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York businesses strike it lucky for children’s hospice
A CHILDREN’S hospice has received a £3,500 boost thanks to the rallying support of local businesses.
Print firm NorthWolds invests £320,000 in factory after signing new contract
A FAMILY-run printing company has invested £320,000 to transform its factory.
East Yorkshire company to create training academy for kitchen manufacturer
AN EAST Yorkshire people development company has been engaged by one of the UK's leading kitchen manufacturers to create a national training academy.
Wigginton Grasshoppers FC secures £1000 from David Wilson Homes
A FOOTBALL club has received a major donation towards its community pavilion project.
Extra Grand Central train service heads to London
AN EXTRA train service is being planned to run from the North East to the capital.
Maxwell-Scott pledges support to York Mind on Mental Health Day
A YORK-based luxury leather company is donating 10 per cent of sales today to York Mind for World Mental Health Day.
Up to 2,500 jobs saved as Hays Travel buys 555 Thomas Cook stores
One of the UK’s largest travel agents has said it will save thousands of jobs at Thomas Cook after a deal to buy all 555 of the company’s stores around the UK.
TSP Projects' engineers clock up 40 years with rail firm
TWO rail engineers have each clocked up 40 years with the same York company.
MEET THE BOSS: Liz Murdie, of MAPIO Financial Services
In the first of our latest series of Meet the Boss features, we catch up with Liz Murdie, co-founder of York’s new financial services company MAPIO Financial Services in King’s Square which provides advice on mortgage and insurance protection
A platform to network at Garbutt + Elliott Food + Drink Business Awards
THE Yorkshire food and drink sector is growing extremely fast and with a large number of clients covering all areas within the sector we are often asked about how SMEs and emerging businesses can develop within such a competitive field.
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- Redundancy pay limits rise. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Preferential status may be given to HMRC. Learn what it is and how it may impact your business.
- Section 216 of the Insolvency Act 1986 has been clarified. Learn what it is and how it may impact you if you are starting again after a business failure.
- The 2019 Loan Charge is looming. Learn what it is and how it may impact you.
- Sadlers launches two new agricultural service lines. We have helped many rural businesses in the past and want to help more.
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US treasury chief Mnuchin in China tariff warning
Tariffs on $156bn of Chinese goods will be imposed if a trade deal is not finalised by December, Steve Mnuchin says.
Hunter Biden to step down from China board amid Trump attacks
The move by the son of former US Vice-President Joe Biden follows attacks by President Donald Trump.
Sports Direct calls for probe into Nike and Adidas dominance
The Mike Ashley-owned retailer says the "must-have" brands hold too much market power.
Government dodges 'full fibre for all by 2025' pledge
Gigabit broadband is promised but the government neither says it must be full-fibre nor sets a deadline.
What Brexit means for half-term holiday plans
Costs, paperwork, and the healthcare safety net may all be affected. Here's what you need to know.
Nobel economics prize winner: I want to inspire women
Esther Duflo, who won the prize as part of a team of three, is only the second woman since 1969 to win.
Vodafone error sees customers hit by thousands in charges
Glitch sees customers abroad hit with thousands of pounds of charges and unable to use their phones.
Budget date revealed by chancellor Sajid Javid
Sajid Javid says it will be the UK's first Budget after leaving the EU.
Labour's nationalisation price tag would start at £196bn, CBI says
The CBI employers' group claims Labour's plans would cost the combined health and education budgets.
Facebook's digital currency dealt another blow
Leaders of the G7 group of major world economies issue a warning about digital coins like Libra.