David Bailey looks at the latest official data showing that UK industry is sliding into its third recession.
Over a six-year period, the West Midlands received £239.5 million in European Social Fund grants and £315.9 million in European Regional Development Fund grants
David Bailey on the progress still needed on the ‘5 Asks’ for the UK steel industry
It is not just the steel industry and the impact of the international market which is making the headlines right now, says solicitor Andrew Whitehead
and Paul Forrest
continue on from their earlier blog to look at what the government will need to do in order for a conservatorship to be successful.
David Bailey and Paul Forrest look at whether conservatorship could be successful for the steel industry
Architect Joe Holyoak takes the marketing men to task after another bout of over-hyping - this time for the new Birmingham Smithfield plan
Nissan has stated that the next phase of the Qashqai’s development will see the introduction of autonomous driving technology to the model in 2017.
Professor David Bailey on Volkswagen changing tack over the 'dieselgate' affair.
Andrew Whitehead on the legal processes that UK policymakers would likely have to negotiate in the event of a Brexit.
Subject of city centre regeneration has become 'Marmite' topic on social media with some keen to see the back of landmark building and others opposed to its replacement
Architect Joe Holyoak takes a dim view of the latest plans to build new offices in Birmingham city centre - and wave goodbye to part of the city's architectural history
David Bailey on the news that Aston Martin has signed a partnership to design and build a new electric vehicle by 2018
Architect Joe Holyoak examines what fate awaits run-down parts of famous zoo and no guarantees of funding mean an uncertain future lies ahead
Tata Motors said today that net profit for the last quarter fell by 2%, hit by lower JLR sales in China. This was better than many analysts had expected.
The outline of a deal for the UK has just been announced, and an early Brexit vote looks a distinct possibility.
Community leaders are demanding action on a giant regeneration site in Birmingham city centre - agenda editor Graeme Brown looks at why it is so important
The government have announced this week that over 40 miles of roads in Coventry are to be equipped with technologies to assist autonomous or driverless cars
Innovation Birmingham's chief executive David Hardman examines the price and benefits of investing for future growth
As work on the next phases of the Beorma Quarter in Digbeth is imminent, architect Joe Holyoak casts his eye over one of most significant regeneration projects