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Are you saving for your pension? Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2016

Financially “stressed” businesses could be allowed to cut final salary pension payments to employees to save them from collapse, under government proposals.

Mark Greenwood of Greenwood&Bell with the finished branding for Innovation Bridge. Picture: GREENWOOD&BELL.

A Norfolk marketing agency has completed the branding for a major scheme to deliver expert advice to exciting young businesses.

Colman's Mustard made by Unilever.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Consumer goods giant Unilever – the owner of Colman’s Mustard – has rebuffed a proposed mega-merger with global food firm Kraft Heinz.

James Walker, from Resolver. Picture: Supplied

Flight delays are the number one source of complaints to Resolver.

Sheriff of Norwich Richard Marks. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The holder of one of the city’s oldest civic posts is to host an event celebrating its newest businesses.

Epos Now's Jacyn Heavens at the company's offices in Norwich. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Cloud-based tech company Epos Now has been named as one of the finalists for the European Business Awards 2016/17.

Larking Gowen accountant Lauren Day has come top out of a worldwide class of 5,000 in her professional accountancy exams. Picture: Nick Butcher.

A newly-qualified Norfolk accountant is on top of the world, after recording the highest global score for her final set of professional exams.

Kevin Horne, chief executive of Nwes. Picture: Nwes.

East Anglian enterprise agency Nwes has made its second major acquisition in four months, after snapping up a counterpart in the East Midlands.

Intelligent Fingerprinting chairman Philip Hands.

A University of East Anglia spin-out company pioneering the development of fingerprint drug screening has raised £3m for the next stage of its development.

Utilities companies including Anglian Water and Essex & Suffolk are working together to feed the pipeline of new talent

The region’s biggest water companies have revealed plans to come together to tap into the talent of the future.

Aviva has sold its stake in the joint venture Antarius. Picture: ANTONY KELLY.

Aviva has disposed of its 50% stake in the French life insurance joint venture Antarius for £425m.

Sea Challenger from A2Sea installing turbines at the Dudgeon offshore wind farm. Picture: Roar Lindefjeld/Woldcam - Statoil.

The first power has been received from the Dudgeon offshore wind farm, just a month after the first turbine was installed.

Four in 10 working Britons do not think they will ever retire fully, a survey suggests. Photo credit: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

Four in 10 working Britons do not think they will ever retire fully, a survey suggests.

Great Witchingham hall, Bernard Matthews' headquarters.  Photo: Bill Smith

The union representing workers at Bernard Matthews has hit out at “deeply disappointing” plans to cut more than 150 jobs, after meeting with company bosses.

ScottishPower Foundation UEA scholars - from left, Juliet Mills, Charles McKinlay, Esmee Thornton and Connor Matless.

A programme offering scholarships to students at the University of East Anglia who are keen to get into careers in the energy industry has been extended.

The team at Desire Marketing, which has seen turnover treble since it merged with Traded Network last year. Picture: Desire Marketing.

A marketing company has seen turnover treble in the year since its merged with another Norfolk business.

Up to 20,000 new construction jobs could be created in the East of England by 2021, says the CITB. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Up to 20,000 new construction jobs will be created in the East of England in the next five years, according to new research carried out by the Construction Industry Training Board – but sector growth is set to slow.

Jacyn Heavens of Epos Now. Picture: Epos Now.

Fast-growing Epos Now has unveiled plans to nearly double its Norfolk workforce in 2017 as part of a £10.5m expansion.

Great Witchingham hall, Bernard Matthews' headquarters.  Photo: Bill Smith

Up to 150 jobs have been put at risk at turkey producer Bernard Matthews in Norfolk, the company has confirmed.

Blue Abyss, which will incorporate the world�s biggest training pool - 50 metres deep with 41,000m3 volume complete with hyperbaric and hypobaric chambers � capable of simulating challenging offshore conditions. Picture: Blue Abyss.

East Anglia’s offshore energy industry has been held up as a potential beneficiary of a new £65m subsea, space and life science training, research and testing centre.

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society in Peterborough. Picture: Mark Bickerdike/Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.

The boss of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society has said it is in other banks’ interests to help its customers switch accounts – despite it not being a member of the industry’s seven-day switch scheme.

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