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Southwold-based Adnams today reported a 12% increase in first half profits to £962,000, with one-off gains on the sale of three pubs offsetting a dip in revenues.
The Treasury has sold the first tranche of shares in Royal Bank of Scotland for £2.1billion, but the taxpayer has made a loss of around £1bn on the sale.
Independent management, design and construction consultancy Pick Everard is set to expand into the aviation sector.
Ipswich-based media monitoring and analysis firm Cloud Media Insight has appointed five new executives.
Iconic contruction brands Tarmac and Blue Circle have been combined to create a UK leader in the building materials sector.
There was a £900,000 increase in the amount paid to delayed passengers in just one year – from £1.4m in 2013/14 to £2.3m in 2014/15.
East Anglia’s many ports and logistics businesses are being advised to prepare for new European Union customs duty arrangements which come into force next year.
New Anglia Growth Hub is to host a funding workshop, bringing together five providers of business support under one roof.
Members of the employment team at regional law firm Birketts raised more than £1,000 for Breast Cancer Care by taking part in the Tour de Wellbeing virtual cycle race, held by EMCOR UK to coincide with the Tour de France.
Regional airline Flybe has confirmed its 2015-16 winter schedule to and from Stansted.
Thousands of BT workers are to share in a £265million payout under share-related savings schemes which will see some employees making gains of more than £54,000.
State-backed Lloyds Banking Group’s provision for payment protection insurance mis-selling has topped £13billion after it yesterday took another £1.4billion hit over the scandal.
Development of Sizewell C took a huge step forward today as the companies were announced that will build its sister nuclear power station in Somerset.
Ajax Domestic Spares has marked 40 years in business in style by launching a new showroom in Foxhall Road, Ipswich.
An award-winning Suffolk restaurant has gained another accolade after being ranked the 26th best in the country.
BT is to pay out up to £129million to extend the Government-led roll-out of superfast broadband, after a bigger-than-expected take-up of the service.
Energy giants Royal Dutch Shell and Centrica today revealed plans to axe a total of more than 12,000 jobs.
Around 200 people are to lose their jobs at the Ipswich office of global insurance broker and risk management group Willis.
Essex gin maker Hayman Distillers is celebrating after winning a Gold award at this year’s International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC).
Higher breakfast sales and a bigger range of healthier products helped Greggs grow underlying profits by 51% in the first half of the year.
Barclays boss John McFarlane today signalled plans to ramp up growth, squeeze costs and streamline the business after announcing a 25% rise in first half profits.
The absence of a clear Government stategy is leaving the offshore wind industry “in limbo”, according to a leading figure within the sector in East Anglia.
UK growth bounced back in the second quarter of 2015 as gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 0.7%, according to official figures.
Staff at Ipswich-based turf maintenance machinery maker Ransomes Jacobsen have marked the end of an era, with the last Ransomes Commander mower having rolled off the production line.
Ipswich-based law firm Barker Gotelee has welcomed four new employees across its expanding business.
Businessman Charles Manning is pleased with the way his Bears bowling bar and grill is fitting into the entertainment offer in Ipswich – and with the business community.
Budget airline Ryanair today reported a 25% jump in earnings for the first quarter of its new financial year.
Alton Towers owner Merlin expects annual earnings for its theme parks business to drop by as much as £47million this year following last month’s rollercoaster crash.
A council has managed to secure tenants for a new office development before work has even begun on building it.
Manufacturers in the East of England are helping to lead the way in exports and business confidence, according to a new report