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Brexit fears may have led to drop in ‘junk’ mail

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Yorkshire Bank

Yorkshire Bank closing 39 branches, including 18 in Yorkshire

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Tech firms ‘must be a part of Northern Powerhouse’

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The development of Greek Street in Leeds shows confidence in the pub, restaurant and hotel sectors, according to Christie & Co. Picture James Hardisty.

Retail and leisure sector sectors set to grow in 2017

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The secret of my success: Sir Clive Woodward on the importance of listening to your team

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‘Exceptional’ UK performance helps Burberry’s sales rise

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EE fined for overcharging customers

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Pub group Wetherspoon to be stung by higher costs

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Mr Kipling. Photo credit: David Parry/PA

Mr Kipling cakes firm warns over profits

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A new political order is taking root in the US with the meteoric rise of outsiders such as Donald Trump

Trump and Brexit offer investment opportunities

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frustration: Long queues of people waiting for buses in London following this weeks uses Tube strike. (PA).

Uk strikes and why we aren’t seeing a repeat of the ‘Winter of discontent’

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Huge rise in job vacancies in Hull

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Victoria Beckham, who received an OBE in the New Year honours.

Tom Richmond: This knighthood without honour shames the system

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Five things you need to know about the new £1 coin

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YP Letters: Stop sending British money to foreigners

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Jayne Dowle: Forget the sales and just enjoy a Boxing Day rest

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Cristina Talens: Scourge of slavery can sprout up at the dining table

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BusinessTalk: Pop star-turned-businessman Andy Pickles

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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

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BusinessTalk TV: Co-op CEO Richard Pennycook

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Video: Morrisons profits down but customers returning says new boss

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BusinessTalk TV: The Leeds Digital Hub

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

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Nick Glynne of Buy It Direct      Picture Chris Lawton

Buy It Direct’s profits soar

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The entrance to Asda's head office in Leeds, as the store has been named named the cheapest supermarket of 2016

Asda beats Morrisons and Tesco to cheapest supermarket crown

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Date: 20th October 2016. Picture James Hardisty.
Official opening of the Victoria Gate, John Lewis, Leeds.

UPDATED: Staff at John Lewis face cut to bonus pool

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Supergroup has published a trading update

Supergroup ‘performs well’ over festive trading period

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John Lewis warns of lower staff bonus in ‘challenging market’

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Food and drink retailer Booths reels in record sales of £10m in Christmas week

Retail

YP Comment: Morrisons rolls back the years

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Promotions help to boost Nisa’s Christmas trading figures

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James Chapman, director at property developer Eshton, based in Leeds

Property People

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The development of Greek Street in Leeds shows confidence in the pub, restaurant and hotel sectors, according to Christie & Co. Picture James Hardisty.

Retail and leisure sector sectors set to grow in 2017

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Winning ways: Terry Dunn, CEO of ESP Systex, the overall fastest growing business at the 2016 Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 Awards.

Rising stars will shine at Yorkshire Fastest 50 awards

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CHALLENGING TIMES: The steel industry has suffered a series of blows that have seen thousands of jobs lost. Picture: PRESS ASSOCIATION

Profits rise at steel giant after year of change

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Taylor Wimpey's average selling price for Yorkshire rose 8 per cent to 209,000 from 194,000 in 2015

Taylor Wimpey enjoys solid trading

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VIDEO: Work on Square Chapel's new building progresses

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Scammers applying for fake mortgages on empty homes in Yorkshire

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Richard Leach Managing Director of Leach Design in Huddersfield  alongside the company's timeline in the boardroom.

Display specialist’s illuminating ideas light way to export growth

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FIRST DELIVERY: CurePharma director, Mustafa Al-Shalechy (left) with Chamber International senior export adviser, David Attia, and samples of the medicines the company has exported in its first delivery to Iraq.

Pharma business ships UK medicines to Iraq

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Gearing up: Left to right, Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme; president of the Bradford Chamber of Commerce Andy Caton; Curryositys Zulfi Karim; Welcome to Yorkshire chief executive Sir Gary Verity; chief executive of Bradford Council Kersten England; and Gordons Simon Mydlowski ahead of the launch.

Currying flavour with ‘back to future’ approach

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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

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Winston Churchill (AP Photo, File)

Summoning up the Churchill spirit for Brexit

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Carolyn Black

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

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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

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Christopher Bailey

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

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Chancellor George Osborne

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

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

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

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