Dr Kurt Yang Liu from Birmingham Business School discusses the obvious appeal of English and European football clubs to Chinese investors
Baggies become the third West Midlands club in the space of just a few months to be acquired by Chinese investors
Professor David Bailey on the growth of Jaguar Land Rover's retail sales figures
Hong Kong-based Lei Shing Hong buys up four West Midlands sites as part of nine-strong acquisition - its first venture into the UK
Villa confirm that Tony Jiantong Xia will take over the reigns at relegated club with grand ambition to return it to European football
David Bailey on the progress still needed on the ‘5 Asks’ for the UK steel industry
The VW Scirocco R offers superb handling with a choice of comfort, normal and sport modes.
Flights will head out of the city to Beijing and Shanghai from this summer after a deal was struck with Beijing Capital Airlines
and Paul Forrest
continue on from their earlier blog to look at what the government will need to do in order for a conservatorship to be successful.
The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of transport
The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of automotive
Uncertain future for plants as Jaguar Land Rover owner says it wants to exit the UK steel market and launches bid to offload factories here
David Bailey on the latest budget issued by Chancellor George Osborne.
For the first time ever, the Midlands has come together to showcase investment opportunities to key markets such as China and the US at the MIPIM property conference in Cannes
But US provides ally to the region as sales grew from £4.2bn to £5.4bn, making the superpower the best friend of the region's manufacturers
Gao Hucheng will lead a delegation to the city, with ministers hoping to stimulate investment in the region
David Bailey on the news that Aston Martin has signed a partnership to design and build a new electric vehicle by 2018
Tata Motors said today that net profit for the last quarter fell by 2%, hit by lower JLR sales in China. This was better than many analysts had expected.
Lord Bamford’s JCB – one of the world’s most famous companies – celebrated 70 years in business in October
Simon Preedy runs Warwickshire-based Marla Tube Fittings which specialises in metal tube manufacture