Lord Jones explains how The New Troubleshooter came about, and how he came to pick up the baton from his ‘hero’ Sir John Harvey-Jones, who presented the first series in 1990
The University of Warwick is proposing a new college backed by Jaguar Land Rover, Aero Engine Controls and Arup, which have had difficulty recruiting staff with the right abilities
Cabinet ministers and businesspeople alike herald new fund as a boost to small and medium-sized firms
Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering hails new 'faculty on the floor' through Coventry University and Unipart tie-up
The council has received more than 200 letters, emails and calls from parents, governors and teachers giving information about the alleged plot
Bournville College has been granted European Funding to invest into a scheme which will offer free courses to support the training of workforces in the local area
A suggestion apprenticeships should be highlighted in secondary schools was one of the key messages at the launch of EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation’s new Technology Training Centre.
Agreement aims to boost culinary co-operation between the cities as college hosts young chef competition.
According to all information coming out of Birmingham City Council the 'Trojan Horse' letter describing a plot by Islamic extremists to infiltrate inner city schools is most likely to be a hoax.
The Post, alongside partner Bournville College, has been given the money by government to distribute to companies throughout the region, and help to stimulate investment and unlock job creation
The business guru is The New Troubleshooter in a three-part BBC2 series which starts tonight
The MPs from the three main parties presented a united front in a joint letter to Education Secretary Michael Gove
Steven McCabe explores Alex Ferguson's appointment as a teacher at Harvard Business School.
West Midland universities boost the economy by more than £4.5 billion a year, according to new figures.
Shakespeare's School is applying for a £1million grant to restore and open up his original classroom - 450 years after his birth. Catherine Vonledebur reports
A building can take on a number of identities over the years, as a new function replaces the previous one.
IE beat international competition from the likes of Lloyds Bank and Glasgow City Marketing Bureau
Museum was recently used as a filming location for hit BBC drama Peaky Blinders
Nicola Brissett began a tattooing apprenticeship but was faced with a lack of volunteers to train on, so after one year Nicola began considering alternative careers
A planning application to fully reinstate the Bierton Road School in South Yardley and open its doors to 420 pupils will be considered by councillors on Thursday