First Hull Trains has won Investors in People accreditation for the second time in seven years.
The British Chambers of Commerce has upgraded its growth forecasts for the next two years – from 2.7% to 2.8% in 2014 and from 2.4% to 2.5% in 2015.
After efforts to do away with cheques completely, the government has now unveiled detailed plans to modernise their use.
Tata Steel has teamed up with JCB Landpower to create the company’s most productive tractor yet.
E.ON has announced two leading Sheffield organisations have agreed to connect to its new £20 million low carbon district heating network to be built in the Lower Don valley.
Prosper De Mulder, the UK’s leading provider of recycling and process services to the food industry, has changed its name.
Eco Stores Direct has launched a new division specialising in newly developed ‘far infrared’ heating products following an exclusive supplier deal with heating technology firm Prestyl USA.
Sheffield solicitors Taylor&Emmet is enhancing the services it offers to clients by investing in software that will improve the efficiency of its management systems.
The latest Federation of Small Businesses' Small Business Index shows an increasing number of businesses want to create jobs in the next three months.
Commercial law firm Watson Burton has marked International Women’s Day by announcing the appointment of specialist Construction and Insurance lawyer Susanna Hayward.