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Warning over 'double dip' recession

One in four businesses fear they will face insolvency if the economy suffers a "double dip", according to new research. A study published today by... Read more

Donald Stuart joins McTear Williams & Wood

McTear Williams Wood has announced that Donald Stuart has joined them as an Associate specialising in banking and business rescue working alongside Da... Read more

Come to us and we may be able to save you

Don't be shy of the insolvency practitioner - he could be your saviour. Jenny Chapman talked to three of the region's leading practitioners, two of t... Read more

Business rescue firm's new associate

Donald Stuart has joined East Anglia based business rescue and insolvency firm McTear Williams & Wood as an associate specialising in banking and busi... Read more

Jobs at risk at Norfolk shoe firm

The fate of more than a dozen jobs hangs in the balance as efforts continue to find a new owner for aNorfolk shoe firm that has called in administrato... Read more

Warning over Christmas spending

More than six million Britons will not be able to pay their bills because of excessive spending this Christmas, according to new research. The inso... Read more

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