Mobile phone troubles to drag on Dixons Carphone festive sales

FESTIVE trading figures from Dixons Carphone on Tuesday are set to show ongoing woes in its mobile phone arm as the retailer battles to halt sliding sales in the division.

Andy Thorburn of EMIS

UPDATED: IT system glitches prove costly for EMIS

HEALTHCARE software developer Emis Group is expected to suffer a financial hit running into millions of pounds after it failed to meet certain service levels and reporting obligations with NHS Digital.

Andy Thorburn of EMIS

EMIS failed to meet certain service levels and reporting obligations with NHS Digital, CEO says

Healthcare software developer Emis Group today said it failed to meet certain service levels and reporting obligations with NHS Digital.

The owners of Kettley's Andrew Collop his sister Nicola Davison and their cousin David Butler who between then have over 50 years experience of working in the business.

Kettley’s goes the extra mile to support house-bound customers

A LONG-established furniture business is going the extra mile to improve the quality of life for house-bound customers.

The white rose flag of Yorkshire

Four council leaders to take part in Yorkshire devolution debate

THE leaders of four Yorkshire councils will take part in a public debate that will analyse how devolution could transform the region’s economy.

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John Foley of PTSG

PTSG’s results are set to be in line with board’s expectations

Premier Technical Services Group PLC, (PTSG) the niche specialist services provider, today announced that its results for the year ended December 31 2017 are anticipated to be in line with the board’s expectations.

A sign at a Carillion construction site in central London Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Engineering firm Van Elle warns over potential Carillion hit

Engineering firm Van Elle has warned over a potential £1.6 million hit if it fails to claw back payments owed by collapsed construction giant Carillion.

A worker wearing a hi-vis jacket at a Carillion construction site in central London  Photo:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

Carillion is watershed moment that should end ‘rip-off privatisation’ of public services, says Corbyn

Theresa May’s Cabinet was meeting on Tuesday as the fallout from the collapse of building giant Carillion continued to reverberate through the Government.

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Provident Financial is 'engaged in a dialogue' with the FCA

Provident Financial ‘in dialogue’ with FCA in bid to resolve regulatory investigations

PROVIDENT Financial today said it is “engaged in a dialogue” with the Financial Conduct Authority with a view to reaching a resolution of the regulatory investigations at Vanquis Bank and Moneybarn.

Catherine Hinchliffe of Ward Hadaway

Ward Hadaway advises on sale of international publishing company

A team of Yorkshire-based lawyers has played a significant role in the sale of an international publishing company.

PEEL Roleplay is helping to improve the performance of the NHS

Meet the actors who are helping to improve the health service’s bedside manner

A YORKSHIRE-based company is helping to make the NHS more efficient by using actors to improve doctors’ listening skills.

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Terriers chairman Dean Hoyle. Picture Tony Johnson.

Huddersfield Town chairman plans to sleep rough to raise funds for homeless people

HUDDERSFIELD Town chairman Dean Hoyle plans to sleep outdoors with hundreds of other business figures to raise awareness of the growing problem of homelessness.

Date: 8th January 2018.

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Karen Sewell, EMEIA general counsel and UK head of legal at WSP.

Capital of Culture bid has brought Leeds together, says Karen Sewell

Culture has a major role to play in attracting jobs and investment to Leeds, says Karen Sewell. She met Deputy Business Editor Greg Wright.

221217   Kevin Hollinrake   MP for Thirsk and Malton in front of the market cross  in Easingwold.

We need new tribunal to stop bankers who mistreat small firms, says MP

MANY SMALL business owners who have been treated “appallingly” by their banks are being denied justice because Britain lacks an independent financial services tribunal, according to a senior figure at an influential parliamentary group.

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Mountain Warehouse has reported strong Christmas trading

Mountain Warehouse plans to open more stores after ‘cracking Christmas trading’

MOUNTAIN Warehouse is seeking five sites for new stores in Yorkshire after reporting record Christmas trading.


WATCH: Huddersfield Town secures partnership with designer footwear brand Goodwin Smith

PREMIER League team Huddersfield Town has secured a new partnership agreement with the designer footwear brand Goodwin Smith.

Nicola Elliot of Neom Organics

Beauty and wellbeing brand Neom Organics set to grow with private equity backing

A beauty and wellbeing brand plans to open more stores and expand its product range after securing growth capital from a major private equity firm.

Leeds-based Panintelligence has appointed Zandra Moore, as CEO.

Yorkshire is hub for female technology leaders, says new CEO of Panintelligence

YORKSHIRE is becoming a hub for female leaders in the technology sector, according to the new CEO of a fast-growing software firm.

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Yorkshire businesswoman Margaret Wood

Leading business figure aims to support new generation of manufacturers

ONE of Yorkshire’s best-known business figures has taken a senior role at an organisation which aims to create a new generation of manufacturing leaders.

WASPI supporters outside Westminster

Government must act to end pensions injustice, says WASPI campaign group

Thousands of women who claim to have suffered injustice because they were not given “adequate” notice of changes to their state pension age have submitted complaints for maladministration, according to the leader of a campaign group.

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