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New restaurant in Brighton Marina is set to create 50 jobs

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11:00am Wednesday 17th September 2014

An emerging new restaurant chain is putting the finishing touches to its new eaterie, which will create up to 50 jobs.

Unemployment at record low

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11:33am Wednesday 17th September 2014

Unemployment fell again last month as it continued its record downward trajectory.

Asian tycoon places largest ever Rolls-Royce order

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8:37am Wednesday 17th September 2014

A Hong Kong tycoon has placed the biggest ever order for Rolls-Royce cars after agreeing to buy 30 Phantoms for his luxury Macau hotel-resort.

Brewing sensation to open a new bar

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

BEER sensation Brewdog is poised to open a branch in Brighton.

97 jobs could go as Phones 4u puts its 19 Sussex stores into administraion

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6:00am Tuesday 16th September 2014

NEARLY 100 jobs are hanging in the balance after Phones 4u went into administration.

Fraudsters steal personal records for internet trade

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6:00am Tuesday 16th September 2014

ONLINE fraudsters are stealing hundreds of thousands of personal records to trade on the web.

Digital money a sterling idea

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A CRYPTOCURRENCY developer is preparing to launch Brighton’s answer to Bitcoin.

Call for EU protection to stop trug imitation

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

The European Union gives protected status to favourite foods such as Cornish pasties, Whitstable oysters and Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese.

47,000 people enjoy harvest food festival

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

About 47,000 visitors flocked to the Brighton and Hove Food Festival autumn harvest events at Hove Lawns last weekend.

Tourism bonanza as race brings 300,000 spectators to the county

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

HUNDREDS of thousands of spectators lined the route of the Tour of Britain route as it swept through Sussex.

Professor shortlisted for original thinking

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

An economist has been shortlisted for a competition celebrating world-class thinkers.

itsu launch celebrated in style

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

Visitors and VIPs celebrated the launch of itsu.

Cuckoo twitters to help business people

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A TWITTER networking event was held for businesspeople to put faces to names.

Sussex and the City: impacts of the Scottish referendum

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

Four new polls released over the weekend continue to paint the picture of a statistical dead heat in the Scottish independence referendum which will take place this Thursday.

Drama school of 5,000 to open

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A DRAMA school which has grown from four to 5,000 children in 15 years is opening in Haywards Heath.

Firm clinches big US deal

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

Corporate management firm EMC has completed the sale of a client to $3 billion American corporation Intuit.

Award entries rise by 10%

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

The Sussex Business Awards have received a 10% increase in entries for the fourth year running.

Director disqualified for ten years for unexplained financial transactions

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A COMPANY director has been disqualified for ten years over unexplained transactions involving “significant amounts” of money.

New speakers announced for TedxBrighton event

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

TRANS activist and artist Fox Fisher and technology rebel Megan Leckie are the latest speakers to be announced for TEDxBrighton 2014.

Businesses advised to get a mentor to survive

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A former high-flying banker is coaching start-ups on how to maintain a steady course.

Apple boss to present entrepreneurs award

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A MARKETING and copywriting agency has been nominated for an entrepreneurs award presented by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

Don’t mention the big vote in Scotland!

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1:00pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

David Pegler, of Brewin Dolphin in Trafalgar Place, looks at stock market trends affecting Sussex businesses

Video: Mayo Wynne Baxter board endure ice bucket challenge

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10:33am Tuesday 16th September 2014

Brave board members of leading Sussex solicitors Mayo Wynne Baxter endured an icy shower as part of a charity challenge.

Historic merger to see biggest mutual in UK

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7:36am Friday 12th September 2014

A major city employer is poised for a historic merger that would make it the biggest mutual in the country.

Gatwick Airport achieves it's busiest-ever month for passengers in August

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3:59pm Thursday 11th September 2014

Gatwick had its busiest-ever month in August, with nearly 4.36 million people passing through the West Sussex airport.

Rail staff consider strike over rotas

The Argus:

6:00am Wednesday 10th September 2014

RAILWAY staff are looking at strike action amid a row over conductors’ rotas.

Pop-up shops bring together ideas and property

The Argus:

1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Pop-up businesses have been bursting on to the scene in towns and cities across the country for a few years. But a new project is giving budding entrepreneurs advice about how to set up a pop-up shop and put empty retail space to use at the same time. FLORA THOMPSON reports

Celebrate women in technological fields

The Argus:

5:18pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

IF STEREOTYPES are to be believed, the tech scenes of Silicon Valley are dominated by a culture of masculinity.

Party for the oyster season

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2:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

THE OLDEST seafood restaurant in Brighton celebrated the start of oyster season with a terrace party.

Luxury lingerie boutique launched by TV dragon

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

TV entrepreneur Theo Paphitis has revealed why he has taken his luxury lingerie brand to Brighton.

New app developer looks to utilise ‘Wiggins effect’

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

An app developer is looking to capitalise on the Bradley Wiggins effect with a mountain high experience.

Foodies flock in force to the Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival

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10:34am Tuesday 9th September 2014

Thousands of food lovers enjoyed the tastes and smells of a festival in the sunshine. The launch of the Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival’s autumn harvest on Thursday, kickstarting more than a week of events celebrating the variety of producers and caterers in the city and beyond.

Transport operator meets fair tax mark

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

A TRANSPORT operator in Sussex is the first FTSE 350 company to be awarded with a ‘fair tax mark’.

City must agree to build on green land to avoid disaster

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

NEW HOMES must be built on green urban fringes to avoid disaster in the city, business leaders have agreed.

Share activity in Scottish institutions is livening-up

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Sussex & the City

Enter your ideas to help improve the planet

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

The deadline for the Brighton Grand Challenge is less than a week away.

A masterclass from the Google team

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Experts from Google will give local businesses a masterclass in using the internet to turbo-charge growth.

Free courses focus on improving skills

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Free Maths and English courses for businesses looking to improve staff skills are now available at a skills centre.

Councillors unite to support tourism industry

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Opposing councillors have united in backing a new model to support the tourism industry.

The voice of Sussex business

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2:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

By Nick Handley Enterprise and managing director of Marketing Leadership

Make the most of retail profit

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2:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

RETAILERS will learn how to make the most of growing consumer confidence by improving profit margins.

Software gets global funding

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2:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

A SOFTWARE developer has attracted worldwide funding for a unique web tool.

Green spaces are open for new houses

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Business Comment

Entire city’s mood will be monitored

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1:00pm Tuesday 9th September 2014

Pioneering technology is being used to monitor the mood of the entire city.

Car park resorts to wardens to show motorists past roadworks

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6:00am Thursday 4th September 2014

Wardens wearing tabards and holding signs are directing drivers past roadworks and into a city-centre car park.

Flights could cost more if new Gatwick runway goes ahead

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6:00am Thursday 4th September 2014

Flights could cost an additional £50 if a new runway goes ahead at Gatwick, campaigners have warned.

Legal and General move 60 jobs to Hove

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9:21am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

Around 60 customer service jobs are being moved to Legal and General’s offices in Hove.

‘Draconian’ terms for fundraising staff

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11:00am Wednesday 3rd September 2014

CHARITY workers who raised millions of pounds for needy causes face wage cuts and “draconian” changes to their terms of conditions, according to staff.

City is beacon of economic dynamism

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6:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

Brighton and Hove is one of the best cities in the country for economic growth and dynamism.

The office is a jungle with many creatures

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1:00pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

OFFICES may seem sedate compared to the jungle. But there may be more similarities between work colleagues and wild animals than meets the eye. Author, scientist and satirist Richard Robinson talks to business editor Finn Scott-Delany about his office bestiary.



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