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York Press | Business news
Penny's Bespoke Foodhouse in Walmgate closes
A CAFE in York city centre which was loved by its customers has closed down after seven years in business.
Flagship restaurant Pearly Cow opens today in Clifton
The opening of a top York restaurant was celebrated last night.
Miloche: Acomb mum and daughter open first fashion shop in Bishy Road
York mother and daughter open first shop in Bishopthorpe Road for Miloche after their online success.
Artist Lucy Pittaway opens her gallery in Coppergate
A splash of colour has been added to the York high street- not to mention some Yorkshire-themed artwork.
Winners pick up their honours at Visit York Tourism Awards
THE best of the tourism businesses in the region have been recognised in the Visit York Tourism Awards.
York Police CCTV appeal after Clarksons and Shared Earth thefts
Police have issued CCTV of a man they would like to speak after property was stolen from Clarksons and Shared Earth in York.
Twine & Barrel in former Windmill pub at Dunnington closes
A GASTROPUB near York has closed down 'due to the current challenging economic climate.'
Brew York to stage 2023 Brewery Bash in April
Raise your glasses to Brew York, which celebrates its seventh birthday next month.
Enjoy a stay like no other at The Grand, York
The opening of the Grand Hotel makes a visit to this vibrant and charming city of York a little bit more magical, luxurious, even.
The Potion's Cauldron turns down £200,000 on BBC1's Dragons Den
Sadlers | News
- Our popular World Cup Excel wallchart is available again.
- Having just passed our third anniversary, we are delighted to welcome two new apprentices to the firm.
- From 6 April 2021, the statutory cap to weekly pay in calculating redundancy rights increases from £538 to £544.
- We can now offer a new service. Following Emily's qualification as a Chartered Legal Executive we can now offer oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certified copies. Find out more.
- We are incrediby proud of Emily. Find out why.
- Sadlers doubles in size with the acquisition of Auker Rhodes Accounting.
- We have a new team member. Go to our who we are section to find out who.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 became law on 25 June 2020.
- 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.
- Sadlers is born. For us, there is only one news story. It's been a long time coming.
BBC News - Business
Cost of living: Women feel trust was 'violated' on housing app
Women feel they are being forced to risk their safety when house hunting due to financial pressures.
John Lewis: Mary Portas warns retailer it has 'let go' of its soul
In an open letter the retail consultant says the store is "part of our collective cultural identity".
Deutsche Bank share slide reignites worries among investors
Worries over the financial strength of the sector persist, with Deutsche Bank down 14% at one point.
Firms hit back at Bank governor in prices row
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin says bank managers are "breathing down the neck" of business owners.
Pharmaceutical firm proposes Newbie plant closure
The company says about 65 jobs are at risk at the facility in Newbie near Annan in southern Scotland.
Bank governor warns firms raising prices ‘hurts people’
Andrew Bailey tells the BBC price rises will fuel inflation and hurt the least well off.
UK retail sales boosted by second-hand and discount stores
Retail sales rose strongly last month as cash-strapped shoppers looked for cheaper options.
Average Treasury worker 34 despite over-50s back to work push
Over-50s are being urged to work but just 10% of Treasury staff are that age, the BBC has learned.
Do Kwon: Fugitive 'cryptocrash' boss arrested in Montenegro
Terraform Labs' Do Kwon has also been charged with fraud by US prosecutors.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew's Congress showdown: Five takeaways
Tech executives don't get an easy ride before Congress, but Shou Zi Chew's hearing was exceptionally bruising.