November 28 2014 Latest news:
Bosses at Caterham have shut down its business in Norfolk and made the entire workforce redundant in a blow to the region’s automotive industry.
Buxton Potato Company, which supplies Sourced Locally potatoes to the East of England Co-op, has won a gold award from Suffolk Carbon Charter for its green drive to cut carbon emmissions.
High-level talks are under way to protect one of Britain’s main gas terminals on the Norfolk coast from cliff erosion.
Language constantly evolves and that’s related to how society itself develops. If there is one word that links these two strands it’s ‘sustainability’.
Business management software specialist Access Technology Group has reported increased annual sales and profits following a busy year of acquisition activity.
A glittering ceremony celebrated Norfolk’s businesses in style last night as the winners of the EDP Business Awards were unveiled.
A fast-growing Norwich business helped mark Wayne Rooney’s 100th England cap by producing a special video where the footballer details some of his best goals and coaching tips.
Norwich-based software company Rainbird Technologies has received a major vote of confidence after being accepted onto a prestigious growth accelerator programme.
The boss of a rapidly-growing technology business has revealed his ambitious plans to expand overseas after unveiling state-of-the-art new offices.
As the chancellor gets ready to deliver his Autumn Statement next week, Ben Woods asks business leaders what announcements they would like to see come next Wednesday.