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Georgie Frost

Bovis Homes appoints ex-boss from rivals Galliford Try

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Bovis Homes appoints ex-boss from rivals Galliford Try
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, and it's all about the housebuilders: We've heard from Bovis, Galliford Try, McCarthy & Stone and Telford. What have they said?
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

Small business owners face a retirement 'time bomb'

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Small business owners face a retirement 'time bomb'
According to a new report released by the Forum of Private Business and Clifton Asset Management small business owners are facing a retirement 'time bomb'. The report shows a bleak outlook for small business owners - particularly those aged 50+ - and their financial security. So what should small business owners and entrepreneurs be doing to secure their funds for later life?
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Adam Tavener


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Nigel Cassidy

Apprenticeship levy - Yet another tax for businesses?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Apprenticeship levy - Yet another tax for businesses?
From tomorrow, many employers will be affected by the introduction of the apprenticeship levy. For some, this is a major opportunity to up-skill the UK workforce, for others it just might be another tax on business alongside business rates bills, auto-enrolment pensions and rising minimum wage rates.
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Mike Thompson


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Nigel Cassidy

Global food commodity prices rise, leaving food retailers in fierce competition

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Global food commodity prices rise, leaving food retailers in fierce competition
According to the latest British Retail Consortium and Nielsen shop price index, global food commodity costs have risen, however intense competition between retailers is keeping the increase low at one per cent. So, what's contributing to this fierce competition between food retailers and what do the figures mean for consumers?
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Mike Watkins


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Nigel Cassidy

Senior managers fail to set right tone on business ethics

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Senior managers fail to set right tone on business ethics
According to EY's latest Fraud Survey, senior managers are failing to set the right tone on business ethics. 51 per cent of respondents to the survey still perceive that bribery and corruption is still a major issue within business. So why are senior managers failing to set the right tone?
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Jim McCurry


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Nigel Cassidy

Tesla overtakes Ford with a market value of $48bn

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Tesla overtakes Ford with a market value of $48bn
Tesla's market value has overtaken Ford's after shares in the soared more than 7%. The electric car maker has a market value of $49bn, compared with Ford's value of $46bn. James Brydges asked David Bailey, professor of industry at Aston Business School, whether the news was significant.
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David Bailey


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Simon Rose

Why hasn't Davis assessed a cliff-edge Brexit?

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Why hasn't Davis assessed a cliff-edge Brexit?
MPs have warned the Government about the risks of the UK and EU failing to reach a trading agreement during Brexit negotiations. The cross-party Committee for Exiting the European Union has urged ministers to work out how much 'no deal' would cost - but some committee members weren't willing to support the report. Hilary Benn MP chairs the Committee - he told Share Radio's Alex Clark what his report set out to achieve.

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Simon Rose

Share Politics: Storm in an eggcup

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Politics: Storm in an eggcup
It's time to talk politics. Today: the Brexit committee's chairman on why he's warned the Government of the risks of 'no deal'; why the National Trust has had to deny it's 'airburshing faith'; and should the UK follow a minimum alcohol price?

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Simon Rose

We're in climate change limbo. Corporate transparency could help

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

We're in climate change limbo. Corporate transparency could help
Global leadership on climate change is in limbo. With cuts to environmental agency coffers and curbs to the enforcement of climate regulations, President Trump has turned the US approach to climate change on its head. What lies ahead for global climate policy? And how can companies be open with their shareholders when it comes to the environment?

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Simon Rose

Book Review: How social media divides us

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Book Review: How social media divides us
Social media was meant to bring us together. Fast-forward to 2017 and we've all gotten stuck in our own bubbles. Can our politics cope? On today's Book Review: '#Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media' by Cass Sunstein.

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