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Flybe plane. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Regional airline Flybe suffers setback

Flybe’s turnaround plans suffered a setback today after the regional airline warned its full-year results were likely to be weaker than expected.

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File photo dated 21/07/2011 of the Scottish and Southern Energy Headquarters in Perth. The supplier is to reduce household gas prices by 4.1% on April 30 before extending its energy price freeze until at least July 2016. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday January 26, 2015. See PA story CITY SSE. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Energy supplier SSE to cut gas prices and extend freeze

Energy supplier SSE is to reduce household gas prices by 4.1% on April 30 before extending its energy price freeze until at least July 2016.

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Aer Lingus planes at Dublin Airport as the cabin crew are staging a 24-hour strike. Dublin Airport near Swords, Co.Dublin, Ireland. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday, May 30, 2014. Photo credit should read: Artur Widak/PA Wire.

AER Lingus mulls £1bn takeover bid

Aer Lingus has confirmed it is considering a sweetened takeover offer worth £1 billion from the owner of British Airways.

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Community media group Archant has announced plans to support the new OnTheMarket property portal

New property portal OnTheMarket receives major boost

Community media group Archant has announced plans to support a major new property portal, OnTheMarket.com, which will go live today.

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Brandbank, Norwich company that produces product images and words for grocery websites including most of the major supermarkets. chief executive Rob Tarrant.
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New owners will be perfect fit for Brandbank’s ambitions, says Norwich firm’s chief executive

The boss of Brandbank expects to accelerate the firm’s growth plans after it was bought out by the American consumer analysis company, Nielsen Holdings.

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