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Business

Profits fall at Irwin Mitchell after merger

Business 3
Obesity is becoming an increasing problem for the UK, but Optibiotix is working on various solutions

Optibiotix in talks with global food producers

Business 2
Henry Boot chairman Jamie Boot sees no fall out from Brexit

Henry Boot reports big leap in profits

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Fireworks illuminate the sky after the Olympic cauldron was lit during the Opening Ceremony at  the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. (AP Photo/Kai Pfaffenbach, Pool)

Venturefest Yorkshire announces speakers

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Hull to benefit from roll out of ultra-fast broadband network

News 1

UPDATED: Jobs to be cut as Wakefield firm Group Rhodes announces restructure

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Zenith considers refinancing after hiring Evercore

Business 1

No Brexit woes for Aldermore as it invests in region

Business 1
Jamie Boot of Henry boot plc

Henry Boot secures major Aberdeen development

News 2
Many ethical investors are keen to support wind farms  Photo: Ben Curtis/PA Wire

Conal Gregory: Different shades of green for ethical investors

Business
Jeremy Corbyn joins rail unions at London Bridge station this morning to protest at the latest increase in fares.

Rail fares have risen twice as fast as wages in six years - and they’re going up ANOTHER 2%

Transport 8
The rate of CPI inflation rose in July, according to the ONS

Higher fuel prices and dearer used cars drive inflation higher

Markets 1
Jeremy Corbyn's leadership is a throwback to the industrial unrest of the 1970s.

Andrew Vine: Rail strikes rekindle memories of unmourned decade

Opinion

Vinyl sales are being driven by midlifers - not hipsters

News

Ambassador named by the IoD to help grow the region’s voice

Business

Sheffield business leaders list their manifesto for the new PM

Markets

Property is key to pension plans for the over-45s despite mortgage worries

News

BusinessTalk TV: The continued rise of the discounters

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BusinessTalk TV: £100bn wiped off shares as value of Yorkshire’s top companies plummets

News 1

BusinessTalk TV: Co-op CEO Richard Pennycook

News 1

Video: Morrisons profits down but customers returning says new boss

Retail 5

BusinessTalk TV: The Leeds Digital Hub

News

BusinessTalk TV: Should firms get behind International Women’s Day?

News

BusinessTalk TV: Who really profits from zero hours contracts?

News 2

BusinessTalk: Morrisons beat City expectations for Christmas

Retail 1

BusinessTalk TV: How did the big retailers fare over Christmas?

News

BusinessTalk TV: How firms can curb domestic violence

News

BusinessTalk TV: How will economy fare in 2016?

News

YP Letters: In defence of Sainsbury’s supermarket

Opinion
The performance of Morrisons continues to attract debate.

YP Letters: In praise of much-maligned Morrisons store

Opinion
Asda has sold its photo business

Asda sells photo business in £5.35m deal

Retail
File photo of a European Union flag in front of the Palace of Westminster Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

‘No sign of Brexit-fuelled food price rises’

Retail 1

YP Letters: Coffee giants profit from gap in service

Opinion

BHS to vanish by next weekend: Will the last person to leave please switch off the lighting department

Retail

John Lewis backs Yorkshire small businesses for flagship Leeds store

Retail

Q&A on Morrisons’ new home delivery service

Retail
Henry Boot chairman Jamie Boot sees no fall out from Brexit

Henry Boot reports big leap in profits

News 2
Cameron Sanderson, graduate development surveyor at Keyland Developments in Leeds

Property People

News
Young people have unrealistic expectations, says Arthur Quarmby, when it comes to housing.

YP Letters: Housing crisis or unrealistic expectations?

Opinion 1
Alex Carter of William Anelay Restoration Specialists, York,working on a bridge that supports steps on the South entrance to Beningbrough Hall.

Historic firm seeks deal with creditors to ease cash crisis

News 2

Roads completed at manufacturing site

News

Property People

News

Construction firms must win the war for A-level talent, says RICS

News
Matthew Seavers: Inspiration for DemografiQ came when he had hit rock bottom.

Entrepreneur aims to tackle political apathy

News
CurePharma founders, Mustafa Al-Shalechy (left) and business development manager, Ali Alshamari, who are to export pharmaceuticals and healthcare products to Iraq.

CurePharma to take medicine to Iraqi people

News
Jacob Hill is looking to make a change with Offploy.

Business aims to prove life after prison is possible

News
Carolyn Black, Associate Director, Myddleton Croft Investment Managers

Carolyn Black: Success in navigating portfolios through Brexit uncertainty

News
Christopher Bailey

Blackfriar: One man, two jobs a luxury Burberry could not afford

News
Chancellor George Osborne

Tom Richmond: It’s time to get personal to help close yawning skills gap

News
Companies must not be allowed to demonise whistleblowers, says Greg Wright

Greg Wright: Why we must protect whistleblowers from workplace bullying

News
Many consumers value their cheque books Photo: PA Wire

Greg Wright: It’s a cheque mate and there’s no reason not to accept it

News
A Yorkshire entrepreneur has been driven to distraction by the lack of a phone service

Greg Wright: How the wrong kind of telegraph pole caused weeks of misery for a Yorkshire business

News
Fremington Edge, looking from Grinton Moor in Swaledale

Greg Wright: A failure to invest in rail is betrayal of rural businesses

News

Greg Wright: Time to stop unscrupulous restaurants pocketing tips

News

Greg Wright: An ignorance of manufacturing has led to current crisis

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Greg Wright: There should be a bit of steel in our relationship with China

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Greg Wright: Firms face crippling uncertainty over EU referendum

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