0 Have your say Good morning and welcome to September from the Yorkshire Post business team. Our top story this morning comes in Sheffield where new technology is allowing bin lorries to drive around powered by their own waste. The tech has been developed by Sheffield-firm Magtec and goes live today Meat-free firm Tofoo is predicting a massive rise in revenues. The Yorkshire food producer expects revenues to rise by 56 per cent. A huge conference on mental health in the workplace for this month is gathering pace. A raft of speakers and backers for the Leeds event have been announced.And finally the good weatehr is expected to boost retailer Dunelm Mill.The firm is due to report its full year numbers on Wednesday. Annual conference on mental health in workplace secures headline sponsor Bin lorries powered by the waste they carry - the huge environmental first in Sheffield … [Read more...] about This morning’s top Yorkshire business stories.
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0 Have your say Good evening, Mark Casci here from the Yorkshire Post business desk. Here's a run down of the best read and most important stories from our region over the past week. The High Street continues to endure a fairly torrid time and our top story this week came in the shape of the intended closure of the Marks & Spencer store in Kirkstall Leeds.Read the full story hereA total of 29 jobs are at risk as the retail giant looks to dramatically reduce its estate. More closures will be announced in the next few weeks and Yorkshire is unlikely to be immune. Time will tell if the firm can turn its fortunes around.Elsewhere Bradford Council's call for landowners to put forth their suggestions for new job creation zones was popular with retailers. Read the story hereThe local authority wants to kickstart employment in the city and wants the help of the region's business community to get more people into work.The travails of Sirius Minerals generated a … [Read more...] about The best business stories from Yorkshire this week
Updated 10:08 am PDT, Monday, July 22, 2019 File photo of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky) File photo of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky) Photo: Andrew Selsky, AP Photo: Andrew Selsky, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 File photo of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky) File photo of the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky) Photo: Andrew Selsky, AP Correction: Mental Health Day story 1 / 1 Back to Gallery SALEM, Oregon (AP) — In a story July 21 about a new law that will allow Oregon students to take "mental health days," The Associated Press misspelled the first name of … [Read more...] about Correction: Mental Health Day story
Share Tweet Email Style & Fashion Share: Share Tweet Email Share: Share Tweet Email kgo Peanut brand Planters drops its first-ever high-top kicks ahead of the NBA draft this week.The Crunch Force 1 limited-edition sneakers are made of premium leather with a Mr. Peanut shoe tongue and a peanut insole.The "nutty" design comes from sneaker designers and artist Jeff Cole and Seth Fowler and Philadelphia-based sneaker manufacturer Rich Franklin."I've worked with some major national brands, and I was thrilled to partner with Mr. Peanut to produce a high-quality sneaker that Planters fans and basketball fans can go nuts for," said Franklin.The Crunch Force 1 is available for pre-order now until Friday for $170. Report a correction or typo Related topics: style & fashion business nba shoes peanuts basketball sneakers Share: Share Tweet Email More Videos From CNN Newsource affiliates TOP … [Read more...] about Planters drops Mr. Peanut high-top sneakers ahead of NBA Draft
By Theophilos Argitis Bloomberg Mon., May 13, 2019 Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz enters the final year of his term next month, and the guessing game on who could succeed him is underway. While Poloz hasn’t officially announced whether he wants to stay, no Canadian central bank governor has been given a second mandate since the early 1980s. Early front-runners include the governor’s chief deputy, who would be the first woman to take the job, and the head of BlackRock Inc.’s research unit, who would be the first French Canadian. Another contender is the dean of one of the country’s most prestigious business schools, who was passed over last time. The Canadian economy Poloz helped run for six years is emerging from a sluggish expansion with interest rates close to historically low levels. Complicating matters for any successor, household debt is at a record, which will weigh on growth and make the financial system more vulnerable to any … [Read more...] about Meet the frontrunners to succeed Poloz at top Bank of Canada job