Journal columnist Keith Hann says there may be bad news around - but that's nothing new and we can still take joy from plenty of things
Sainsbury's and Vodafone will report results this week
New data shows a surprising result in Newcastle of who is winning the battle for your weekly shop
Supermarket boss Justin King was hailed as the saviour of Sainsbury’s yesterday as he announced plans to step down as chief executive after 10 years
Sainsbury's piled more pressure on rival Tesco with another quarter of strong sales, driven by demand for own-brand ranges
Barclaycard is telling some of its customers that their cards will no longer track the bank rate, paving the way for potential future increases
The city of Durham has seen great changes over the past few years and continues to move forwards
DEFRA minister Lord Rooker will deliver the keynote speech at the Meat and Livestock Commission’s highly regarded Outlook Conference.
ONE of the region’s top bosses has been pipped to the post for a prestigious national award.
Sainsbury's profits climb despite takeover distraction; Banking group HSBC reveals extra £700m hit in American mortgage business; Boss of Friends Provident steps down.
MAJOR supermarkets are still stocking large quantities of New Zealand fresh lamb, according to the latest data collected by the National Sheep Association
Sainsbury's shares plummet by 21%: Chinese energy firm PetroChina becomes the world largest firm; Bagless vacuum cleaner pioneer picks up £59m salary.
Tesco spreads its reach to the USA; Almost £2bn is wiiped off the value of Sainsbury's; The number of people being turned down for credit cards soars.
Sainsbury's takeover bid collapses; Budget airline Ryanair increases profits forecast; The head of the world's biggest bank steps down.
A LEADING light of North-East industry, who is already a finalist in The Journal’s Business Executive of the Year, is in the running for a second major award.
CORPORATE moves by Anglo-Irish processing companies to blur the distinction between higher priced, home produced, British beef and discounted beef from the Republic of Ireland (ROI) must be strongly resisted, says the National Beef Association.
Insurance giant finds new merger partner; Oil prices hit fresh high; Sainsbury's Qatari stalker's given new deadline.
Cadbury Schweppes and Carphone Warehouse impress investors; Magners cider firm C&C warns of declining sales; Supermarket group Sainsbury's reports slowdown in sales.
US electronics giant Atmel should be forced to pay back government grant following closure of its North-East plant, says senior politician; Sainsbury's to hold out against Qatari takeover; London market in bullish mood as Northern Rock shares climb.
DEVELOPER Circle Red Properties has announced the sale of its mixed use retail and leisure development in Main Street, Ponteland, to an undisclosed private investor.