Each week we're joined by an author to talk us through the ideas and background to their book. This time Sue Dougan was joined by entrepreneur Edwina Dunn to discuss her book "The Female Lead" which showcases 60 of the world's most accomplished women.
During a joint press-conference with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Donald Trump appeared to have reversed from the long-held "two state solution" for the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Yossi Mekelberg, an Associate Fellow in the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss.
Talks between Peugeot and General Motors's Vauxhall that could lead to a merger of the two
car manufacturer companies might put up to 4500 jobs at risk. Brexit also threatens General Motor's operations in Britain. David Bailey, Professor of Industry at Aston University joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss.
Greg Hands, the Minister of State for International Trade, might become the first member of government to withdraw support from Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow after his Trump's comments. This could boost the chances of James Duddridge's no-confidence motion against the Speaker. To discuss this and other political news, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by Robert Colvile, Editor of CapX.
The company behind messaging app Snapchat, Snap Inc, has brought in its valuation target at $19.5bn to $22.2bn - big numbers but still lower than the $25bn hoped for in initial documents. And shares in defence business Cobham have crashed 20% today while profits at drug company Shire have soared 60%. Richard Hunter, head of research at Wilson King Investment Management, went through this and the day's need-to-know company stories with Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
Global stocks have continued their climb, outdoing previous record highs in 2015, but the FTSE 100 has retreated in early trading. Are markets too high now? Rachel Winter, senior investment manager at stockbroker Killik & Co, joined Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher to discuss this and the day's top economic stories.
Have you ever thought about starting your own business but had no idea where to start? Sue gets tips and advice from Carl Reader, AKA The Startup Coach, and business owner David Tovey, who's the author of Principled Selling.
Could social media help support those suffering from mental illness? According to the charity Mind the problem is particularly bad in rural areas where isolation prevents many speaking about their problems and seeking help. In response, the mental health group has created its own social network called Elefriends to allow users to connect and share experiences. To explain more about the role of technology in treating mental illness Sue was joined by Aimee Gee from Mind.
Toshiba has launched a probe into potential misconduct following the fallout of their US nuclear deal.
Analysts say they vastly overpaid for Westinghouse, which they bought in 2006.
Shares have tumbled 10% after the electronics conglomerate said it would book a $6.3 billion hit.
In the UK, the company building a new nuclear plant in Cumbria has given assurances the project will go ahead, despite Toshiba owning a 60% stake.
Share radio's james Brydges spoke to Seijiro Takeshita, Professor of Management and Information, from the University of Shizuoka.
He told us this was the latest in the long line of setbacks for Toshiba
Sue Dougan was joined by financial journalist Simon Read from The Independent. Today on the agenda, they discussed how 1 in 10 parents renting in England say they worry about short tenancies. Plus they look into why people will wait for an average of six minutes in a queue before giving up in frustration. All these stories and more on The News Review.