Norfolk business news

File photo dated 07/03/2011 of a pint of Greene King IPA ale being poured, as the pub chain served up its fifth year in a row of record profits today amid a growing thirst for eating out driven by the economic recovery. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday July 3, 2014. The firm, whose brands include Hungry Horse and Loch Fyne among its 1,900 outlets, said underlying profits lifted 7.4% to £173.1 million in the 53 weeks to May 4 following a mixture of growth through sales and acquisitions. See PA story CITY Greene. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Norwich pub owner Spirit to accept Greene King offer

Chef & Brewer firm Spirit Pub Company is poised to accept an improved takeover proposal worth £725 million from rival Greene King.

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Oliver Arnold of Spring Farm Partnership who has bought out Quinto Crane & Plant Ltd. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

New owners of East Anglia-based Quinto Cranes

One of East Anglia’s largest crane hire companies, Quinto Crane & Plant Ltd, has been bought out in a multi-million pound deal, with the new owner promising to safeguard the jobs for its 125 employees and guaranteeing future investment.

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Diving champion Jack Laugher (left) with promising Norfolk archer Joe Ground. Pic Submitted

Norwich firms put county’s athletes on the road to success

More than £1,000 has been raised by six Norwich businesses to help support the next generation of Norfolk Olympians.

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File photo dated 19/11/12 of a branch of Virgin Money, as Virgin Money pushed back its plans for a £2 billion flotation after the shares offer was hit by recent turbulent market conditions. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday October 17, 2014. The Newcastle-based lender had expected its initial public offering (IPO) to take place this month but now admits the sale will happen

Virgin Money flotation pushed back

Virgin Money has pushed back its plans for a £2bn flotation after the shares offer was hit by recent turbulent market conditions.

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Andrew Barnes, senior partner Howes Percival

Norwich is home to four of region’s ‘heavyweight law firms’

Four law firms with a strong presence in Norfolk have been singled out as ‘regional heavyweights’ in the latest set of legal rankings.

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