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New CEO for East Mids food giant

A historic East Midlands food manufacturer, which owns number of renowned brands including Cornish pasty maker Ginsters, has hired a new chief executive.

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Rail communications firm wins private equity backing

A £10m-turnover provider of rail communication systems headquartered in Nottingham has secured a multimillion-pound development capital investment from funds managed by private equity firm YFM.

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The Gym Group valued at £250m

Low cost gym chain The Gym Group has priced its initial public offering at 195p per share, valuing the company at £250m.

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Business

More groups eye Lincoln investment

Two companies are considering investing tens of millions of pounds in Lincoln, according to a senior council official speaking at Insider's Lincolnshire Economic Forum breakfast.

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Sports Direct requests new director for Findel

Home shopping group Findel has revealed that Sports Direct, founded by Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley, has requested that a new director is added to the board.

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Knights CEO outlines expansion plan

The chief executive of professional services firm Knights has outlined his expansion plans after revenues topped £16.5m for 2014/15.

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Fenwick commits to major investment programme

Shopping chain Fenwick has vowed to continue a "major investment programme" throughout its portfolio of stores to strengthen its competitive position.

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Productivity push “could lead to wages rise”

East Midlands companies have reported plans to increase wages in a bid to drive the additional productivity which new research has found to be a key priority for 2016.

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CBI hails ‘resilient’ economy

The UK economy has remained resilient in the face of wider fears for global growth, according to the CBI.

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Property

Pick Everard bags place on major framework deal

Nottingham-based construction business Pick Everard has secured a place on a £20m national framework.

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Wetherspoon to dispose of 34 pubs

Pub group JD Wetherspoon has appointed CBRE to handle the disposal of more than 30 of its pubs, which are located in "strong" town and city centre locations within England, Scotland and Wales.

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Manufacturing

Urgent support needed for manufacturers - BDO

The government's plans to rebalance the economy are "increasingly at risk" with optimism among manufacturers "deep in negative territory", according to a report published today.

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Midlands Housing Round Table 2015

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