Henryk Zientek

Henryk Zientek

Henryk Zientek joined the Examiner in 1979 after studying journalism at Sheffield. He worked as a news reporter before becoming business correspondent in the mid-1980s. He is also editor of Kirklees Business News and leads the judging panel for the annual Examiner Business Awards.

Fox's Biscuits faces strike action

Forty-two engineers at Fox's Biscuits in Batley are set to strike on two days next week in protest at a "paltry" pay offer

All Stories

Fox's Biscuits faces strike action

Forty-two engineers at Fox's Biscuits in Batley are set to strike on two days next week in protest at a "paltry" pay offer

Huddersfield and Colne Valley buck national jobless decline

The number of people claiming jobseekers's allowance rose in Huddersfield and Colne Valley during March

Syngenta site in Huddersfield

Syngenta workers vote to strike over pension changes

Unite members at Syngenta in Huddersfield have voted 86% in favour of strike action and plan a 24-hour stoppage on May 7

DM Keith ŠKODA dealership gets major makeover

A new showroom has been unveiled at the DM Keith ŠKODA dealership at St Andrew's Road, Huddersfield

West Yorkshire Business Jury seeks business rates reform

Local authorities should be allowed to keep 100% of business rates, argues the West Yorkshire Business Jury

Business Profile: Alan Wainwright, of Extract Technology

Former fabrication apprentice Alan Wainwright has travelled the world working for Bradley-based Extract Technology

Nick Gartland, Senior Financial Planning Director for Investc Wealth & Investment

Markets are not unduly worried about the May General Election, says Nick Gartland, of Investec Wealth & Investment

On March 18, George Osborne delivered his sixth Budget and resisted the temptation to shower the electorate with bribes

Jo Haigh, who has been appointed non-executive director at Acuity Associates

Jo Haigh calls for a business spring clean

Jo Haigh, of FDS Director Services, says business owners should "spring clean" their companies to get the best from them

Kevin Newson embarks on a new career

Former Yorkshire Bank senior partner Kevin Newson has set up KCN Consultancy Services Ltd to help SMEs get ahead\nJS*60876864

Chairman of Mirfield firm John Cotton set to cheer on his Grand National horse Mon Parrain

Businessman John Cotton is hoping his horse Mon Perrain can win the Grand National at Aintree

Journalists

Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Val Javin
Features Editor
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent