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Business

Heathrow expansion could fuel more flights from Leeds

Transport
Library photo of Paul Cockram (left) and James Egan in the Long Products business at the renamed British Steel plant in Scunthorpe  Photo: Steve Morgan/British Steel/PA Wire

British Steel set to get back into profit as it hires more staff

Business
Capita.

Capita warns profits could take hit post-Brexit

News
280916   One of the  speakers at the Innovation Network event on Cyber Security at the Yorkshire Post Offices in Leeds, l to r....  Adam Beaumont  Founder and CEO  ,AQL .

Businesses warned to expect cyber attacks as risk increases

News

Yorkshire gin firm looking to European growth

News

Why the Northern Powerhouse remains crucial for Yorkshire

News

Former brewery site plans unveiled

News

WANdisco appoint new chief finance director

News
Sainsbury's CEO Mike Coupe.

Sainsbury’s remains under pressure

News
England manager Sam Allerdyce.

Five things you need to know in Yorkshire’s news today

Politics
Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryan Air

City chiefs criticise PM’s Brexit stance

Markets
Can anything be done to stop cold calling?

YP Letters: The scourge of the ‘cold callers’ has made me frightened

Opinion
A public inquiry will now be held into the Battle of Orgreave during the Miners' Strike.

YP Comment: Orgreave: Now for the truth... Yorkshire Post revelations prompt inquiry

Opinion

Yorkshire steelworker warns of low morale as Tata loses £358m

Markets 1

Greg Wright: Jail threat will make nuisance callers hang up

Opinion

Conal Gregory: How to avoid building up a huge debt pile during university years

Personal Finance

Capital Markets: ‘Times are challening but there are opportunities to invest’

Markets

BusinessTalk TV: The continued rise of the discounters

News 1

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
BHS was a mainstay of the high street for decades

From 11,000 staff to just 84 - BHS relaunches as a website

Retail
John Lewis store manager James Prince

Inside the new jewel in Leeds’ shopping crown

News
It's time to respect disabled drivers and passengers, says Jayne Dowle.

Jayne Dowle: Why we must not stand for selfish people who disregard the disabled

Opinion 1

Jules Marley: Tell Liz Jones I would rather have a White Rose than a Waitrose

Opinion

Why your home is worth an extra £5,000 if it’s near an Aldi

News

Co-op to rely only on British for bacon and lamb

News

Morrisons returns to profit

Retail
Date:9th July 2012. Demolition of the former Tetley Brewery site, Leeds, city centre.

Former brewery site plans unveiled

News
CGI of Hallmark Cards' new offices

Seddon to deliver conversion for Hallmark

News
James Laxton views construction of his new spinning factory at the Sapper Jordan Rossi Park in Baildon

Family yarn business to double its manufacturing capacity with move

News
Moving in  (from left) Ward Hadaway commercial partner Philip Jordan, Ward Hadaway managing partner Jamie Martin and executive partner for Ward Hadaway's Leeds office Harmajinder Hayre celebrate the move to the law firm's new home at 5 Wellington Place.

Ward Hadaway expands Yorkshire operation with move to new city offices

News
James Dinsley, graduate surveyor at Bilfinger GVA in Leeds

Property People

News
New pictures show how the HD One development will look when it is built.

Federation supports centre of excellence plan

News

Property prices rise due to autumn bounce-back but now is still a ‘good time to buy in Yorkshire’

News

Civic Trust praises student bed scheme

News

Perform expands Yorkshire headquarters

News

New owners reveal plans for £15m retail park and 140 jobs

News
Karl Mason with his wife Catherine with Yorkshire's first Gin, at the New Ellington, York Place, Leeds...12th June 2013.Picture by Simon Hulme

Yorkshire gin firm looking to European growth

News
The Peppered Pig, based in Goole, will open the Pig Inn in January 2017 as it looks to become more of a destination outlet. The hotel will feature six en suite rooms and a function room.  The business was set up in December 2009 by Sam Mitchell and her husband Glen. Mrs Mitchell always hankered for a little restaurant of her own.

Peppered Pig adds hotel rooms to the menu

News
Marc Westerman and Steve Rowbottom, directors, Westrow.

Westrow aims to stay at the cutting edge

News
The City of London skyline at dusk, with Blackfriars Bridge in the foreground. Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Blackfriar: Why the City’s regulators must be willing to maul the big banks

News
Winston Churchill (AP Photo, File)

Summoning up the Churchill spirit for Brexit

News
Carolyn Black

Myddleton Croft: Oil and gas sector could be a good bet in uncertain times

Business
Trevor Strain, chief financial officer of Morrisons, with one of the Amazon Lockers being rolled out across stores

Morrisons playing the ‘smart game’ as the retailer’s recovery picks up speed

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

Greg Wright: Why we must protect whistleblowers from workplace bullying

News

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

News

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

News

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

News