June 19 2013 Latest news:
The Fox Inn in Bury St Edmunds is being taken over by major pub and brewing company Greene King.
Outgoing Radio Suffolk breakfast host Terry Baxter is to take on a new role in his home town.
James Davey has been named as the new chairman of ISSBA, the Ipswich and Suffolk Small Business Association, taking over the role from Roger Barcham, who stepped down last month due to a short-term health issue.
An agricultural show dating back to the early 19th century is set to feature on a cookery programme celebrating spicy ingredients.
Two weeks ago I was remarking on the reversal of fortunes for stock markets, which had been unsettled by doubts over whether the US Federal Reserve Bank would continue with its policy of monetary easing.
The recent case of Coward v Phaestos Ltd and others considered the ownership of partnership property. The dispute concerned the ownership of software which was the core asset of a successful business, IKOS, carried on by the defendant companies.
BUSINESSES in Suffolk were today urged to throw their weight behind the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.
As Colchester Zoo celebrates its 50th birthday, Sheline Clarke speaks to zoological director Anthony Tropeano about how running the attraction as a successful business is crucial to meeting the needs of his animals, and others around the world.
CATHRYN James has been appointed as the new managing director of Norse Commercial Services subsidiaries, Waveney Norse and Suffolk Coastal Services (SCS) following the retirement of Dennis Ball.