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Martin Guest, Miles Gibson, Andrew Marsden, CBRE; Sir Michael Lyons

Sir Michael Lyons speaks at CBRE's annual breakfast

Property developers, investors and funders attended CBRE's annual Outlook breakfast

Barclaycard has decided to end its naming deal for the NIA

NIA set for another new name after Barclaycard scraps sponsorship

The Barclaycard Arena is to be no more - and both the ICC and NEC are set for new names

BYPY 2015 at the ICC, Birmingham (l/r) host Rachel Riley and overall winner Katie Kershaw

BYPY 2016: Spotlight on finance category finalists - and look who is going to compere

Focus on three young professionals who have made it onto the shortlist for a flagship BPS Birmingham award and awards ceremony host is revealed

DNRC ambassadors JJ Chalmers, who has had more than 30 operations since a roadside bomb in Afghanistan changed his life, and Ibi Ali, who lost his arm in service

The 8 vitally important reasons you need to support a new centre to rehabilitate our injured troops now

Campaign launched to raise £100 million to complete plans for the Defence and National Rehabilitation being built in the Midlands for injured British troops

Irene Allen (second left) and Ann Tonks, directors of restaurant group Opus, with The Glamophones at the 2015 Colmore Food Festival

Colmore Food Festival signs up Opus

Restaurant group backs annual food festival - now in its sixth year - which will this year take place on July 8 and 9

New promotions at the Birmingham office of law firm Gateley (back row from left) Phil Scully, Helen Jones, Helen Roberts, John Williams, (front row) Louise Phillips and Gemma Flanders

New partners and promotions at Gateley

Birmingham office of listed law firm makes nine new promotions

From left: Nienke Boekraad, Stuart Matthew, Tess Randles and Richard Harris from Gough Bailey Wright

Gough Bailey Wright develops new win with Ziran Land

Worcestershire communications and marketing agency is working with Warwickshire developer on pipeline of new projects

Prime Minister David Cameron is under fire over a pledge to help British Gas workers

Anger as David Cameron breaks pledge to help British Gas workers

Taskforce vow over hundreds of job losses in the Black Country has been reversed

West Bromwich Albion have secured a new shirt sponsorship deal

West Browmich Albion eye Asian market with new shirt sponsor

Club continues tie-ups with international firms after agreeing two-year deal with online casino firm

The 2014 Commonwealth Games, held in Glasgow

Hosting the Commonwealth Games would 'put Birmingham on the map'

Birmingham is the best place to host the Commonwealth Games and should stop being 'modest' says MP

Maxine Wilkie has joined Grant Thornton's wealth advisory department, with team leader Jonathan Neale

Wealth team boosted at Grant Thornton

Maxine Wilkie joins city centre office of financial services firm and is a specialist in retirement planning

CGI of how the regenerated Northfield Manor House would look

Northfield Manor House gutted by fire to be reborn as housing estate

Former home of Cadbury family destroyed in arson attack two years ago is to become a new housing complex in south Birmingham suburb

LG Harris has been acquired in a £55m deal

Historic paintbrush firm LG Harris acquired in £55m deal

Family-run Worcestershire group which was founded in the 1920s has been bought by Norwegian consumer products giant Orkla

Ikea in Wednesbury will soon have a sister store in Birmingham city centre

Ikea to launch in Birmingham city centre

Retailing giant to open one of its new Order and Collection Point formats in Dale End in the unit previously occupied by Toys R Us

Liberty House has confirmed it will bid to buy Tata Steel's UK assets

Liberty House confirms bid for Tata Steel UK assets

Investment group which rescued Caparo last year is now planning to attempt a deal for Tata's UK arm

A barrister

Birmingham's legal aid bill jumps to £31.5m

The cost of paying lawyers to defend people in criminal at Birmingham Crown Court has risen in the past year, after falling due to Government cuts

Robots at work at a Jaguar Land Rover factory

Brexit threatens Jaguar Land Rover's tie to Birmingham, MP warns

Former Home Secretary says the car giant might face a 14 per cent tariff to export to the European Union within a matter of two years if the UK was to leave

CGI of FANUC UK's new home

Robot specialist FANUC finds new home in £20m project

UK arm of global group will create 20 new jobs when it moves to a brand new home on Ansty Park

Utility Team managing director Matt Jakeman (left) and sales director Scott Birley

Utility Team expands with new Jewellery Quarter base

Consultancy which aims to help businesses manage utility contracts has created ten jobs with launch of sales office

Paramount executives hold talks about TV studio in Birmingham

The writer of Peaky Blinders reveals his hopes of setting up a major production facility in the region have progressed

Videos & Photos

Martin Guest, Miles Gibson, Andrew Marsden, CBRE; Sir Michael Lyons

Sir Michael Lyons speaks at CBRE's annual breakfast

Richard Beverley, Freeths; Lord Digby Jones; Lee Clifford, Freeths.

Lord Digby Jones tackles issues at law firm's event

The second class pool reopening at Moseley Road Baths in 2012

World Monuments Fund boost to Moseley Road Baths campaign

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