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Butley: Holiday flats approved for Oyster Inn amid concerns about its future

The owner of a Suffolk pub said its future is in “better shape than ever” after an application for holiday lets was approved in spite of fears it would spell the historic inn’s demise.

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Archant chief executive steps down

Archant, the leading UK regional publisher whose titles include the EADT, has announced that Adrian Jeakings has stepped down as Archant chief executive and board member.

Ryanair says it will be upping its flights at Stansted

UK/Stansted: Ryanair increases profits forecast and says it will increase new routes and frequencies at Stansted

Ryanair’s new routes and frequencies at Stansted and Dublin airports are due to increase “substantially” while there will be more investment to make routes attractive to business customers, the carrier said as it set out aggressive plans for expansion in Europe.

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Essex: Prominent agricultural machinery dealer Alan Doe dies aged 85

A stalwart of the East Anglian farming community and successful business entrepreneur has died aged 85.

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Charles Sylvester of Charles Stanley & Co, Ipswich

City Watch: Charles Sylvester sees a potential precedent in New Zealand

In early July, the equity market pulled back as investors contemplated a turn in the UK interest rate cycle.

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Victoria Spellman, a partner at Gotelee Solicitors

Business Law: Victoria Spellman examines action by the FCA on unfair payment tactics

The well-known payday lender Wonga was recently ordered to repay £2.6million to 45,000 customers for a series of errors, including sending letters to customers from a pair of non-existent law firms in order to put pressure on late payers.

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Sally Chicken, president, and Colin Barrett, vice-president, of the East of England Co-op.

Movers & Shakers: Sally Chicken takes up presidency of East of England Co-op

Sally Chicken has been elected president of the East of England Co-operative Society following five years on its board of directors.

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The Oyster Inn, Butley, before it closed

Butley: Holiday flats approved for Oyster Inn amid concerns about its future

The owner of a Suffolk pub said its future is in “better shape than ever” after an application for holiday lets was approved in spite of fears it would spell the historic inn’s demise.

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    Ross McEwan, chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland.

    The Week Ahead: Interims due from Barclays, Lloyds, RBS, Centrica IAG and Greggs

    Three of Britain’s “big four” banks will continue to be haunted by past misconduct issues when they deliver interim results over the coming week while energy group Centrica will also be back in the spotlight.

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    Green 100

    Green 100 celebrates the efforts being made by Suffolk & Norfolk businesses who are actively implementing green measures, reducing carbon footprint and working in the Green Economy. Whether brewing low carbon beer, producing recyclable packaging, supplying solar pv equipment or simply making your office more energy efficient the project looks to identify businesses and organisations from many sectors including industry, hospitality, retail, public, education and charity. Find out more at: http://www.green100.co.uk

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