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Next’s sales return to growth in Q3 with strong online performance

Next sales returned to growth in Q3, bolstered by the retail chain's online division. In the quarter to 29th October, Next's retail sales fell 7.7...

£500,000 funding for Sherwood Energy Village

A £3.3m project set to create 38 jobs and safeguard an additional 26 will receive £500,000 funding via the D2N2 Local EnterprisePartnership (LEP). The Sherwood...

Q3 ONS UK trade data offers mixed message

Commenting on the latest trade data from the Office for National Statistics in Q3, Yael Selfin, Chief Economist at KPMG UK, says: “The latest UK...

CBI urges HMRC to improve relationships with business

The CBI continues engagement with HMRC to improve Business Risk Review Model. Over the last ten years this model has been used to assess where...

Jobs saved as Derbyshire engineering firm acquired by former director

A Derbyshire engineering firm has been bought out of administration by an existing director saving 18 jobs at the works. DC Steelfabs specialised in metal fabrications...

Optimism falls again, but financial services expecting strong quarter ahead says...

Sentiment continued to deteriorate across the financial services sector as a whole in the three months to September, despite a broad-based expansion of business...

East Mids housebuilder posts record profits

Record profits, along with double-digit growth for a second consecutive year has been posted by Strata, the East Midlands housebuilder. The company delivered a total revenue...

Skills fund launched to boost talent pool in Greater Lincolnshire

The Greater Lincolnshire LEP has launched a Skills Capital Investment Fund to support training providers and boost the local talent pool. The £6.4 million fund...

Business output growth falls to 21-month low

UK business output growth has fallen to a 21-month low, according to the latest Business Trends Report by accountants and business advisers BDO LLP. In...

FTSE 100 CEO’s average salaries drop by 17% in the last...

An annual assessment of FTSE 100 CEO pay packages released today shows that rewards at the top have dropped by almost a fifth, but...
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Nottingham’s Quotient Sciences acquires Reading counterpart

Quotient Sciences, the Nottinghamshire headquartered drug development services organisation, has acquired Pharmaterials, a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) based in Reading. The deal follows...

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