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General views around the Robinsons soft drinks factory at Carrow Works, Norwich
Robinsons Fruit Shoot production line

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‘Poor summer weather’ harms Britvic’s revenues

Robinsons and Fruit Shoot drinks maker Britvic said revenues in the final quarter of its financial year were down 4pc as a result of weakness in European markets caused by poor weather in July and August.

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File photo dated 01/08/12 of a Tesco sign as new Tesco boss Dave Lewis will be under pressure over the supermarkets plunging profits and a £250 million accounting scandal when it publishes it's half-year results. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday October 23, 2014. The interim figures will come days after latest industry data showed Tesco's sales falling at the fastest rate in the sector. Trading profits for the period are expected to be down by nearly half to £850 million. See PA story CITY Tesco. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

What do you think? Has a £263m accountancy hole triggered a Tesco tailspin?

Tesco today revealed a £263 million black hole in its accounts that was worse than previously thought as it admitted it had been overstating profits for years.

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Chris Scargill

Leave school holidays alone, say Norfolk’s tourism businesses

Businesses involved in East Anglia’s £4.2bn tourism industry have sent a clear message to government to think again over legislation that could lead to the schools’ summer holiday being cut from six to four weeks.

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Making bicycles out of old newspapers at the Future 50 event. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk’s Future 50 get creative at bike-inspired networking event

Some of Norfolk’s fastest-growing small businesses put their ingenuity into action during a networking event with a creative twist.

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John Fagan of Sync Norwich

Build a start-up business in 54 hours – Norwich event throws down gauntlet to region’s entrepreneurs

Norfolk’s entrepreneurs are being challenged to create a start-up business in 54 hours as part of a new event designed to put Norwich’s digital creative sector on the map.

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