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Housebuilder Persimmon said high employment levels are mitigating the impacts of Brexit-fuelled inflation on the market as it reported a substantial rise in half-year profits.

With jobs in farming and photography already under his belt, an 18-year-old is hoping he has found the ideal job after starting his own design agency.

Britain’s biggest businesses have been told to do more to protect themselves from cyber attacks after new research found staff lacked training to deal with the growing threat.

A businessman and keen sailor has fulfilled a lifelong dream while raising money for charity.

The boss of a graphics company has been lending a hand to participants in an annual East Anglian Air Ambulance fundraiser.

Norfolk and Suffolk have been named among the counties offering the best quality of life to retirees.

Hundreds of apprentices whose training provider went into administration this week have been assured they will be able to continue their studies.

An annual awards celebrating the best of the East of England’s energy sector has extended its deadline for entries.

A hairdresser, a care company and a fish and chip shop are among the East Anglian businesses named by the government for failing to pay the minimum wage.

These are the 233 employers named by the government for not paying minimum wage:

The post-Brexit slide in consumer confidence continues as the number of Brits cutting down on household spending hits its highest level for two years.

Shareholder rebellions are leading some of Britain’s biggest listed firms to rein in bloated executive pay.

The music business isn’t always very rock and roll – but a family-owned instrument shop in Norwich is still hitting the right notes after more than 50 years.

Gender should not be a barrier to men or women excelling in the world of tech, according to a young female developer who is organising awards to celebrate the region’s best female minds in the industry.

A water treatment systems developer is celebrating another overseas success after signing its second contract in Jamaica.

Inflation remained steady in July despite forecasts of a rise due to increasing living costs.

The New Anglia LEP has named the new chairman of its skills board, who takes over from a veteran of the regional organisation.

UK manufacturers are to receive support to grasp new opportunities in innovation, digitisation and emerging markets from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

In the face of rising prices and stalling wages, households are seeing their spare cash reserves dry up. So why have surveys revealed an increasing confidence in personal finances – and could it be the start of another debt crisis?

Soaring material prices are increasing the pressure on small building firms – with almost a quarter having to passing the cost onto customers.

Staff at a property consultancy firm have raised almost £2,000 for YMCA Norfolk.

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