Doug Faulkner

More than 100 jobs have been saved after a yacht builder was bought out of administration by a technology entrepreneur.

The government is aiming to give new powers to staff and suppliers affected by large-scale insolvencies such as the collapse of construction giant Carillion.

One in three savers in the East of England say they would be motivated by ethics when putting money away, according to a survey.

Jason Butler of NW Brown shares his thoughts on Marks and Spencer’s latest set of results.

Carpetright may be the latest retailer to close stores and cut jobs amid reports the firm is putting together a rescue plan.

East Anglia’s fishing industry has reacted with disappointment to the “catastrophic” news that the UK will continue to be affected by European Union fishing quotas until 2021.

The construction group behind a multimillion pound redevelopment project at RAF Marham has seen its revenue jump off the back of large contracts.

Britain’s accountancy watchdog has started an investigation into the handling of financial statements by two former finance directors at collapsed construction giant Carillion.

The government has become “distracted” by Brexit and failed to stimulate economic growth in the UK, the head of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) has said.

Norwich businesses’ views on Brexit will be reported to the secretary of state for exiting the EU after a series of roundtable discussions.

A forensic services company which worked with Norfolk police and other constabularies across the country has been bought out of administration, saving nearly 70 jobs in Wymondham.

A Norfolk telecoms company has extended its wireless network after buying an innovative broadband provider which uses church steeples as transmission masts.

A potato processor has raised more than £4,000 for a national campaign through a clay pigeon shoot.

An insurance group has donated £2,000 to a life saving charity.

The long-standing boss of East Anglian enterprise agency Nwes is to leave in a top-level shake up.

The part East Anglia can play in developing the vehicles of the future will be the focus of businesses and academics at a summit next week.

The knock-on effect from the Beast from the East is already being felt by firms with an increase in those at risk in February.

JD Wetherspoon has posted a rise in half-year profit, but warned that sales will be lower over the next six months as the pubs chain is hit with rising costs.

The fishing industry’s competing hopes and fears over Brexit were in the spotlight at a major conference with the aim of kick-starting the sector.

Colman’s Mustard owner Unilever has confirmed that it has chosen Rotterdam over London as its new legal headquarters, dealing a major blow to the UK government as it tries to uphold Britain’s status as a centre for business after Brexit.

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