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Nick Peters

Morning Money: Last day for New Day – Bob Satchwell of The Society of Editors discusses the newspaper’s demise

Nick Peters
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Last day for New Day – Bob Satchwell of The Society of Editors discusses the newspaper’s demise
Bob Satchwell, Executive Director at The Society of Editors, discussed the demise of The New Day newspaper, which is publishing its last edition. Bob looks at why it failed, what it said and how audiences have changed. There’s also a look at why the ‘I’ newspaper has worked, despite only coming into circulation in recent years.
Guests:

Sara Sjölin, Bob Satchwell


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Nick Peters

Morning Money: “Our results show a very significant increase in turnover” – David Massie of Wey Education

Nick Peters
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: “Our results show a very significant increase in turnover” – David Massie of Wey Education
Wey Education is an education group operating the UK's only online fee-paying secondary school, "InterHigh”. And on the day of its unaudited interim results for the six months to February 2016, the company’s Chairman, David Massie, joined Nick Peters and Louise Cooper to discuss their performance.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, David Massie


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Underlying Profit before tax down to £587m for Sainsbury’s

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Underlying Profit before tax down to £587m for Sainsbury’s
Richard Perks, Retail Analyst at Mintel, discussed Sainsbury's full year results with Sarah Lowther and Chris Bailey. The company reported a drop in profits, but did that meet market expectations? Richard offers his view as well as giving his opinion on whether the results indicate if the company should take over Argos.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Richard Perks


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: UK micro businesses write off £9bn every year due to unpaid invoices!

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: UK micro businesses write off £9bn every year due to unpaid invoices!
Ed Molyneux, CEO and co-founder of FreeAgent, discussed the research conducted by the online accounting system provider, which found that UK micro-businesses write off £9 billion every year due to unpaid invoices. So how can companies avoid this and is the treasury missing out? Ed also has some useful advice for freelancers.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Ed Molyneux


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor: CV's and Networking

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: CV's and Networking
This week Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, discusses the importance of a CV in the recruitment process with Darren Harlock, who runs a new recruitment company based on technology. The company, Covocate, ran experiment with CVs a few weeks ago and demonstrated that we may need to find an alternative to it. Nick Peters also speaks with Roger Gorman, a technologist and entrepreneur who is making significant waves in the HR technology sector with his ProFinda service- a revolution in resourcing.
Guests:

Darren Harlock, Roger Gorman, Lisa Unwin, Johanne Malin


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Linda Lewis (1)

Company Casebook: Flock

Linda Lewis (1)
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Company Casebook

Company Casebook: Flock
Linda visited the founders of Flock- Emma Sexton and Megan Thomas. Flock is a curated collaborative network, where business is done entirely collaboratively, where giving and taking is equal, and where people don't need to compete. Flock is a business in its own right, running events, actively looking for franchise opportunities, with global ambitions.
Guests:

Emma Sexton, Megan Thomas


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Linda Lewis (1)

Company Casebook: Cauli Rice

Linda Lewis (1)
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Company Casebook

Company Casebook: Cauli Rice
Linda Lewis visits the people behind Cauli Rice an innovative range of low carb, low calory rice made from cauliflower which available in supermarkets. About a year ago Gem Misa was one of the finalists slightly nervously lined up to pitch their business idea to Richard Branson in the annual Virgin competition for start-ups and new businesses. An advertising campaign was part of their prize, Cauli Rice got a lot of media attention. And not long afterwards their innovative range of low carb, low calorie rice made from cauliflower was launched in supermarkets and online. Since then, co-founders Gem Misa and her husband Jamie have raised more investment, won more prizes and are already planning various new flavours and business extras, such as a subscription service for people watching their weight who want their low carbs delivered straight to the door in a regular order. With sales soaring, they've also opened an office in Battersea, South London.
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Gem Misa


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Sue Dougan

Track Record: Garreth Wood

Sue Dougan
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Track Record

Track Record: Garreth Wood
Garreth Wood is on Track Record this week with Sue Dougan, listing his top songs and explaining how his leisure company- the Speratus Group- has become one of Scotland's leading independent operators since 2009.
Guest:

Garreth Woods


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women and Money: Moving In with a Partner

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Women & Money

Women and Money: Moving In with a Partner
An increasing number of people are choosing to live together, rather than get married or form a civil partnership. But, while it’s becoming more commonplace, the legal status of cohabiting couples remains something of a mystery to most of us. Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Mary Marvel of Advicenow and Law for Life, Paula Myers, a lawyer with Irwin Mitchell, and over the phone by Christine Webber, a writer, broadcaster and psychotherapist, to discuss the various different issues moving in with a partner can have, and how best to deal with them.
Guests:

Mary Marvel, Paula Myers, Christine Webber


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Young Money: The Rise of Interest Rates on Student Loans

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Young Money

Young Money: The Rise of Interest Rates on Student Loans
If you started university in England in September 2012 or later, you’ll come under the new tuition fees and student loan regime. That means you’re likely to have graduated with tens of thousands of pounds of debt. So how do you start to go about paying that back? Sarah Pennells is joined by our Young Money Champion, James Connington from the Telegraph’s Personal Finance Team, James Seymour from the Complete University Guide and Ani Bailey from NASMA, the National Association of Student Money Advisers, to share tips and advice on how to tackle rising interest rates on hefty student loans.
Guests:

James Connington, James Seymour, Ani Bailey


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