The Post is campaigning for a fair share of funding from the state broadcaster - but, despite what its executives seem to think, we aren't telling them how to spend
The membership had changed significantly given the three board members who had retired at the last AGM.
Cadbury has sent a document to Cadbury workers with a list of regulations on appropriate behaviour in modern-day Bournville.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) yesterday announced plans to double the size of its operations at its headquarters at Whitely in Coventry.
You might not know, but a national competition has been going on behind closed doors to be the new home of HSBC in the UK... and Birmingham won
Nissan puts its plans for new London black cab on hold
Chancellor throws a few little goodies into Budget but there were no magic tricks, says David Bailey
Contracts worth more than £1bn that were outsourced to overseas based automotive suppliers back in 2012 are now being delivered by UK-based suppliers.
Despite Birmingham's prominence as a thriving tech and digital city, there's still a job to do convincing those in the capital, argues David Hardman
The Communities and local Government Secretary Eric Pickles recently turned down the proposed 'Coventry Gateway' scheme.
Orthodoxy suggests that strategy can be reduced to 'standard' components which any student, of organisational leader, simply has to understand and, depending on the circumstances, apply.
Copying the Canary Wharf model and its reliance on financial services is not the path Birmingham should be treading, argues Coun John Clancy
If the recent fall in global oil prices is sustained it could have a big impact on the affordability of UK renewables subsidies.
At the moment everyone seems to be waiting for a 'game changer' in terms of a big breakthrough in battery technology which could see consumers switch over in a big way.
Optimists argue that a number of things will occur militating against the normal problems associated with falling prices.
Despite attempts by 'wildcards' Eurosport and beIN Sports, the status quo was maintained as BT Sport and Sky maintain their coverage of England's top flight
The benefits of driverless cars are plentiful and more of a reality than we might realise, argues Professor David Bailey
London Taxi Company seem intent on building a new plant near Coventry, at the Ansty site, near to the Manufacturing Technology Centre and the Rolls-Royce operation.
The Phoenix Four should still do the right thing. By directing the proceeds of the Deloitte fine to former employees, the FRC could show them an example, write Prof David Bailey and Richard Burden MP
With Birmingham recently named as the Start-up hotspot for the second year in a row, and the UK's most investable city, there's no shortage of positive messages to give.