Richard Lutz reports on the bankers that have been stealing from us and continue to steal from us
A majority of voters would prefer the UK to be a member of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) as opposed to the EU, according to a new survey published today by the Bruges Group.
But will they by-pass Birmingham? John Duckers takes issue with the city’s obsession with food when really it’s manufacturing that drives job creation.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning is offering budding entrepreneurs and creative minds the chance to practise real alchemy during a high-octane start-up weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School
The sudden shutdown of all channels of Greece’s national broadcasting company by the Greek government is ‘unacceptable for an EU democracy’, says West Mids and Warks Lib Dem MEP Phil Bennion.
Coventry and Warwickshire Aerospace Forum now boasts a turnover in excess of £100m and saw turnover grow by 15% last year and creating more jobs
Edgbaston Cricket: A rise in the number of expected visitors to the city – and an increase in those coming from outside the region – has boosted the tournament’s economic impact on Birmingham to £15.5 million
The need for businesses to develop their international marketing capabilities will be the focus of an event held at the University of Wolverhampton this June.
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) grew by 2.4% in the year to April 2013, down from 2.8% in March.
Leaders from some of Europe’s largest companies will be gathering in Birmingham to discuss the role that open innovation and collaboration can play in boosting the economy
Midlands Co-operative Society continues its strong business performance with the announcement of its year end results to 26 January 2013
Companies in Walsall owe over £2 million in unpaid business rates while the council makes cuts in public services and care for vulnerable people, claim Walsall’s Labour Group.
Here’s a round up of some reactions to today’s budget speech by George Osborne
Today the Government has endorsed Lord Heseltine’s review “No Stone Unturned”, which recommends a single funding pot strategy for cities.
The Government has today backed Ofgem‟s countdown to simpler, clearer and fairer energy market.
A number of changes to waste collection services have been announced by Birmingham City Council in its 2013/14 budget
3 million fewer UK adults visit the pub on a regular basis
Neil Rami welcomes the Chancellor’s support for Lord Heseltine’s proposals
• Zones combine spatial and economic planning to attract £1.5 billion of investment
• Six zones across the city have the potential to create nearly 50,000 jobs
The electronic age has certainly had a big impact on the traditional high street and none more so than in Coventry
Neil Rami, Chief Executive, Marketing Birmingham reflects on the impact of this week’s Budget on Birmingham’s potential to attract further inward investment.
Three prestigious Coventry attractions have joined together for the first time to promote the city to the group travel trade.
Birmingham FoE is hosting an event which takes people’s opinions and directs them into a discussion on action for a sustainable future which works for everyone.
Visit Birmingham will be positioning the city as an unrivalled visitor destination at influential travel trade exhibitions this March
Birmingham Friends of the Earth present the ‘City of the Future’ event, 20th March at Birmingham’s Council House
By Richard Lutz Steve comes to my house – to my drive actually – to carry out essential body work on my 11 year old Honda. Someone ripped a mega-chunk out of it in a car park. From the damage it looks as if an SUV the size of a spaceship savaged it. Steve goes…
Much of Europe now appears to be heading into a recession caused by a chronic lack of confidence in the ability of countries to deal with their debts.
LWM launch of Green Deal & Fuel Poverty report
Councillors should be scrutinising the process leading up to major decisions not reacting to decisions that have already been made when it is too late to change them.
Coventry is set to become a hotbed for low carbon innovation after Coventry University awarded global ‘Living Labs’ status by the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL).