Jaguar Land Rover has opened its new assembly plant in China through a joint venture as it targets a key emerging market for car sales
Longbridge car production factory Rover Cars, learnt the lesson that constant improvement and innovation is not optional if you want to keep your customers happy.
Cadbury Bournville workers have told to 'change behaviour and attitude' or leave the business
On current trends, government borrowing in 2014-15 will come in at around £100bn. The shortfall in the first five months of this financial year is actually higher than it was in the same period in 2013-14.
Manufacturing is not appreciated in terms of the talent we need to recruit or the context we use in discussing it.
More than £6 billion has been invested by major auto assemblers over the last three years, with more to come in the supply chain.
The British Motor Show was an institution for decades. Post-recession, it deserves another outing.
Birmingham City Council has now stepped up its bid to attract more powers for the region by formally joining forces with Solihull to work on projects like the HS2 high-speed rail link.
The financial details of the deal between Birmingham City Council and Capita in the form of Service Birmingham (SB) remain shrouded in secrecy.
Unite union representatives sat down with Jaguar Land Rover management to discuss wage rises for around 23,000 workers.
UK-based sports car manufacturer Lotus has just announced that it will cut around a quarter of its workforce in a desperate attempt to cut costs.
Steve Wozniak: I do fear for the future with computers becoming more and more like real people. Already jobs are being replaced with more machinery and kiosks - I do sometimes worry about losing jobs.
Norman Stinchcombe finds a Beethoven performance at Symphony Hall to be full of gusto and a refreshing change from previous more low key shows
Europe's auto industry has been badly damaged by the ongoing fallout from the global financial crisis and credit crunch.
For many years academics studying stock markets have been trying to persuade investors that markets are efficient.
The issues uppermost in the mind of Prime Minister David Cameron are the consequences of the possibility of a yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum and how to react to the truly shocking events in Iraq.
The outcome of the Scottish referendum will have an effect on industrial policy as it will many other aspects of our national life.
By being a city driven simply by finance and commerce, service and public sector bases, Birmingham is much more likely to become a city of extreme haves and have-nots.
The UK, including Scotland, undoubtedly has a large and successful financial service industry, respected across the world.
Birmingham Bach Choir delivered one of the most important concerts in its history when it performed the Unfinished Remembering which was commissioned by the choir to mark the outbreak of the the First World War