Picking a password is more important than ever - because hackers could pounce when you least expect it, warns James Walker of

Is it better to use some of your pension savings to do work on the house – or put it on the mortgage? Carl Lamb of Almary Green responds.

The boss of one of the region’s biggest companies has beaten business leaders from the likes of Google, Microsoft and Rolls Royce to claim a national award.

A Norwich-based firm of commercial property consultants has retained its title as the most active in the county for the fifth year on the bounce, with one of its partners picked out for individual recognition.

Southwold-based communications agency Spring has renewed its contract to handle tourism marketing for the Moroccan National Tourist Office.

The five Norfolk and Suffolk branches of Swinton Insurance have been spared from closure, following a company review.

Norwich-based Aquaterra Energy has won a multi-million pound contract for work in the central North Sea.

Small business confidence in East Anglia has fallen for the first time since the EU referendum, the latest Small Business Index from the Federation of Small Businesses shows.

Whether it’s euros, dollars, colons or even your dong... the pound’s fragility, made worse by post-election uncertainty, means heading abroad this summer is likely to be expensive, writes Martin Lewis.

East Anglian breweries are among more than a dozen which have teamed up to produce a limited edition beer for this weekend’s Great Get Together - a celebration of the late Jo Cox MP’s belief in shared values.

Hopes have been raised that jobs could be saved at a Norwich call centre which had been slated for closure.

The region’s biggest house builder has moved into its own new home, at Broadland Business Park.

Renewed efforts to upgrade Norfolk and Suffolk’s neglected infrastructure were demanded as businesses gathered to discuss the region’s economic future.

A Norfolk entrepreneur who has invented a smartphone app to help report dangerous or suspicious situations and prevent crime believes it will prove invaluable to police investigations.

Have your say on the priorities that will shape the region’s economy for the next generation.

Greg Clark has been reappointed as business secretary as Theresa May refreshes her cabinet to shore up her position.

Business leaders in East Anglia have called for “a new dialogue” to be opened between businesses and politicians as the country searches for direction in the wake of the general election.

The political uncertainty in the wake of the general election result has shaken the foundations of the construction sector, with housebuilders’ shares taking a hit on the FTSE 100.

Leading business groups have called for the economy to be put back to the top of the agenda, as the country digests the results of the general election.

East Anglia’s growing importance to the offshore energy industry has been boosted after a global marine specialist announced plans to set up in Great Yarmouth.

A joint venture launched by Anglian Water Group is being probed by the Competition and Markets Authority.

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