In this episode of Inside Business, Matthew Cook gets to grips with some of the biggest corporate scandals of the past few decades. He is joined by BBC Business reporter, Howard Mustoe, to discuss Enron, the Bank of Credit Commerce International, and more.
In this week’s Mobile News, Matthew Cook explores how manufacturers approach innovation, and how this affects the consumer. Plus, where will the next big innovation be coming from?
Guests on the show this week are GfK’s Key Account Director, Imran Choudhary; Honor UK's Sales and Marketing Director, Wilkin Lee; and Francisco Jeronimo, Research Director of European Mobile Devices at the International Data Corporation.
This week Matthew Cook discusses "attitudinal segmentation" with Graystone Strategy Director James Gray, as well as his new nationwide research, which studies consumer preference concerning network operators. Matthew also catches up with Helen Freestone of Vodafone.
In this week’s episode of Inside Business, we tackle corruption issues in Australia. Economist Dr Cameron K. Murray released a book last year entitled a Game of Mates, which uncovers the endemic corruption culture in Australian business. Matthew Cook speaks with Australian-born, British-based economist Steve Keen, the author of Debunking Economics, to find out more.
In first Mobile News of the year Matthew discusses cyber security risks in 2018. He speaks with Stephanie Weagle, Vice President at Corero Network Security about how Internet of Things is developing rapidly as well as the threats that come with it. Matthew also catches up with Pangea’s Managing director Dan Cunliffe, who gave us his concerns and advice when approaching cyber security for a national business.
In this week’s episode of Mobile News, we will be rounding up all the best content from 2017. Featuring the Global Head of Research for TMT at Deloitte, Paul Lee, discussing biometric facial recognition software; Panda Security Marketing Manager, Neil Martin, talking about the recent PandaLabs report going over cyber-security trends in 2018; and Ken Parker, Compliance Director at ICT Reverse, who gives us an introduction to GDPR and its interrelated aspect with MiFID II.
In this week’s episode of Inside Business, we will be rounding up all the best content from 2017. Featuring Lord Peter Hain of Neath who took HSBC accusations to the House of Lords; BBC World Service reporter Howard Mustoe; and Steve Keen, Professor of Economics at Kingston University and author of Debunking Economics.
Lord Peter Hain of Neath, Howard Mustoe, Steve Keen
In this week’s episode of Mobile News, Matthew Cook speaks with the Head of Policy and Communications at Mobile UK, Gareth Elliott, about the trade body’s collaboration with West of England Combined Authority (WECA) to extend and enhance mobile coverage in the west of England. Matthew also catches up with the Director of Graystone Strategy, James Gray, to discuss his new nationwide research into consumer preferences concerning network operators.
This week on Mobile News, Matthew Cook discusses how 5G will affect the mobile landscape for good or ill, and what possible legal battles could surface as networks come to an understanding. Matthew speaks with Simon Rockman, founder of Fuss Free Phones and member of the editorial team at Cambridge Wireless, which is the leading international community for ambitious technology organisations. Matthew will also be speaking with GFK Director of Technology, Imran Choudhary, to give us an idea of the potential of 5G.
In this week's show Matthew Cook discusses fraud and cyber security. He spikes with Panda security marketing manager Neil Martin about the panda labs report revealing its predictions for cyber-security trends in 2018. He also interviews BICS head of fraud operations and services, Katia González, and BICs vice president of mobile data business, Mikaël Schachne. BICS is a leading international communications enabler and we discuss their recent BICS report concerning fraud.