A fitness trainer from South Tyneside has struck a deal with Deborah Meaden and Kelly Hoppen when she pitched her idea on TV show Dragons’ Den
MARTIN, 46, is a professional magician. He has been performing magic full-time for more than 20 years but before that he used to sell magic in London to other magicians.
Herd-pressed loan customers are missing more than 7,700 repayments every day in an indication that interest rate hikes are biting, it was claimed yesterday.
Law firm Ward Hadaway has reported double digit growth in turnover and profit per equity partner after its employment team experienced an "exceptional year".
The cream of the accountancy profession were rewarded at the first awards night in the region dedicated to them alone.
With a rather eccentric image - long sideboards and a taste in shoes and socks not shared by many - you might think YO!
A start-up company has won a Dragon's Den-style contest to find the hottest young talent in the North-East's video game development sector.
The Japanese restaurant chain made famous by former Dragon's Den star Simon Woodroffe is about to open a branch in Newcastle.
Pr agency owner Kari Owers speaks to The Journal on the places and people which mean something to her.
North tycoon and television dragon Duncan Bannatyne has courted controversy by declaring fat people are lazier than their thinner colleagues.
According to the latest findings of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, the future is rosy for entrepreneurs in the North-east as the UK bucks the global trend for a decline in start-up businesses.
Accountants have another fortnight to enter the regionwide competition to find the best in the profession.
A businessman from the North-East is helping to promote the region as part of British Tourism Week.
The first North East Accountancy Awards is gaining momentum with firms across the region signing up to sponsor and support the event.
An event to promote the spirit of enterprise has aspiring future captains of industry packing their suitcases across the North-East.
A man killed himself by standing in front of a 110mph train after driving to Northumberland from his home in Staffordshire to take his own life, an inquest heard yesterday.
Goalkeeper Richard Lee has been the butt of a few jokes in the Watford dressing room lately, but no one at Manchester City was laughing as he kept the Blues out at Eastlands last night, writes Simon Stone.
Business leaders are being given the chance to learn the secrets of success from five winning entrepreneurs including Dragon's Den star Simon Woodroffe.
An entrepreneur who puts her customers' names in the headlines has reached another landmark in her rise to success.
The North-East isn't just competitive - it's ahead of the game.