A potential stock connect between the London Stock Exchange and Shanghai is the latest news coming out of George Osborne's five day visit to China. Dr David Kuo, CEO at The Motley Fool Singapore, gives his thoughts to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson on any potential deal.
Share Radio's Billy Bambrough looks into company crisis management after the recent Alton Towers crash. Billy discusses this with Andrew Griffin, Chief Executive at Regester Larkin, and John Harrington, Deputy Editor at PR Week.
Apple are having another attempt at the global TV sector, despite an initial unsuccessful launch in 2007. Billy Bambrough speaks to Nick Zarb, Director at Simon-Kucher & Partners, and Stuart Miles, Founder and CEO of Pocket-lint, about whether they can break into the TV market this time around.
New York's banking regulator is reportedly looking into potential manipulation of the US Treasury markets. Billy Bambrough's been investigating the potential impact of the case by speaking with Craig Pirrong, of the University of Houston, and Chris Skinner, Director at the Financial Services Club.
Primark, the discount clothing retailer, is opening its first US store in Boston today. But will the fashion chain be able to work in the US where other big British companies have failed? Billy Bambrough speaks to Clare Rayner, Founder of Retail Champion, and James McGregor, Managing Partner at Retail Remedy, to find out.
The BBC has announced that it's to end its relationship with the Met Office. Billy Bambrough speaks to Richard Pettifer, General Secretary at the Association of Meteorological Services, and meteorological expert Mike Brettle about the business of weather forecasting.