Fears are rising that Four Seasons, Britain’s second biggest care homes operator, is heading for administration as hopes of a rescue deal for the debt-stricken group fade.
Brewer and distiller Adnams says it has cut its annual carbon emissions by more than 1,000 tonnes after completing a transition to renewable energy across its entire business.
The boss of a growing building society says he sees a future for finance on the high street despite a raft of bank branch closures in recent weeks.
A hotel in north Norfolk has been named among the best in the country by a national newspaper.
They span sectors from tech to health, and tourism to manufacturing – but they are all united by an ambition to grow. Meet the Future50 Class of 2018.
Despite being the only community interest company in the list, Your Own Place has the same growth ambitions as other Future50 members.
A firm of financial advisers has teamed up with a specialist education provider to give students tips to make their money go further.
The Norwich branch of Toys R Us could face closure unless bosses can renegotiate its rent or downsize within seven months, it has emerged.
The owner of Norwich Airport has concluded a deal to buy Bournemouth Airport for an undisclosed sum from London Stansted owner Manchester Airports Group.
Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber, on why the county must stop apologising for itself – and start talking about its many strengths.
The long-running saga over the future of the former BHS store in Norwich is at an end, after a deal was struck with a new retailer.
Up to 100,000 of the most vulnerable people in society are missing out on a council tax discount worth hundreds or thousands of pounds.
Services company Norse Group has underlined its commitment to helping former armed forces personnel to find new careers by signing the Ministry of Defence Armed Forces Covenant.
A select group of the region’s most ambitious and inventive companies have been welcomed into the Future50 Class of 2018.
A Norfolk-based property consultancy has bolstered its team with an acquisition.
The country’s biggest vet services group, based in Diss, has warned customers they face higher prices as it struggles to recruit at its growing network of surgeries.
Workers in the East of England have seen the biggest wage rise in the country, according to new research which says the region’s skills shortage is damaging employee morale.
This weekend marks the fifth anniversary of Small Business Saturday, and firms across the region will be taking part.
Soft drinks giant Britvic has seen full-year profits tumble after it was stung by costs related to an efficiency drive.
The name of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will finally disappear from East Anglian high streets next May, its owner has revealed.
More than 120 people have been made redundant in Brandon after troubled wholesaler Palmer & Harvey went into administration.
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