Business people got the opportunity to grill Ian Strachan, the compiler of the Birmingham Post Rich List, at the launch at the Hyatt Regency.
There are no independently-wealthy females on the 2015 Birmingham Post Rich List – an “unacceptable” position according to business and community leaders.
Baron Bamford has spent more than 50 years at JCB, and 2015 marks his 40th year as chairman.
Lord Paul of Marylebone is a strict vegetarian who lives by simple Hindu principles and encourages his employees to show integrity and respect.
When France surrendered to Germany, Jacques Gaston Murray made his way to England where he joined the RAF, flying 38 missions as a navigator.
Shoosmiths' corporate solicitor Rachel Seaton is in the hot seat today as our look at the 2015 BYPY candidates continues
Our Q&As with the 2015 BYPY finalists now takes a look at the legal award and meets Tom Rush from Gateley
The Investment Property Forum hosted a seminar to outline plans for the redevelopment of Paradise Circus.
VIPS and businesses turned out in force last week to officially celebrate the opening of Birmingham's newest restaurant, Gas Street Social at the Mailbox.
We finish the BYPY 2015 Q&As this week with the third and final entrant in the finance category
Digbeth firm wins international recognition for its mobile game in which players help Cancer Research UK
Up-and-coming movie maker is hoping to raise more than £2,000 via Indie Go Go website to support latest project to shoot a 12-minute film
Rubery app firm looking to the stars with its first piece of hardware developed to complement its range of stargazing apps
Incubation hubs provide a much better alternative to co-working spaces or your local café, argues David Hardman
Mike Bell will discuss the role technology will play in future vehicle design and manufacture at prestigious annual lecture
Husband and wife duo's Art Deco building continues to attract some of the world's finest art to Edgbaston
The country's first truly civic building offered an alternative to cathedrals for live music
Feature put together by the Post alongside our partners at Associated Architects, has been taken to the hearts of the city
Also known as 'Margaret Street', John Henry Chamberlain's building has been in continuous use since opening in 1885
HQ of company launched by struggling actor has been frozen in time since 2003 and dogged by misfortune since
Birmingham's business community attended an artistic preview evening at KPMG One Snowhill, of Birmingham Children's Hospital's The Big Hoot charity art exhibition.
Property professionals from across the West Midlands met in Birmingham for the launch of Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH) Industrial and Logistics Market report.
The official re-opening of the Old Beams, a country inn situated just outside of Stourport-on-Severn in Worcestershire.
SGH Martineau’s Private Capital Group held its annual St Patrick’s Day breakfast at its Birmingham office.
The Chefs' Gala Dinner raised over £90,000 for Birmingham-based charity Children's Liver Disease Foundation.