The closure dates for the East Anglian branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society have been confirmed.
Charges on firms employing migrant workers will be doubled under proposals unveiled today by the Conservatives.
Expansion and acquisition across the country will strengthen the position of Hoseasons’ staff in Lowestoft rather than weaken it, says the firm’s boss.
Companies keen to support the multi-million-pound overhaul of a power station at King’s Lynn are being invited to a ‘meet the buyer’ event.
Fresh calls have been made for the incoming government to focus on Norfolk’s infrastructure needs to unlock the county’s economic potential.
First it was the soft drinks - next, it could be chocolate and sweets in line for a sugar tax.
Norwich-based social enterprise The Feed has praised the role of a high-street bank in helping it to realise its ambition of opening a stall in the city’s historic market.
Here’s a helping hand with your sluggish broadband, writes JAMES WALKER of Resolver.co.uk.
The magical creatures which began life in the imagination of Bewilderwood creator Tom Blofeld could soon be roaming beyond the Norfolk Broads.
They style themselves as East Anglia’s answer to Dragons’ Den – and they are on the lookout for the region’s brightest businesses.
Franchising is becoming increasingly popular for those looking to run their own business, writes Leathes Prior solicitor Marija Markovic.
Aviva boss Mark Wilson hailed “a strong outcome” as the insurance giant sold its share in three Spanish joint ventures.
Are you the best in the business? Now’s the time to prove it.
It was a speculative Facebook post less than two years ago that convinced the founders of Prison Voicemail the technology they had developed might have potential.
A garden centre near Holt has changed hands, with the new owners pledging to invest to grow the business.
The smallest businesses in the regional economy fear they would bear the cost of protecting households through an energy price cap, as warnings mount that the scheme could backfire.
Theresa May has confirmed the Conservatives will cap “rip off” gas and electricity prices - saving families up to £100 a year - if they are returned to power in the general election on June 8.
British Gas owner Centrica has hit out at a government proposal to cap energy prices, warning that it could lead to higher bills for consumers and reduce competition.
Innovative students at Norwich Business School have been putting their skills to use by helping to develop new ideas for some of the county’s biggest tourist attractions.
Thousands of Debenhams customers have had their data compromised after the firm’s flower website came under cyber attack.
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