Norfolk business news

Unipart Automotive has gone into administration with the loss of 1,244 jobs.

East Anglia: Jobs axed at Unipart Automotive goes into administration

Nearly 1,250 people, including more than 100 in the East of England, have been made redundant following the appointment of administrators at Unipart Automotive, one of the UK’s largest independent suppliers of car parts.

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Chris Pilling chief executive of Yorkshire Building Society

Norwich & Peterborough helps fuel Yorkshire Building Society profit rise

Yorkshire Building Society said it was starting to reap the benefits of its merger acquisitions after recording a 30pc boost in operating profit to £107.5m.

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France's Tony Gallopin manages to stay ahead of the sprinting pack, rear, as he crosses the finish line to win the eleventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 187.5 kilometers (116.5 miles) with start in Besancon and finish in Oyonnax, France, Wednesday, July 16, 2014. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

Tour De France helps boost Britvic’s results

Britvic has mounted a sparkling performance in last the quarter after a sponsorship deal linked to the Tour De France helped drive revenue growth.

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People: Powering the Future conference at the John Innes centre. Simon Gray.  Photo: Bill Smith

Energy industry body EEEGR to pressurise government over tax and investment

Energy industry bosses in the East of England are being urged to put pressure on the government to help sustain North Sea gas production and exploration.

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Energy. Pictures by PA.

Community schemes could help to put the spark into the energy market, says Norwich-based Cornwall Energy

Ministers are being urged to act now to open the energy market to community groups – to make it easier for councils, businesses, and community groups to supply power to customers locally.

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