·BCC's EU Business Barometer of more than 3,200 businesses continues to show support for renegotiation with Europe ·Most businesses want to remain in the EU, with specific powers transferred back to Westminster ·Few businesses want any further integration ·The majority of businesses want a referendum ·John Longworth: -Ministers must pursue reform and renegotiation as a priority.
A second graduate recruitment programme at Sheffield-based Gripple Limited has followed the outstanding success of last year's scheme and five more 'potential leaders of the future' have been hand-picked and are currently at work in various departments at the employee-owned Sheffield-based manufacturer.
·Unanimous decision to keep interest rates and QE unchanged ·A fall in the unemployment rate to the 7% threshold will not automatically trigger an interest rate increase Commenting on the MPC minutes published today by the Bank of England, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Businesses will be pleased with the unanimous decision to keep rates on hold, as well as the reiteration that reaching the 7% unemployment threshold will not automatically trigger a rate increase.
A Sheffield business has collected tens of shoeboxes filled with Christmas gifts to help under-privileged children around the world.
A graduate who won a competition to design a medal for her university's Pro Chancellor has unveiled her special silver and steel creation at her own graduation ceremony.
Fast-growing Hydraquip Group has turned to Ogilvie Fleet to provide its vans and company cars following a decision to switch funding avenues to contract hire from outright purchase.
Leading law firm, Taylor Bracewell/Bhayani Bracewell, has appointed Remi Stumpenhusen as its practice manager following significant growth in Sheffield and Doncaster.
The Financial Reporting Council has replaced current UK GAAP with FRS 102, with effect from periods beginning on or after 1 January 2015, with earlier adoption permitted.