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Organisers “bitterly disappointed” that Harborough’s solar project will not go ahead

A community solar project in Market Harborough launched in October will now not go ahead, despite strong public support and local investment. The Harborough Solar...

Government superfast broadband rollout reaches more than 3.5 million UK homes...

More than 3.5 million homes and businesses have now been reached by the Government’s nationwide rollout of superfast broadband, new figures reveal. Thanks to the...

Minister seeks your advice on next steps for digital revolution

Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey has called on public and industry to share their ideas on how the UK’s digital revolution can be taken...

CBI director-general says politics must not be allowed to trump prosperity

CBI director-general Carolyn Fairbairn will urge the Government not to let short-term politics triumph over the opportunity to create a more prosperous nation later...

ePOS rings up multi-million pound deal

ePOS Group, the electronic point of sale business, has been purchased by Jonas Software in a multi-million pound deal advised by East Midlands professionals...

A Christmas and New Year message from Chamber president Jean Mountain

Businesses can look forward to 2016 with optimism following another year of progress for the East Midlands economy, says Jean Mountain, president of East...

The Cornerhouse tunes in to partnership with Capital FM

An entertainment and leisure complex in Nottingham is set to join forces with the city’s biggest radio station in a new partnership deal. The Cornerhouse...

New programme leads way on the rural economy

Micro and small businesses from across Nottinghamshire have been finding out how they can bid for a share of £3.4m in European funding set...

Le Bistrot Pierre secures £9.8m investment

Le Bistrot Pierre, the restaurant group which was founded in Nottingham, has received a £9.8m investment from private equity firm Livingbridge that will see...

2015: Year in review – Stuart Ross, High Growth

Stuart Ross, CEO and founder of High Growth, gives us his assessment of 2015. Has 2015 gone better, worse or as expected for your business? It...

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Mike Ashley’s bid for Patisserie Valerie falls £2m short

Mike Ashley, the founder of Shirebrook-headquartered Sports Direct announced his bid for the Patisserie Valerie chain on Friday evening, but cancelled it shortly after. He...

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