as many jobs as they can, he and Martin Dickie would be forgoing all their salary for 2020. Read more.

Franco Manca, The Real Greek and Café Rouge close all sites The restaurant brands have become the latest businesses to close every one of their sites, having previously had a small number open for delivery-only. Read more.

Greene King chief executive to take 50% wage cut Nick Mackenzie, chief executive of brewer and retailer Greene King, has said he will take a 50% pay cut for the duration of the coronavirus crisis, and has committed to continue paying his 38,000 staff. Read more.

Las Iguanas commits to providing delivery option for key workers The Casual Dining Group brand Las Iguanas has said it will remain available for delivery and takeaway, in order to continue serving NHS staff and other key workers during the coronavirus outbreak. Read more.

SSP raises £216m to help cope with coronavirus crisis SSP Group, the UK-based transport hub foodservice specialist, has raised £216m through an emergency share placing. Additionally, the group has agreed a new £112m 18-month credit facility. Read more.