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Cautious optimisim

Those who stand to be made or broken on the basis of their forecasts about Britain's economic future would do well to try something more reliable.... Read more

Business failures will rise - warning

Business failures will continue to rise despite the beginning of the recovery, East Anglian insolvency practitioners warned yesterday as new figures s... Read more

Company failures down for second quarter

The number of business failures in East Anglia fell for the second quarter running during the three months to the end of October, according to new fig... Read more

Jobs go as Millard enters administration

Twenty-three jobs have been lost after an East Anglian civil engineering firm called in administrators in the wake of the construction industry slump.... Read more

Jobs go at engineering consultancy

More than 20 jobs have been axed following the appointment of administrators at an East Anglia-based engineering consultancy. However, the administ... Read more

Display Technology bought out of administration

A hi-tech manufacturing specialist has bought the intellectual property first developed at the University of Cambridge from the financially stricken l... Read more

Shearline eyes haul from display acquisition

New investment and international growth has become a distinct possibility for the unique large screen display technology behind the bankrupt Universit... Read more

Financing your business

In the current economic climate many business owners and finance directors are facing funding shortfalls. With the banks seemingly constrained in wha... Read more

Demolition firm goes into administration

C.D.C. Demolition Ltd based at Waldringfield near Ipswich, Suffolk has gone into administration with the loss of 46 jobs although some of the business... Read more

Demolition firm in administration

Suffolk-based CDC Demolition has gone into administration with the loss of 46 jobs. Andrew McTear and Chris Williams from East Anglia-based McTear,... Read more

Worldwide Solutions becomes latest distribution casualty

Auto-ID specialist Worldwide Solutions has become the latest UK distributor to hit the wall. The Bromsgrove-based outfit informed creditors in a lette... Read more

Buying a distressed business

As briefly mentioned in last month’s newsletter, this month we look at the opportunities that arise from buying a distressed business. Chris McKay, a... Read more

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