Poundland can no longer claim every item it sells costs £1 after a watchdog upheld complaints that it sold items for more.Read the full story ›
Companies in the Midlands are growing faster than in the rest of the country, which is seeing a slowdown.
According to the government's manufacturing advisory service, two thirds of firms have increased turnover in the last six months - and most of them say that trend will continue this year.
Our Business Correspondent Mark Gough reports.
The East Coast rail line becomes privately run from today after more than five years in the public sector.Read the full story ›
A record-breaking five and a half million people visited the Christmas markets in Birmingham last year.
Almost £400,000,000 was spent in the city over the festive period.
These record-breaking visitor numbers demonstrate the quality and wide appeal of Birmingham's Christmas Markets. Our extensive festive programme has drawn visitors from across the UK and Europe, all of whom have enjoyed the city's retail and events offer, as well as the famous Birmingham welcome.
The positive figures form an excellent base for 2015, which is set to be one of Birmingham's most exciting periods in over a decade.
Rolls-Royce has secured a contract worth $130 million to provide Trent 1,000 engines to All Nippon Airways.
The firm, which has a base in Derby, has previously been selected by the airline for the engine which has now powered more than 80,000 Dreamliners.
Derby City Council are to create a task force help support Rolls-Royce plans to expand and modernise their site in Derby.Read the full story ›
After last week's English Defence League protest, Dudley Council decided to open up the town centre today for an extra day of business.
A special fun day was held to encourage shoppers back to the centre by offering free parking and letting market stall holders trade free of charge.
Phil Brewster reports.
The Business Action Group have said 135 shops are closed in Lincoln leaving the city below the national average.Read the full story ›
Dudley Councillor Judy Foster told ITV News Central, that today's Fun Day was about enabling businesses who were forced to close during the EDL protest, to make up for their losses.
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