London-based fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index has made a significant step towards fully globalising its business with the opening of their first office in the United States.
The CBI today (Thursday) responded to the announcement that production of the 100% electric Nissan LEAF is starting in Sunderland.
RMT, the London Underground tube union, confirmed today (Wednesday) that tube drivers on the Jubilee Line, working out of the Stratford and Greenwich depots, have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action and are to strike in a dispute over bullying of staff through the misuse of procedures and an appalling decline in the standard of working conditions which have led to a total breakdown in industrial relations.
Boris Johnson is set to throw himself into the (relatively) deep end of technology at the InnoTech Summit this April in a bid to promote Londonís growing tech economy.
Hopkins Catering Equipment, a manufacturing firm based in Pudsey, has invested in its vehicle fleet while looking to increase its exporting capability.
Visit Birmingham has unveiled a new tourism campaign designed to boost the regionís cultural profile, as part of its ongoing strategy to build on the 10 million visitors that come to Birmingham for arts and culture annually.
A report published this week shows how a radical transformation of the public sector can save billions of pounds while helping the elderly stay in their own homes for longer, improving employment prospects for school leavers, reducing re-offending and better supporting victims of domestic violence.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has welcomed the Chancellorís commitment of at least £750 million in funding to boost housing construction in London. The funding, announced in the Budget, will provide thousands of Londoners with more help to buy their own home.
Plans to replace the sub-standard bridge carrying the A6 London Road over the Derby to Birmingham railway have been given the go-ahead, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin confirmed.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey has given the go-ahead for the first of a planned new generation of nuclear power plants in the UK.