Fears over cost of living will continue to slow house price inflation, report predicts ..
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The York-based firm saw sales fall 8% but in the first half of the year but has been buoyed by soaring house prices
Among UK companies with reports and updates are Currys, Entain, Persimmon, Shell, Jet2 and Legal & General.
House builder Persimmon today revealed that delays in the planning system, disruption in material supply chains and challenges in securing labour...
Not enough people are being trained as heat pump engineers to meet government targets for installations, warned charity Nesta. The post...
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New figures out this morning show that the growth of the “subscription economy” is stalling rapidly as living costs squeeze ...
Fast and affordable broadband has become increasingly vital since the COVID pandemic. But, with the cost of living rising, many are on the lookout for...
Moonfare aims to open up the asset class to a wider group of investors
Property firm Christie & Co said the home’s "strong trading performance" made it an "attractive proposition" to buyers
The excitement surrounding Buzzfeed’s IPO was palpable. It had a loyal following of millennials, millions of investment, and a private-market value of around $1.7bn..
The Bristol-based travel company said the funding would support the company's "ambitious" growth plans
YORK food legend Paolo Silesu is to open a new deli and ice-cream cafe in York - just metres away from his popular Sardinian restaurant Il Paradiso del Cibo.
A North East engineering firm has taken over a neighbouring company just a few miles away.
THE PRICE OF OIL plummeted by two percent to a 12-week low on Wednesday in a volatile trade which has fuelled fears of a global recession.
Property developer James Barrack says the Aberdeen market is currently stymied by inflationary pressures but the longer term prospects are good.
Businesses started during the Covid pandemic could add £20.4bn to the UK economy as the number of start-ups during the pandemic grew. About 800,000...
TWC said its move to a building formerly used by the Blade Motor Group comes after a "whirlwind" period of growth in sales and staff
Varadkar signs orders allowing for the commencement of the new Corporate Enforcement Authority’s activities
Japanese giant first invested in Donegal-registered business six years ago
The drop was another fallout of rising inflation and widespread economic uncertainty, and a retreat after years of a funding boom.
Investment Association says utilising digital ledgers would cut administration costs
The company is backed by a private equity firm which also has a stake in Trustpilot
The 36-acre Island Quarter is one of the biggest regeneration projects in the country
WEST Yorkshire firms are bracing themselves for difficulties ahead, the West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce says.