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The Jones Bootmaker store at Grand Central is among those to close

Jones Bootmaker stores to close

Trio of shops in Birmingham area to close despite administrators securing rescue deal with private equity firm Endless

Who will join 2016 champion Abby Corfan on the list of BYPY winners?

BYPY 2017 finalists unveiled

Shortlist announced for annual celebration of young talent in Birmingham's professional services community

Andy Skinner, founder of ASAP PR (left), with former Birmingham Mail editor Steve Dyson

PR agency appoints ex-Mail editor

Steve Dyson becomes associate director at Warwickshire-based agency ASAP

Jackie Grubb, principal of the National College for High Speed Rail in Birmingham

New HS2 college appoints first principal

Jackie Grubb takes the hot seat at new college in Birmingham which will educate the next generation of rail engineers

Newsreader and TV presenter Natasha Kaplinsky hosts the Birmingham Post Business Awards

Be a sales and events consultant for the Birmingham Post and other exciting job opportunities

We are recruiting a sales and events consultant to join our Innovations and Business Team. Do you have what it takes?

Birmingham Post Rich List 2017: see the 50 richest people in the Midlands

See who made the 2017 Rich List with eight new entries and an overall wealth that has increased by almost £8 billion

HSBC UK's new head office could house up to 2,500 people

Middle East staff eye jobs at HSBC's new Birmingham base

New UK retail arm of high street bank is attracting job applicants from around the world as relocation out of London gains 'momentum'

Internet shopping giant Amazon paid just £2.4million in tax last year

New Amazon warehouse to create 1,600 jobs in West Midlands

Giant warehouse to be built on former Jaguar factory site in Coventry.

Lombard Risk has opened a new tech hub in Alpha Tower

140 new tech jobs created in Birmingham city centre

Lombard Risk Management also has offices in New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo

A Living Wage is good for business

Unision regional secretary says businesses have seen productivity and turnover improvements after paying the Living Wage

CGI of the new Travelodge in West Bromwich

100 new jobs at Travelodge development

Work starts on hotel project in West Bromwich which will bring vacant brownfield land back into use

Being a binmen can be a violent job at times

Head-butted, punched, threatened with a sword... Who'd be a binman?

Local government correspondent Neil Elkes spent some time with Birmingham's waste collection teams and found it an eye-opening experience

Foreign investment boosts West Midlands job market by 11,000

New research shows foreign companies created more than 11,000 roles in the region over past year

More West Midlands people are becoming self-employed

Extra 35,000 workers in the region are now self-employed compared with the start of the recession

Ian Mattioli

Why award-winning Mattioli Woods is backing BPBA 2016

Wealth management and employee benefits company Mattioli Woods has got a very good reason for sponsoring BPBA 2016

Average FTSE 100 chiefs' pay grows by £500k

Top bosses are earning on average 140 times more than staff according to a new report

Sharp drop in Birmingham's youth unemployment

New report suggests claimant numbers are falling across the city but levels remain higher than average compared with other 'core' cities

How will Birmingham and the region's economy look in 2030?

Time to speak up on Greater Birmingham's economic future

Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership wants to hear the views of public and businesses to shape the economic future of the West Midlands over the next 14 years

West Midlands manufacturers grow as output rises

But Brexit vote sees the region lose business confidence according to new report

The Jewellery Quarter is changing - and some people are very concerned about its future

Gentrification could 'spell death of Jewellery Quarter'

Businesses and academics concerned over changing face of historic manufacturing quarter but BID chairman warns that places must progress


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