November 22 2014 Latest news:
Norwich-based Aviva is in advanced talks with Friends Life about a merger deal, it was confirmed last night.
Buxton Potato Company, which supplies Sourced Locally potatoes to the East of England Co-op, has won a gold award from Suffolk Carbon Charter for its green drive to cut carbon emmissions.
As Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft prepare for the 50th anniversary of the discovery of southern North Sea gas, a dramatic new energy jobs boom is being fuelled by the enterprise zone covering both towns. Stephen Pullinger reports.
Language constantly evolves and that’s related to how society itself develops. If there is one word that links these two strands it’s ‘sustainability’.
Virgin Money, the lender backed by billionaire Sir Richard Branson launched itself on the Stock Market with a valuation of around £1.25bn.
A glittering ceremony celebrated Norfolk’s businesses in style last night as the winners of the EDP Business Awards were unveiled.
A fast-growing Norwich business helped mark Wayne Rooney’s 100th England cap by producing a special video where the footballer details some of his best goals and coaching tips.
Norwich-based software company Rainbird Technologies has received a major vote of confidence after being accepted onto a prestigious growth accelerator programme.
The boss of a rapidly-growing technology business has revealed his ambitious plans to expand overseas after unveiling state-of-the-art new offices.
Greene King last week announced a £773.6million deal to acquire the Spirit Pub Company which, subject to approval, will increase the size of the Bury St Edmunds-based company’s pub estate to more than 3,000.