Commenting on the announcement that the European Commission has given the new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset EU state aid approval, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -After months of uncertainty, British businesses will be relieved to know that the nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point has finally been given the green light.
A bold partnership between Sheffield United currently celebrating their 125th anniversary - and one of the city's youngest business ventures has kicked off.
A new study led by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University is aiming to find out why people choose to change their names - or not - when they get married or divorced.
BCC's Quarterly Economic Survey is the first major economic survey of the quarter, and is closely watched by the Bank of England and the Treasury The results show that whilst the economy is still growing, it slowed in Q3.
Swallownest-based Airmaster, which designs, installs and maintains bespoke energy efficient heating and air conditioning systems across the UK, have just welcomed new tenant Happy Days to share their building.
Commenting on the speech by Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable MP, John Longworth British Chambers of Commerce Director General said: -Vince Cable was right to put the economy at the heart of his speech, and issue a warning that we should not become complacent.
In the 2014 Master Cutler's Challenge, fundraisers at Sheffield's Gripple Limited received a special award to recognise their commitment, enthusiasm and teamwork in aid of two local charities - Whirlow Hall Farm Trust and Sheffield Hospital Charity.