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Cogent Elliott has won the contract to promote Toro and Hayter in the UK

Cogent Elliott wins brief from The Toro Company

Global lawn mower firm signs up Meriden agency to support its brand awareness work with national trade and consumer media

Jaguar Land Rover's Engine Manufacturing Centre at i54

Jobs boost as Jaguar Land Rover doubles size of engine plant

The car giant said the move would create hundreds of new jobs at the plant at i54 in South Staffordshire

1,000 jobs after CAD CAM Automotive secures £300m boost

The Chinese Red Sun Group is planning to plough £300 million into a West Midlands supply chain firm

The GMB demonstrate outside the Caparo plant in Rood End Road, Oldbury. Pictured is West Bromwich West MP Adrian Bailey

Dozens of jobs saved after part of collapsed Caparo is sold

A deal to sell Caparo Testing Technologies will safeguard 76 jobs, dozens of which are in Oldbury

Car maker Aston Martin could be on the move across the West Midlands

Aston Martin 'considering Sutton Coldfield green belt' for new factory

Move by luxury car maker could see it also relocate headquarters from long-serving base in Gaydon to Peddimore

David Keene, chief executive of Leacy Classics

Leacy Classics seals second acquisition in weeks

Birmingham-based car parts specialist has acquired London Taxi Group, a deal which includes a fleet of 21 vehicles

Company of the Year - Fracino

Fracino brewing success with Company of the Year award

Manufacturer of coffee machines launched in the 1960s takes home top prize and export gong at 2015 Birmingham Post Business Awards

CGI of Jaguar Land Rover's new home for its vehicle operations team in Fen End

JLR set to create 'special ops' base

New project in Warwickshire wins council backing and is expected to house skilled engineering staff

Huw Jenkins (left) from Fit For Nuclear and Alloy Wire's managing director Mark Venables

Alloy Wire targets £60bn nuclear sector

New funding from the Fit For Nuclear programme will see Black Country firm attempt to break into the sector

The steel industry is in crisis, with thousands of jobs announced at Redcar on Teesside

Firms call for ban on Chinese steel imports

Trade body UK Steel said Business Secretary Sajid Javid should spearhead immediate European action on anti-dumping measures

Range Rover Evoque Convertible

Land Rover unveils Evoque Convertible

The drop-top version of Land Rover’s best-selling vehicle becomes the fifth member of the Range Rover family

Angad Paul, pictured here on the shop floor of Caparo Precision Tubes in Oldbury, has died at his London home

Son of Caparo founder falls to death from London home

Angad Paul has died just weeks after several Caparo group companies were placed into administration as steel industry collapses in the UK

More redundancies could take place at Cadbury in Bournville

More redundancies on the cards at Cadbury

Chocolate firm's owner Mondelēz International says it has launched a new consultation with office staff over 'simplification and productivity' at historic base in Bournville

Chris Cook, associate solicitor in Harrison Clark Rickerbys' corporate team

Harrison Clark advises on aviation deal

Intercede Ventures has developed an innovative instrument for measuring the surface condition and drag factors on aircraft

Jaguar Land Rover factory at Castle Bromwich

UK new car sales dip but Jaguar Land Rover continues its growth

Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show UK new car registrations dropped for the first time in more than three and a half years

Battle of Britain veteran Ken Wilkinson and members of 19 (Fighter) Squadron celebrate the unveiling of the centenary commemorative plaque surrounding a Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar helps 19 (Fighter) Squadron mark its centenary at Castle Bromwich plant

The Midland carmaker invited more than 40 members of 19 (Fighter) Squadron to the site to celebrate its centenary year

Jaguar Heritage E-Type 1961

Jaguar E-Type voted Best British Car Ever

The iconic sportscar picked-up its latest accolade at the inaugural Classic & Sportscar – The London Show

Warwickshire craft cider maker Hogan’s Cider has opened a pop-up cider house in Moseley

Hogan's Cider opens pop-up cider house in Moseley

The bar, which opened for business on Halloween in the heart of Moseley village, is set to stay open until January 3 2016

Caparo loses 323 staff across the Black Country

Administrator PwC confirms 452 job losses UK wide and the closure of plants in the West Midlands as the steel industry continues to suffer

Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya

Chinese award for Post columnist Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya

Lord Bhattacharyya, chairman of WMG at the University of Warwick, was awarded the first ever National Rainbow Bridge Award

Videos & Photos

Mark Stocks, Becky Eagle, both Grant Thornton; Toby Carpenter, Psigma; and Wendy Fellow, Punter Southall, at the Grant Thornton Promotions Event

Promoted duo welcomed by Grant Thornton

CGI of BCU's new buildnig in Edgbaston

Go ahead for Birmingham City University's £41m Edgbaston project

Paul Fulford, Tom Cullen, Alev Dervish and Tom Carroll at Connolly's Wines tasting event at the Library of Birmingham

Connolly's wine tasting event at the Library of Birmingham hailed a success

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