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Five world class companies shortlisted for £2.75bn HS2 train building contract

The government will announce the five companies on the shortlist to land the £2.75bn contract to build the HS2 trains today. The Transport Secretary told...

Pound falls after Theresa May’s election plan backfires

The pound fell sharply against other currencies after Theresa May's election plan spectacularly backfired, resulting in a hung parliament. As one might've expected, the value of sterling...

“Power drinker” Mike Ashley refutes claims of conducting business in pub

Mike Ashley, the CEO at Derbyshire based Sports Direct, revealed to a high court judge 'I like to get drunk' and 'binge-drinking is my thing'. The judge also...

Morrisons chooses Microlise to deliver greater driver engagement

UK “big four” supermarket Morrisons is using a new telematics solution across 545 of its heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) to reduce fuel costs and...

Derby brickies could be biggest earners in UK

Brickies in Derby could be among the biggest earners in the country, with some taking home £5,000 a week building flood defence walls. Derbyshire-based Hodgkinson Builders, run by...

Octavian IT to create more jobs after “whirlwind” first year

Nottingham IT solutions business Octavian IT is set to expand just under a year after it was established. The business, which is backed by serial...

Catena Business Network members recognised in New Year’s Honours list

Two Catena Business Network members have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list. Aatin Ashok Anadkat, managing director of Hotel Maiyango in Leicester, has...

Calling the region’s rising stars!

Nominations are now open for the fourth annual East Midlands Business Link Fastest 40 Awards! Are you aged under 40 and in business? The Fastest...

Employment trend remains positive “in spite of referendum inertia”

The number of people in work in the East Midlands increased by 15,037 and the number of people out of work fell by 2,804...

Key Health Club gets new lease of life under new ownership

The Key Health Club on Bunny Lane in Keyworth, Nottinghamshire has had a major refurbishment since its new owners saved it from closing. Liz and...

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Culture Secretary prepared to legislate should Channel 4 resist relocation outside...

Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has reiterated her support for Channel 4’s relocation outside London after being pressed in Parliament on the lack of progress. After...

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