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Why did the UK's entrepreneurial performance reach a five year high in the lead up to the EU referendum?

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Why did the UK's entrepreneurial performance reach a five year high in the lead up to the EU referendum?
The UK's entrepreneurial performance reached a five year high in the lead up to the EU referendum. According to Barclays' eighth Entrepreneurs Index, it increased by 10% since 2011, to an all time high, and is bouncing back after a decline in 2014. It's not all good news though, the index warns of a lack of new scale up businesses and that uncertainty could harm growth. To find out more, Olivia Demetriades was joined by Richard Heggie, Head of High Growth & Entrepreneurs at Barclays and began by asking how entrepreneurs fared in the run up to the Brexit vote.

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The View from The Valley: Sarah Soule, Senior Associate Dean, and The Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

The View from The Valley:  Sarah Soule, Senior Associate Dean, and The Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business
It's time for A View from the Valley - our regular update from the US on the world of entrepreneurs and business. This week Simon spoke to Sarah Soule, Senior Associate Dean, and The Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business about design thinking.

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You don't need to earn millions to feel wealthy in the UK today.

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

 You don't need to earn millions to feel wealthy in the UK today.
You don't need to earn millions to feel wealthy in the UK today. The latest research from Lloyds Bank reveals the perceptions of wealth in the UK. It found that those who claim to feel wealthy on average earn £65,810, with a household income of £86,170. However, many people who feel wealthy have significant levels of equity in their homes and own an investment property. To discuss the findings in more detail, Simon Rose was joined by Sarah Deaves, Private Banking Director at Lloyds Bank.

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The City watchdog has put forward plans for a shake-up of the £7 trillion asset management industry to ensure investors get a better deal

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

The City watchdog has put forward plans for a shake-up of the £7 trillion asset management industry to ensure investors get a better deal
The City watchdog has put forward plans for a shake-up of the £7 trillion asset management industry to ensure investors get a better deal. To remedy this situation, the Financial Conduct Authority has proposed a single fee for investors in funds in the world's second largest asset management market but has stopped short of recommending a cap on fees. The Competition and Markets Authority, which has published the interim findings of its market study, found weak price competition in some areas, a lack of transparency, potential conflicts of interest and sustained profitability among asset managers, despite a large number of companies in the space. We got a reaction on the findings, Mark Pugh, PwC's UK asset management leader.

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Gross mortgage lending in October remained steady, at an estimated £20.6bn.

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Gross mortgage lending in October remained steady, at an estimated £20.6bn.
Gross mortgage lending in October remained steady, at an estimated £20.6bn. This is according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders. The figures represent a fall of £1.2bn compared with October last year, however it closely matches September's total of £20.5bn. To discuss the figures in more detail, Simon was joined by Bernard Clarke of the CML.

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UK Retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in 14 years last month

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The Share Radio Evening Show

UK Retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in 14 years last month
UK Retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in 14 years last month. This is according to the Office for National Statistics, which found that they were boosted by the cold weather and Halloween. Volumes for the month rose 7.4% from last October. Simon spoke to Samuel Tombs at Pantheon Macroeconomics to discuss the figures in more detail.

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Ian Dunt on his book ' Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now?'

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Ian Dunt on his book ' Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now?'
Editor of http://Politics.co.uk . Political editor of The Erotic Review. Author of Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now?

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The Federation of Small Businesses policy interventions are failing and that in the last five years the rate of late payments for small businesses has risen.

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The Share Radio Travel Guide

The Federation of Small Businesses policy interventions are failing and that in the last five years the rate of late payments for small businesses has risen.
Today The Federation of Small Businesses has published a comprehensive report looking at the way small firms and the wider economy are affected by poor payment practice. The report entitled 'Time to Act: The economic impact of poor payment practice' found that policy interventions are failing and that in the last five years the rate of late payments for small businesses has risen. To find out more Simon Rose was joined by Craig Beaumont spokesperson from the FSB.

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What makes a good leader? Sue Coyne author of a book entitled 'Stop Doing Start Leading'

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The Share Radio Evening Show

 What makes a good leader? Sue Coyne author of a book entitled 'Stop Doing Start Leading'
What makes a good leader? Is it working as hard as possible at the expense of family life and health? Sue Coyne believes that it's the opposite- that the world's best leaders do LESS and not more. Sue is the author of a book entitled 'Stop Doing Start Leading' - to find out more Olivia Demetriades spoke to Sue and started by asking her what inspired her to write the book.

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2/3 of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid role, when they return to work after a career break- according to PwC

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2/3 of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid role, when they return to work after a career break- according to PwC
Two-thirds of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid roles, or work fewer hours than they prefer, when they return to work after a career break. That's according to research published by PwC, in conjunction with Women Returners and 30% Club. To find out more about this I'm now joined by Jing Teow, the author of the report and senior economist at PwC

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