City AM is celebrating its tenth birthday with a redesign and special edition.
The free London newspaper today features a cover wrap (pictured) displaying some of its best front pages.
The newspaper today also features what it says is it first leader column.
Christian May, who took over as editor this month, said: "After ten years of delivering the sharpest news, analysis and views, we now have an equally smart and sharp layout.
"During our decade-long reign as London’s most popular business newspaper, the economic landscape has changed beyond recognition.
"City AM will continue to reflect this with the highest level of journalism and having only recently taken the reins as editor, I am honoured and excited to be stewarding City A.M. into its next decade."
City AM is distributed at more than 250 commuter hubs across London and the home counties as wel as 1,600 offices.
According to ABC, it recorded an average daily circulation of 99,039 in August.