Business columnist Jon Griffin is in China with a delegation from Midland engineering firm Covpress
Dongying prepared to play host to a historic factory opening which marks the latest milestone in UK-Chinese trade relations.
A West Midlands trade delegation is in China forging links and laying the groundwork for greater co-operation with the economic powerhouse. Business writer Jon Griffin reports from Dongying
Speculation is rife the once-proud Midland brand could return after its collapse ten years ago. Enda Mullen talks to experts about whether it could ever happen
St Modwen's £1 billion regeneration of the south Birmingham town has come under heavy criticism from planners who want to see more industrial development
For the uninitiated, iSoft became a byword in Birmingham and further afield for a financial morass.
St Modwen lodges plans to create head office building for major corporate occupier as regeneration of south Birmingham town continues
The new vehicle - which will be known as the GTS in China - is tipped to be unveiled at the Shanghai motor show in April and will go on sale just a month after
An inquiry into the council’s ward committee set-up found they are failing to engage citizens and often ignore or brush over issues of local interest
St Modwen continues its long-running regeneration of Longbridge while the city council is eyeing a new housing estate in Kings Norton
Councillors are adamant that Birmingham needs to come together to get a grip of child sexual exploitation.
Web design agency Ballyhoo to launch new hub for developers to test creations on wide range of devices
Three years after moving from Selly Oak to purpose-built campus in Longbridge, the college has an acting principal and redundancies are afoot
Major transport and digital investments, new residential and office schemes, and improvement work to Longbridge Lane, Tessall Lane and Longbridge Island are on the horizon
A new vision for transport in the city can be unveiled which is expected to revolutionise how people travel and commute across Birmingham over the next 20 years
Positive news at Birmingham car manufacturer as firm reduces losses to below £1m mark for first time since launch six years
Regeneration specialist moves to heartland of £1bn project as new regional director appointed to replace retiring John Dodds
The Phoenix Four have finally run out of excuses, and they are about to pocket another million quid each from the wreckage of the car crash that they presided over at MG Rover.
John Towers, Peter Beale, Nick Stephenson and John Edwards became the unacceptable face of capitalism with the closure of MG Rover nearly ten years ago after racking up debts of more than £1 billion.
John Towers, one of the notorious Phoenix Four, told former workers the entire assets of subsidiary MGR Capital would be wiped out four years before he pocketed £1m