A capacity audience of about 600 people will attend the annual Sheffield Management Lecture featuring Sir Roger Bone, UK President of Boeing, the world's leading aerospace company.
The government has issued a call for evidence on the impact of the proposed Carbon Floor Price and the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) on electricity intensive businesses.
Fundraisers at local charities Amy's House and Sheffield Young Carers were delighted as they each received a £10,250 donation from law firm Irwin Mitchell at the close of their 12-month partnerships.
Bhayani Bracewell, Sheffield's niche employment law firm, is supporting local year 12 students by sponsoring the 2012 Inter-School Mock Trial Competition - a project aimed at inspiring young people in our region to pursue a career in law.
Energy engineers give tanker company fuel for thought Work carried out by Hallam Energy experts at Sheffield Hallam University has helped a Barnsley-based tanker manufacturer potentially reduce a major supermarket's fuel consumption by up to 10 per cent.
Organisers of the Global Manufacturing Festival have thrown down the gauntlet to companies to secure new business at the event.
It's often said that worse things happen at sea and this can be certainly said about the recent tragic event when the cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground near to the coast of Tuscany.
Sitting in front of a computer for long periods of time can lead to all sorts of discomfort and pain especially in the back, arms, wrists or neck.