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Technology in Play goes virtual with online STEM sessions
A HUNGER for online science and maths sessions has helped an entrepreneur whose business was hit by the lockdown.
Arcus Consultancy Services in York strengthens team
A specialist renewable energy consultancy in York is strengthening its UK operation.
York job losses at high speed internet provider TalkTalk
AN INTERNET and phone provider has said it is cutting jobs in York.
Fears 17,500 jobs may be lost in York due to coronavirus pandemic
AS MANY as 17,500 jobs could be lost in York as a result of the coronavirus pandemic - with more than half of those roles cut in tourism and retail.
Electronics Direct supplies 250,000 face masks to clients
A NORTH Yorkshire company has used its overseas contacts to be able to supply vital equipment to protect UK workers.
Yorkshire Soap Company 'saved by scented sanitisers'
"SCENTED hand sanitisers have saved our business", said a co-owner of The Yorkshire Soap Company.
Maximise offers clear solution to perfume and beauty retailers
A YORK manufacturer is working with retailers to enable their customers to safely try before they buy.
Sisters relaunch Pairings Wine Bar in York as a takeaway service
SISTERS who run a wine bar have relaunched a new takeaway concept after caring for their mum during the final weeks of her life.
'We'll trade our way out of crisis' - Johnsons of Whixley
A COMMERCIAL nursery operator in North Yorkshire says he is determined ‘to trade our way out of the crisis’.
Barnitts' boss makes plea for free parking and toilets
ONE of York’s most popular independent retailers has called for free car parking and public toilets to be open to help the city’s revival.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is tabled. We stay on top of developments.
- Redundancy pay limits rise again. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Covid-19. Our response and commitment.
- Entrepeneurs' Relief lifetime limit falls. We have immediately updated our guide to MVLs.
- Our infographic. Take a look at what we do and don't do.
- The "cheap liquidation" myth. Our competitors often talk about the pros and cons of liquidations, but sometimes don't get it quite right.
- A company can Purchase its own Shares. We explain why an MVL is usually more appropriate.
- Working mens' clubs continue to close. We can help.
- It's our birthday. An update on how we work and and a big thank you to our supporters.
- 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.
- Follow the World Cup 2018 with Sadlers. We hope you enjoy our interactive wallchart.
- Sadlers launches news feed. Bookmark this page and keep up to date with all of our news, plus local and national business stories.
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The 'unscrupulous' firms targeting key workers
The companies promise big tax savings, but some NHS staff could end up severely out of pocket.
My Money: 'This was not a normal week!'
Alex Wright from Leicester takes us through his weekly spending during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Want to sell a home? Make the garden look nice
Property buyers and renters are on the search for outdoor space after lockdown, research suggests.
George Floyd: Reddit co-founder quits board and asks for black replacement
Alexis Ohanian says the move was inspired by protests over the death of George Floyd.
Coronavirus: Ban on landlords evicting renters extended
No-one will be evicted from their home this summer, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick says.
Elon Musk calls for 'break up' of Amazon
The entrepreneur condemned the online retailer after it rejected a book about coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Government under fire for cheap loans to big firms
More than £16bn has been handed out to some household names including BA, Tottenham Hotspur and M&S.
US unemployment sees surprise improvement in May
The unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May, despite the economic damage caused by the coronavirus.
Victoria's Secret UK arm goes into administration
The lingerie retailer had already furloughed 785 of its employees in the UK amid the pandemic.
Coronavirus: BA threatens legal action over quarantine plans
Airline owner IAG is meeting lawyers to decide whether to challenge government over quarantine plans.