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Persimmon hails resilient economy as sales leap

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Date:  20th May 2015. Picture James Hardisty, (JH1008/67g) Richard Flint, Chief Executive of Leeds Based Sky Bet & Gaming.

Sky Bet will take on 100 jobs after doubling workforce

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Paul Smith, CEO of Morses Club, said the group is well placed to grow amid the uncertainty caused by the EU referendum,

Profits and revenues up at doorstep lender Morses Club

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Lloyds has doubled its profits

Customers are flocking to the Halifax

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Millions in business rate relief available to companies

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Sports Direct agency faces threat of collapse unless funds are secured

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Revealed: The full shortlist for the Yorkshire Property Awards

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Harworth expands space at AMP

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Adrian Kemp, project director at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

Consultant appointed to station makeover project

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Blackfriar: Chicken King to revive Yorkshire firm

Persimmon said it is delivering more newly built homes in local communities across the regions

Persimmon hails resilient economy as sales leap

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Mark Dilley spent 14 years at Asda

Town Centre hires Asda executive

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Sold: £20m Yorkshire village where time stood still

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Advanced Manufacturing Park in Rotherham

Harworth expands space at AMP

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Consultant appointed to station makeover project

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House prices in region ‘increase by more than £5,800’

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Revamp for The Ridings aims to ‘restore pride’

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Italian restaurant chain launches flagship venue

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Should more be done to stop nuisance phone calls?

Neil McNicholas: Calling the useless quangos to account

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QCA's chief executive Tim Ward said investors see AIM as better now than it has ever been with fewer failures

Investors in AIM are on a high

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For Sale Sign

Yorkshire tops monthly house price table but Harrogate flounders

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The Scouts have been hit by a shortage of volunteers.

David Behrens: We and our American cousins are like chocolate and cheese

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The new office scheme is close to the Monument  the column designed by Sir Christopher Wren as a memorial to the Great Fire of London

Yorkshire firm opens new London offices

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Adrian Berry, chair of R3 in Yorkshire and restructuring partner at Deloitte LLP,  said pessimism seems to be creeping back in

EU vote leaves people feeling pessimistic about finances

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Lloyds Bank

YP Letters: Hold banks to account over the closure of local branches

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Bank needs to halt QE policy immediately

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African firms prove an inspiration

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Guarantee for EU citizens after Brexit would reduce uncertainty, says IoD

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David Behrens: Fortune smiles on rich and powerful when it comes to the law

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Tesco set to reveal rise in profits as recovery continues

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Aldi is continuing to grow sales, according to new figure from Kantar Worldpanel

Aldi and Lidl reach record market shares, according to Kantar Worldpanel

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Hugh Rogers is fulsome in his praise for Morrisons.

YP Letters: Checking out the irritations at supermarket

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File photo dated 01/08/12 of a store sign on a branch of the supermarket giant Tesco, which has said that it is facing a £129 million fine from the Serious Fraud Office, but will not be prosecuted over claims of false accounting. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 28, 2017. See PA story CITY Tesco. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Tesco fined £129m but avoids prosecution over accounting scandal

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wheels in motion: Javad Mahmood, at LK Performance, wants the company to sell more into Europe.                                                          Picture: Tony Johnson

LK aims to raise profile of car parts industry

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Left to right, Tick Tock Unlock Directors Ali Khan and Samrien Hussain

Tick Tock counts down to Trinity opening

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Gym group proves HIIT in Russia

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£5m funding puts a bounce into GraVity

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The Moscone Center in San Francisco

Mark Casci: Direct route to Silicon Valley no good if it takes three hours to cross the Pennines.

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Carolyn Black

Focus on value exporters should protect investors from Brexit effects

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Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond. Picture by UK Parliament/Mark Duffy

Blackfriar: Dividend reduction 'another raid on the middle classes'

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