Norfolk business news

Stevan Gurney, executive director of Norwich BID, takes part in a flashmob at Gentleman's Walk, to launch the new Discover Norwich App. Picture: Denise Bradley

Video and photo gallery: Blues Brothers flashmob launches new Discover Norwich app

Shoppers were stopped in their tracks as a Blues Brothers flashmob leapt into action to launch Norwich’s dedicated smartphone app.

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The Co-operative Group has reported an annual loss of £2.5bn.

Retail/ Banking: Co-operative Group reports £2.5bn loss after ‘disastrous year’

The Co-operative Group today confirmed an annual loss of £2.5billion amid the worst crisis in its history following the near-collapse of its banking arm.

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Claire Etheridge and father

Norwich solicitor follows in her father’s footsteps

Claire Etheridge is proud to be following in her father’s footsteps after joining Norwich law firm Rogers and Norton as a solicitor.

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File photo dated 27/02/13 of Tesco's Chief Executive Philip Clarke who will come under renewed pressure today when he unveils annual results expected to show a second year in a row of profits decline for Britain's biggest supermarket. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday April 16, 2014. Mr Clarke's plan to turn around the fortunes of the retail juggernaut has yet to bear fruit, with sales still sliding, while he now faces the prospect of a price war with the group's major rivals. Tesco, like Asda, Sainsbury's and Morrisons, is having to face up to a permanent threat from discounters Aldi and Lidl, who continue to gnaw at the market shares of the

What next for Tesco after a second profits slump?

There was a point in time when it seemed nothing could stop Tesco tightening its grip on the UK grocery market.

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‘Demand will spark rise in Norwich house prices’

Bosses at Persimmon Homes Anglia predict Norwich house prices to rise as the market continues to gathers pace following a shot-in-the arm from the government’s Help to Buy scheme.

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