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Print company Denny Bros has donated £2,000 to mental health charity Suffolk Mind after a collaboration with local artist Kate Jackson.
Life sciences business Sanofi has held a number of events this month to celebrate the 35th anniversary since the start of operations at its Haverhill site.
Sizewell B operator EDF Energy has suffered a drop in half-year profits amid rising competition, unexpected outages and lower nuclear energy prices across the UK.
A long-term sciatica sufferer who mastered his own recovery has launched a new soft tissue therapy service in Suffolk.
Barclays has seen half-year profits surge, but said it would have to pay out an extra £700 million to meet compensation claims for mis-selling payment protection insurance (PPI).
British Airways owner IAG has reported a surge in profits, despite taking a hit from a major IT failure that caused travel chaos for tens of thousands of passengers in May.
Consumer confidence has slumped again to levels not seen since the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum.
Leisure airline Jet2.com has added further to its Stansted schedule for summer 2018, with three new routes and extra flights to nine other destinations.
Suffolk power distribution company Burland Technology Solutions has expanded with the acquisition of a cable management systems specialist in London.
A trade mission aimed at building links between the South West and the East has been hailed a success.
The deregulation of the English water market has allowed Anglian Water to secure an exclusive contract with Pure Gym, the UK’s largest private gym provider.
Frequent power cuts have been reported in Framlingham over recent days – including several in a short space of time this afternoon.
A youngster with an obsession with Mini cars was gifted a special eighth birthday present when the Ipswich BMW garage gave her a car for the day.
Felixstowe stars in a photo shoot for ethical clothing company Where Does It Come From?
Value hotel brand Hampton by Hilton has opened its largest ever property, at Stansted Airport.
Turf maintenance equipment manufacturer Ransomes Jacobsen has received a top award in recognition of its safety record.
Business leaders are being invited to become “YIMBYs” by saying “Yes, In My Backyard” to a mentoring project which aims to help young people into work.
The former Bears Bowling will be re-opening as Bears Pool & Snooker this Saturday after renovations have been completed this week.
Around 600,000 Lloyds Banking Group customers are set to be refunded over failures in its handling of mortgage arrears policies.
Thousands of workers who paid “unconstitutional” fees to take their employers to tribunal could be in line for a £27m refund.
Proposals for an accommodation complex housing 2,400 power station construction workers in Suffolk have been criticised in an independent report – with energy bosses urged to rethink the plans.
The Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche is among the latest businesses to be recognised under the Small Business Sunday initiative run by entrepreneur and former Dragons’ Den panel member Theo Paphitis.
Suffolk-based precast concrete products manufacturer Poundfield has received a CE quality mark from the British Standards Institute (BSI) for the third year running.
Southwold brewer and distiller Adnams is celebrating more awards – and a sales boost – for its flagship gin brand.
Controversial employment tribunal fees could be scrapped after the union Unison won a “landmark” court victory against the government.
John Lewis, BBC iPlayer and Sony have scooped the top three spots in a UK ranking of consumers’ perception of quality and reputation.
The drag of flagging industrial production and construction on second-quarter growth is expected to keep the UK’s economy in the doldrums.
The Suffolk BME Business Awards are back for 2017 - and nominations are now open.
After the BBC published the salaries of its highest earners, the issue of pay transparency has come to the fore. But whether a more open discussion about wages will bring benefits to businesses is not a clear-cut issue. BETHANY WHYMARK reports.
Ipswich Building Society has appointed finance industry veterans, Mark Nash and David Ridley, as new managers in its risk and compliance team.
A former managing director and chairman of Southwold-based Adnams has died at the age of 92.
Port of Ipswich owner ABP is urging other local businesses to support a special day of cycling events to raise money for this year’s Mayor’s charities.
Business leaders in Essex have welcomed Government proposals to make best use of existing airport runway capacity across the UK.
An employee at Suffolk-based flavour and fragrance ingredients manufacturer Treatt has been recognised for completing 40 years’ service with the company.
Manufacturing companies led the way in the deals market in the East of England in the first half of the year, according to new figures.
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