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The Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership has appointed its third female board member - two years on from unveiling its original, all-male board.Read
The city's famous coffin works is to get a new lease of life as a small business centre after receiving £200,000 of new funding.Read
Luxury car firm Aston Martin is set to make motoring history at one of Europe’s top racing events – with a 190mph sports car powered by hydrogen gas.Read
Broad Street manager Mike Olley has been banned from contacting Birmingham lap-dancing boss Lawrence Reddy – or any other figures associated with the nightspot.
Around 400 workers at the doomed Hovis bakery in Birmingham have been forced into compromise agreements signing away rights to legal action – or risk losing up to £20,000.Read
Birmingham business leaders have called for tough action to bring down inflation which grew to a higher than expected 2.8 per cent in March.Read
A VIP charter airline which “hit the ground running in the depths of the recession” has taken on new staff as part of its ambitious expansion plans.Read
An international office fit-out firm has outgrown its first Birmingham base after a year in the city.Read
Unemployed people throughout the West Midlands have been given new hope with a jump in vacancies – but 19 jobseekers are chasing every available job.Read
Staffordshire digger giant JCB has revealed the best annual figures in its 67-year history – with earnings up to £365 million.Read
A new independent coffee shop is to open in a landmark building in Moseley.Read
A Midland college is to double the size of its north Solihull campus with the opening of a new £8.5 million Motor Vehicle and Construction Centre in September.Read
Private sector output stagnated in the West Midlands in March ending a three-month period of expansion, according to the latest purchasing managers’ index report.Read
The UK’s second largest regional airline is celebrating the 10th anniversary of a commuter route from Birmingham Airport to Newcastle.Read
The number of jobs in the West Midlands charity and voluntary sector has grown by almost 300 per cent since the same time last year, according to new figures.Read
Birmingham’s biggest Asian business organisation has selected four new members for its committee board.Read
The longest winter in living memory may be finally releasing its icy grip in mid-April - but one West Midlands firm may not be joining in the spring rejoicing.Read
The merger of two major accountancy firms is the first of its kind in 15 years, according to the firm's new lead partner in the West Midlands.Read
A major city public relations firm is closing its doors in Birmingham after more than 30 years - and moving to Shrewsbury.Read
In the second of his two-part insight into the history of the city’s buildings, Matthew Goer of Associated Architects, looks at the major projects that shaped Birmingham since the Second World War.Read
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