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Project delays hit WYG's share price

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York chamber boss tells politicians to “set aside rivalries” over devolution

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The Swift Group has delivered a large rise in full year profits and turnover

Swift Group reels in record sales

Business

Business Talk TV: The Forward Ladies are campaigning to promote workplace equality

Business

A piano composition for Brexit comes to Yorkshire

Business

Fake news has taken sinister twist, says executive

News

Former noodle factory snapped up by sugar firm

News

Worrying rise in staff on zero-hour contracts

Business
Mike O'Connor, chief executive of Leeds-based debt charity Stepchange.

Consumers still suffer from irresponsible lending, says Leeds debt charity boss

Personal Finance

Mark Casci: Row over National Insurance was last thing we needed as Article 50 looms

Philip Jordan of Ward Hadaway

Yorkshire’s Fastest 50 in full: A year of surprises

Markets
Gavin Maddison

Fastest 50: Take stock and draw up a shareholders’ agreement

Markets
The Yorkshire Post's Greg Wright speaking at the Fastest 50 Awards event

Fastest 50: View from the top... in quotes

Markets
Harmajinder Hayre

Fastest 50: Mind the gap... gender pay reports are on the agenda

Markets

Fastest 50: Better not lose out on energy

Markets

Fastest 50: Look to family law to safeguard future generations

Markets

Fastest 50: How to protect your business

Markets

Fastest 50: Working solutions can still be found post-Brexit

Markets

BusinessTalk: Pop star-turned-businessman Andy Pickles

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
File photo issued by Ocado of their chief executive Tim Steiner, as the online grocer confirmed the sector's fierce price war is beginning to ease off as the Brexit-hit pound starts to push up prices. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 14, 2017.  Photo: Ocado/PA Wire

Ocado says groceries price war is easing off

Retail

Shopping for big box items in Sheffield

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File photo of a Budgens supermarket, as more than 800 jobs have been lost after the owner of 34 Budgens stores collapsed into administration. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 7, 2017. Food Retailer Group, an arm of business restructuring specialists Hilco Capital, appointed PwC as administrator last month but the accountancy firm has failed to find a buyer for the group.  Photo:  Tim Ockenden/PA Wire

More than 800 jobs axed as stores close

Retail
Morrisons has enjoyed its fastest sales growth in five years, according to Kantar Worldpanel

Morrisons grows ahead of the market as its revival continues

Retail 2

Former Asda boss Archie Norman linked with top job at Marks & Spencer

Retail

Philip Green pays out £363m to pensioners at collapsed BHS

News 2

Greggs warns over cost pressures

Business

Retailers urged to drive greater British food self-sufficiency

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WYG's CEO Paul Hamer said the group's strategy to build a more broadly based business is starting to bear fruit

Project delays hit WYG's share price

News
Safestyle said its market share has increased from 9.5 per cent to 10.2 per cent

Safestyle reports record results in 2016

News
Jeremy Nolan, of Glentrool, and Nigel Adams, MP for Selby,  at the launch of Sherburn2

Developer starts work on £105m park

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Sprint 70 in Hunslet, Leeds, which is now home to Kent Foods after Symington's moved out last year.

Former noodle factory snapped up by sugar firm

News
Craig Heads (left), Charlotte Bailey and Lee Kirman from Humber Street Distillery Co raise a toast to their new venture with Wykeland Groups Tom Watson.

Gin to add new flavour to the Fruit Market

News
Harworth has bought into the investment vehicle that owns Gateway 45, Leeds largest live commercial development.

Harworth raises £28m to fund ambitious plans

News

Balfour Beatty says transformation is underway

News

Plans launched for city centre pool site

News

Plans submitted for college campus phase two

News

Developer unveils new images of Majestic as work to start in summer

News

Engineer sees growing number of adults taking apprenticeships

News
Jackie Mulligan has launched a website called ShopAppy, which lists independent businesses and allows people to click and collect items after closing hours, pictured in Saltaire.  14 March 2017.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Former lecturer making a stand for the high street

News
a nose for success: Sally Steel-Jones, the founder of The Nose Warmer Company, has seen a growing demand for her products abroad. Picture: scott merrylees

Appeal for more support for the small businesses run by women

News
Carolyn Black

Focus on value exporters should protect investors from Brexit effects

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

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

News
Will you be shopping on Cyber Monday? Picture: Press Association.

Mark Casci: It is now a question of ‘when’ not ‘if’ you will be hacked

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

Greg Wright: 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

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

News

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

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

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