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13:00, 19 SEP 2013
Business of Sport
Don’t expect Premier price cuts while the fans keep flocking to games
Football supporters up and down the country have no doubt been dancing jigs of delight at the news that the cost of watching live football has fallen.
Business of Sport
A future where we get our kicks for free?
Businesses are becoming more attuned to offering their customers something worthwhile for free and generating additional revenues from a variety of other sources to offset a notional 'loss'.
Football League Cup
Something to smirk at for once
As Wolves begin their thankless wanderings to Stevenage and Crawley, Port Vale and Preston, I can console myself in the knowledge that (a) we have a ground (b) our owner is not in custody and (c) I have no tattoos. Perhaps I can smirk after all.
Birmingham Post Business Awards
Birmingham Post Business Awards host Natasha Kaplinsky on her TV career
Natasha Kaplinsky tells the Post how she worked her way up to become one of the most recognisable faces on TV
Build-up to Nailcote Hall: Crowd will raise nerves
Grandstand? Did he say 'grandstand'? He did.
Sandi Toksvig watches as the world twitters on with no manners
Multi-talented Sandi Toksvig tells Roz Laws about rude people, war and her hatred of sport.
Enterprise Inns launch mass pub makeover scheme
Bosses from Britain’s biggest landlord are planning a multi-million pounds makeover to help pubs claw back business following a “challenging” six months.
Birmingham City Council
Birmingham City fans bid to have St Andrew's ground listed
Birmingham City fans have launched an audacious bid to stop any sale of the club's St Andrew’s ground.
Peter Sharkey: A major player comes into the market
Though it wasn't quite on a par with that other major sporting announcement made last week, in terms of commercial scale it was enormous, significantly affecting equity prices in two companies with a combined market value of £37 billion.
London 2012 Olympics
Hamish Glen has a decade of delights at The Belgrade
He was the man who discovered David Tennant and has helped transform The Belgrade Theatre as one of the region's top cultural venues.
Birmingham Deutsche Bank recruiter Sean Sales named BYPY 2013
A graduate recruiter at one of city’s biggest financial services employers has been crowned Birmingham Young Professional of the Year 2013.
Noddy Holder heads back out onto the road
Noddy Holder was just seven years old when he stood up on stage at a working men's club to sing.
Sky's the limit for fundraising divers
A Midland recruitment professional has helped raise £2,500 for a brain tumour charity with a sky dive in memory of his uncle.
Peter Sharkey: Germans putting the bite on their Euro competitors
It felt less like the cultured passing of a baton and much more like the ripping of football's figurative staff from the very bosom of its spiritual home for the past five years, an act executed with the force and brutality of a seriously aggrieved party.
Peter Sharkey: The Midland golf gourse labelled 'better than Augusta'
As most of us were preparing to finish work on Wednesday night, Augusta’s annual par three competition, traditional curtain-raiser to the Masters which starts on Thursday, was getting under way, bathed in customary early spring sunshine.
Peter Sharkey: New agent could see the Bradley Wiggins brand soar
If Bradley Wiggins does move to a new management team, he can expect to generate significant sums of money for the rest of his life.
Peter Sharkey: The Aston Villa letter which spawned the billion-pound game
Earlier this week, telecommunications giant BT clinched another audacious rights deal as the company continued its determined attempt to make a serious impact upon the domestic television market when its two BT Sport TV channels launch this summer.
Peter Sharkey: Formula 1 reaps rewards of playing by the rules
Sport's infrequent dalliances with stock markets have tended to be unconsummated affairs.
Peter Sharkey: Sports fans could benefit from Sky's battle with BT
We should not expect BSkyB simply to stand aside and allow BT to loosen its grip on Premier League football without a fight
Reel life above The Electric Cinema
Jon Perks meets the couple for whom the term ‘home cinema’ has a whole new meaning