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Industry and local government leaders will meet bosses at the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) next month to discuss the future of its training centre.
Two credit unions operating across East Anglia have teamed up with a digital bank to offer customers more ways to manage their money.
Ambitious plans to safeguard Norfolk and Suffolk’s burgeoning life science sector and bio-economy have been revealed.
Troubled construction firm Carillion has seen its crisis deepen as it emerged that lenders effectively rejected a rescue plan proposed by the debt-laden group.
The dreaded post-Christmas credit card bills are beginning to arrive. Moneysavingexpert’s Martin Lewis explains how to tackle them.
Our reader wants to know if self-investing and making active investment decisions over their pension, rather than putting faith in a pension company, would be a good idea. Carl Lamb of Almary Green responds.
Learning more about how East Anglian companies can become better places to work stands to benefit us all, writes Mark Shields.
Is your company one of the best employers in the region? A new initiative aims to find the top businesses to work for in East Anglia – and how to improve your workplace.
Every business can learn from Best Employers - and it’s not just about the trophies, writes Alex Pearce, director of assessment at Eras.
Where should you invest your emergency fund to get the maximum return within easy reach? Carl Lamb from Almary Green explains.
The final turbine has been installed at the Galloper offshore wind farm, off the coast of Suffolk.
There are some simple ways to make some free cash this Christmas, writes James Walker of Resolver.co.uk.
Homes and businesses will have a legal right to demand high-speed broadband by 2020 under new regulations to help the 1.1 million premises which cannot access decent speeds.
Local Recall will also allow readers to search 150 years of archives with voice command.
Slade are on the radio, there’s tinsel everywhere and supermarket shelves are stacked high with mince pies.
A global company which has kept more than 100 East Anglian workers in limbo over their jobs for more than two months has topped a list of Britain’s most admired firms.
More than 100 people have lost their jobs at the Thetford headquarters of troubled furniture chain Multiyork, administrators have confirmed.
Crash-for-cash fraudsters are fuelling a compensation culture which is pushing car insurance premiums to record levels and costing motorists £5m a day, as promised government reform stall.
Fears are rising that Four Seasons, Britain’s second biggest care homes operator, is heading for administration as hopes of a rescue deal for the debt-stricken group fade.
Brewer and distiller Adnams says it has cut its annual carbon emissions by more than 1,000 tonnes after completing a transition to renewable energy across its entire business.
The boss of a growing building society says he sees a future for finance on the high street despite a raft of bank branch closures in recent weeks.
They span sectors from tech to health, and tourism to manufacturing – but they are all united by an ambition to grow. Meet the Future50 Class of 2018.
Despite being the only community interest company in the list, Your Own Place has the same growth ambitions as other Future50 members.
A select group of the region’s most ambitious and inventive companies have been welcomed into the Future50 Class of 2018.
Workers in the East of England have seen the biggest wage rise in the country, according to new research which says the region’s skills shortage is damaging employee morale.
Soft drinks giant Britvic has seen full-year profits tumble after it was stung by costs related to an efficiency drive.
The name of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will finally disappear from East Anglian high streets next May, its owner has revealed.
More than 120 people have been made redundant in Brandon after troubled wholesaler Palmer & Harvey went into administration.
While retailers try to entice Christmas shoppers with cheap drinks deals, one East Anglian brewery is already planning for the new year detox - and thinks sales of its alcohol-free beer could soar.
The government has unveiled plans aimed at making the UK the world’s most innovative nation by 2030 by investing £725m to “transform” industries.
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