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Bankruptcies fall as city bucks the trend

Companies in Cambridge continue to buck the trend, with eight going bust during the last quarter, compared with 10 in the previous three months and 15... Read more

New appointments

Robin Meynell and Charles Everitt have both joined business rescue and insolvency specialists McTear Williams & Wood as case administrators in the Cam... Read more

Future of Webjam enterprise social media platform secured through new investment

The future of the pioneering Webjam social networking solution used by top media companies has been secured following the purchase by Webjam Mark 2, i... Read more

Worrying signs for the economy in new figures

Evidence was growing yesterday that the potential 'worse to come' for the region's economy, predicted by the insolvency trade last month, is happening... Read more

McTear Williams & Wood, a leading multi-office business rescue and insolvency practice in East Anglia selects DocuSoft, the efficient 'less paper' office solution for IPs

McTear Williams & Wood is a Business Rescue and Insolvency practice with offices in Norwich (with a view of the Cathedral), Ipswich and Cambridge. Mc... Read more

Insolvencies: "fear of worse to come"

A sixth consecutive fall in corporate insolvencies nationally was announced by the government’s Insolvency Service yesterday. Bottom of Form But i... Read more

Dereham firm faces redundancy

Henman Green - which has been operating for 19 years and is based at Hurn Road in Dereham, Norfolk - has been through financial problems and has cease... Read more

Meldex losses total £74m as administrators go in

Former AIM-listed Meldex International, previously known as BioProgress and based on Cambridge Science Park, has gone into administration with losses... Read more

Muncaster could buy back BioProgress

Co-founder Barry Muncaster has expressed an interest in buying Cambridge Science Park company BioProgress out of the administration of its stricken pa... Read more

Subcontactors set to lose thousands

The fallout from the collapsed Connaught deal started to emerge last night with fears that dozens of Norfolk sub-contractors could be left tens of tho... Read more

Jobs lost as boat building work stops

The boat-building division of an historic Norfolk company is closing with the loss of up to 70 jobs - but bosses said they hoped work could resume in... Read more

Boatbuilder's difficulties revealed in latest figures

One of the region's best-known boat-builders has reported losses of about £467,000 last year, just weeks after being acquired by new owners. Broom... Read more