March 7 2015 Latest news:
Chinese conglomerate Fosun is buying a 5% stake in Thomas Cook for £91.8 million as part of a deal which the travel operator hopes will help it cash in on China’s £85 billion tourist market.
Farmers and rural landowners will be given the chance to quiz general election candidates on key countryside issues at two hustings events next month.
A new power station in Sizewell will be needed, energy secretary Ed Davey has said - but costs will have to come down to compete with other low carbon technologies.
Norfolk-based Fendercare Marine has signed a significant contract with BAE Systems Naval Ships to supply rudder components and deck equipment for three new offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) being built for the UK Royal Navy.
Great Yarmouth-based energy services firm 3sun is mounting a recruitment drive in Denmark in a bid to bolster its European footprint.
A Norwich-based software company has been invited to showcase its business to a group of high-profile venture capitalists (VC) at 10 Downing Street.
East Anglia must continue to play a key role in the government’s efforts to rebalance a “London-centric” UK economy, a cabinet minister has said.
Entrepreneurs in Norfolk and Suffolk looking to grow their businesses are set to receive a funding boost today after the government said it was awarding £8.6m to support the creation of jobs in the region.
The global oil market has, over the past few months, been a constant source of debate within the energy sector and beyond.