Southern Rail is in turmoil and the network is to endure another week of chaos as conductors begin a five-day strike over driver-only trains. So what is going on at the British railway company? Joe Aldridge has been looking into Southern's struggles.
JP Morgan Chase has announced a new dress code for staff, which allows staff to wear more casual approved items like dresses, casual trousers or dress sandals. But what are the reasons behind this? Matt Cox has been hearing from Kim Stephenson, an Occupational Psychologist specialising in business psychology.
Shareholders have been turning on the bosses of some of the FTSE’s biggest names in anger over fat cat pay. In one of the most significant results of the shareholder spring revolt so far, engineering firm Weir Group lost a plan to bring in a lucrative share deal for its top executives. Financial journalist Cherry Reynard discusses the recent revolts.
How well do nations, islands and cities compare when it comes to its ability to conceal transactions, or the real ownership of assets? As the Panama Papers affair plays out, Nigel Cassidy spoke to Berlin-based Nicholas Shaxson who’s the author of Treasure Islands, a book about the use and abuse of tax havens, about those who are most secretive.
Billy Bambrough speaks to Jonathon Hogg, Head of People and Talent at PA Consulting Group, and Paul Winter, CEO at management consultancy firm Concerto, about managerial practices and how it can impact on a company's bottom line, after Amazon were accused of employee cruelty.
Jonathan Davis is a wealth manager and Daniel Jakubowski is Vice President of Portfolio Management and Structuring at Assenagon. They speak to Billy Bambrough about holding cash, after it was revealed that Fund managers globally hold more cash now than they did six months ago.
Billy Bambrough, Jonathan Davis, Daniel Jakubowski