The number of companies in the eastern region continued to grow during 2017 but the rate of new formations relative to the population lagged behind the national average, according to new figures.
London’s top-flight index has joined global markets by crashing into the red over fears that rising inflation could force central banks to raise interest rates.
Ryanair has reported an increase in third-quarter profits but warned of further disruption to flights as it seeks to thrash out deals with unions across Europe.
An East Anglian haulage operator has had its authorisation reduced from 37 vehicles to just four after being found to have breached regulations relating drivers’ working hours.
East Anglia-based Pauls Malt has reported increased annual profits, with a slight dip in turnover more than offset by a fall in the cost of raw materials.
The Suffolk roots of premium cider brand Aspall will remain a key factor in its future development, according to both its new and former owners.
The future of the company behind discount retail chain Poundland became further clouded today as it warned that accounting issues may date back further than previously thought.
A Suffolk brewing company is to be an unlikely participant in a supermarket promotion being launched to mark next month’s “Dry January” campaign.
St Peter’s Brewery, based in Bungay, is continuing to blaze a trail in the alcohol-free beer market with the addition of a third product to its Without range.
More than 130 businesses and individuals in the cultural and creative sector of the economy have received support during the first year of an initiative being delivered across Suffolk and Norfolk.
High expectations among younger job seekers in the East of England in terms of pay and flexibility are making it hard for them to find suitable roles, according to a new survey.
Pubs and brewing group Greene King has reported a fall in first-half revenues and operating profits amid “challenging” trading conditions for its managed pub estate.
Businesses in East Anglia are wasting thousands of pounds a year by failing to identify and tackle water leaks, according to Anglian Water Business.
Flavour and fragrance ingredients group Treatt has reported a 46% jump in profits for a year in which it achieved its strategic financial goals for 2020 three years early.
The Swan in Southwold has reopened after what owner Adnams describes as a “once in a generation” transformation to turn the 35-room hotel into a world class destination.
A fast-growing hospitality business in East Anglia has expanded again with the acquisition of its fourth hotel.
The value of business support provided by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has now passed £20m, guests at the organisation’s annual general meeting were told today.
Employment prospects in the East of England have rebounded strongly despite the continuing economic uncertainty over Brexit, according to a new report.
Bus and train operator Go-Ahead, which employs around 400 people in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, has reported a slump in annual profits amid continuing woe for its strike-hit Southern Railway operation.
Regional retailer the East of England Co-op has received two nominations under a national training awards programme.
Adnams has appointed a new general manager for the Swan Hotel in Southwold, which is due to reopen in October following a £6m refurbishment.
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