Mark Shields Business editor firstname.lastname@example.org @mark__shields 99p Stores is the latest high-street name to fall into administration Yesterday, 12:31 Mark Shields High street chain 99p Stores has fallen into administration, less than two years after being bought by Poundland. Sale agreed for Jones Bootmaker, but 25 stores will close Yesterday, 10:27 Mark Shields Branches of Jones Bootmaker across the East of England have been saved after administrators agreed a sale of the troubled footwear retailer. Deal unveiled to save Norfolk’s Zenos Cars - but 25 jobs are lost Friday, March 24, 2017 Mark Shields A buyer has been found for a Norfolk carmaker which went into administration - but it has been confirmed that 25 jobs have been lost in the process. Kier Group reports “solid” interim result for second half of 2016 Thursday, March 23, 2017 Mark Shields Construction and services firm Kier Group has reported “solid” half-year results, in line with expectations. Welcome to the Tax & Pounds – the pub in a Norwich accountants’ office Thursday, March 23, 2017 Mark Shields email@example.com Traditionally, an appointment with your accountant is about as eagerly anticipated as a visit to the dentist – but that may not be true at Norwich firm Farnell Clarke. Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will ‘flexible’ over current account closure date Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Mark Shields Norwich and Peterborough Building Society says it will “remain flexible” on the deadline for its current account holders to find new banks, after concerns were raised that other providers could not cope with the influx of new customers. ‘Be ready for these jobs’ - Wind farm developer expects to create 160 jobs... by 2023 Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Mark Shields Training providers have been put on alert to ensure young people can take advantage of the jobs being created in the renewable energy industry over the next generation. New future beckons for North Denes Airfield in Great Yarmouth as site is put up for sale Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Mark Shields A piece of Great Yarmouth’s aviation history which has been out of use for two years has been put up for sale. Suffolk manufacturer Wrightfield launches new brands after international link-up Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Mark Shields Eye-based manufacturer Wrightfield has launched two new brands after it secured a major contract with an international supplier. Don’t look down: BT Openreach launches virtual-reality videos to entice new recruits in East Anglia Monday, March 20, 2017 Mark Shields Virtual-reality videos give potential recruits an engineer’s-eye view of work for BT Openreach. Start-rite Shoes to revamp Norwich offices as new boss’s plan hits its stride Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Mark Shields Work has begun on a revamp of Start-rite Shoes’ Norwich headquarters into a start-of-the-art design facility, as the company marks its 225th anniversary. Tell us: How has Brexit affected your business? Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Mark Shields As the triggering of article 50 and the start of Britain’s departure from the European Union edges closer, we want to know what it has meant for your business. Accountants Grant Thornton unveil the Executive MBA funded by the Apprenticeship Levy Monday, March 13, 2017 Mark Shields Accountancy firm Grant Thornton has teamed up with Cranfield School of Management to deliver a new Executive MBA programme which makes use of Apprenticeship Levy funding. Research reveals the most financially secure sectors in East of England Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Mark Shields East of England agricultural businesses are among the most financially secure of their UK regional counterparts, according to new research. Norwich Airport passenger numbers top half-million mark for first time in nearly 10 years Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Mark Shields The number of passengers flying from Norwich Airport last year topped half a million for the first time since 2008, new figures show. Government plans could allow firms to cut final salary pension payments for 11m workers Monday, February 20, 2017 Mark Shields Financially “stressed” businesses could be allowed to cut final salary pension payments to employees to save them from collapse, under government proposals. South Norfolk agency completes Innovation Bridge branding contract Monday, February 20, 2017 Mark Shields A Norfolk marketing agency has completed the branding for a major scheme to deliver expert advice to exciting young businesses. Colman’s Mustard owner rejects mega-merger proposal from Kraft Heinz Friday, February 17, 2017 Mark Shields Consumer goods giant Unilever – the owner of Colman’s Mustard – has rebuffed a proposed mega-merger with global food firm Kraft Heinz. James Walker: Hit by holiday flight delays? Keep calm and read this Friday, February 17, 2017 Mark Shields Flight delays are the number one source of complaints to Resolver. Sheriff of Norwich to host reception for city’s newest businesses Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Mark Shields The holder of one of the city’s oldest civic posts is to host an event celebrating its newest businesses. Norwich tech firm Epos Now in running for European Business Award Tuesday, February 14, 2017 Mark Shields Cloud-based tech company Epos Now has been named as one of the finalists for the European Business Awards 2016/17.