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Taylor Wimpey is to set aside £130m as part of plans to help customers trapped in onerous leasehold contracts drawn up by the national housebuilder.

From investigating a hole which swallowed a bus to supporting developments for the London 2012 Olympics, geological consultancy firm Harrison Group Environmental has seen some interesting days in the office.

A downward trend in the number of hours worked by retail staff has continued for a year, figures have revealed.

Lloyds Banking Group has hailed a strong performance as it doubled bottom-line profits in the first three months of the year despite “challenging” trading conditions.

The release of results in a regional tourism survey has raised questions about government’s commitment to supporting to the sector.

Bargain airport prices for favourites like alcohol and chocolate are now likely to be lower at the supermarket, a consumer group has found.

From the tranquil Broads to the coastal hotspots of Southwold and Cromer, the value of the tourism industry in East Anglia has topped £10bn for the first time this year. But business leaders believe the winds of change may be blowing in.

A Norwich telecoms firm has been saved from liquidation – along with all its staff – by an acquisitive communications brand following an appeal for help on Twitter.

A new educational federation should focus on training more young workers to support growing sectors in the east while providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged students, one of its main supporters has said.

Fresh concerns have been raised by small businesses about the movement of labour from the EU after Brexit.

Finance and tech firms dominate a list of the highest paying companies in the UK, offering median salaries of between £80,000 and £110,000 a year, a study shows.

An HR recruitment and consultancy firm is extending a series of workshops about the apprenticeship levy due to popular demand.

A family owned design and manufacturing business is aiming to grow its workforce after funding from two lenders help it secure a new contract.

Innovative and ambitious firms in the East of England have been given the royal seal of approval to secure national business awards.

House sellers’ average asking prices hit a record high of more than £313,000 in April, according to property website Rightmove.

Investors have seen their dividend payments jump 16% since the start of the year thanks to a lift from the Brexit-hit pound, a report said.

Innovative and ambitious firms in the East of England have been given the royal seal of approval to secure national business awards.

Prospective self-builders can explore their options and get expert advice at a self-build showcase next week.

Infrastructure improvements will play a vital role in securing a £23.2bn boost to the East of England’s economy, a business organisation has claimed.

The biggest broadband providers are failing on customer service, speed and reliability, with TalkTalk and BT at the bottom of the pile, a survey has found.

A new educational federation should focus on training more young workers to support growing sectors in the east while providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged students, one of its main supporters has said.

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