Birmingham City Business School

503, 2015

Cameron has been scarred by his experience of TV debates

By |March 5th, 2015|In The News, Opinion|Comments Off on Cameron has been scarred by his experience of TV debates

Dr Steve McCabe, Birmingham City Business School

It’s a bit rich of Cameron who in the period preceding the last election goaded the then prime minister, Labour leader Gordon Brown to engage in a TV debate so that, like the USA where such events are common, the voters could see the key people who they would […]

2002, 2015

Obama needs to recognise the Internet’s success isn’t just down to America

By |February 20th, 2015|In The News, Opinion|Comments Off on Obama needs to recognise the Internet’s success isn’t just down to America

Professor Mike Jackson, Birmingham City Business School

There is much to be praised in President Obama’s plan for a free and open Internet  and much which might inform the polices of European Governments.  On the other hand, in his interview to Recode, he makes claims which really should be challenged:

Obama said: “We have owned the Internet. Our […]

409, 2014

The conundrum of economic growth

By |September 4th, 2014|In The News|Comments Off on The conundrum of economic growth

Birmingham City Business School’s Dr Steve McCabe comments on the CBI’s prediction that UK growth will slow in the second half of 2014.

The announcement by the CBI that it expects UK economic growth to slow in the second half of this year is interesting and, of course, somewhat worrying.

Compared to only last year the forecast […]

1306, 2013

Why you should visit BCU

By |June 13th, 2013|Student Life|Comments Off on Why you should visit BCU

Michelle Dzumbunu, Birmingham City Business School student

After receiving my offer to study at Birmingham City University, I was invited to an Applicant day specifically tailored for my course. I got the opportunity to listen to talks from the lecturers in the department I would be based, providing a more detailed overview of my course. To […]