The Entrepreneur Show takes a look at interesting businesses and talks to the people behind them. Whether you already run your own business or are thinking about taking the plunge, we'll bring you everything you need to guide your business from concept to success.
Our final treat this afternoon is to join up with the Financial Times for Serious Money with Claer Barrett. Claer is Personal Finance Editor of the FT and edits tomorrows 'FT Money' part of the bumper saturday edition of the paper.
On today's show, consumer affairs editor Lee Boyce and personal finance editor Rachel Rickard Straus from the award winning This Is Money join Georgie to discuss their new tax year's resolutions, the abysmal ISA rates on offer, a widening generation gap, and those nosey neighbours peeking over the fence.
Presented in partnership with NS&I
Well it wasn't quite the fairytale succession everyone expected, as the man being groomed to become the next boss of Disney says he'll be stepping down next month. Tom Staggs had been seen as the heir apparent to replace Bob Iger, who retires in 2018, but has reportedly quit his post because he was not guaranteed the chief executive role. To discuss this, film industry expert Terry Ilott joined Nigel Cassidy and Sara Sjölin.
The leak of millions of documents from a Panamanian law firm has drawn further attention to the use and abuse of tax havens. But how would you explain tax havens to a five-year-old? Share Radio’s Fenella Fudge, with the help of a Reddit post from Dan Gliesack, tells you all about those Piggy Banks that were hidden in the cupboard.
This is the Investment Trust Show in association with Henderson Global Investors.
Each week we explore the main features, factors and developments that underpin and affect investment trusts. This week the focus is on UK equity income
Joining Ed Mitchell of Investment Perspectives in the studio today are Thomas Moore, Manager - Standard Life Equity Income Trust, Job Curtis - The City of London Investment Trust & Ed Bowsher, Share Radio’s Senior Analyst.
London has again been announced as the world's top financial centre. In the Global Financial Centres Index ratings, London just pipped New York to the number one spot. So what makes the City the best place for finance? Matt Cox spoke to Adrian Lowcock, Head of Investment at Axa Wealth.
How well do nations, islands and cities compare when it comes to its ability to conceal transactions, or the real ownership of assets? As the Panama Papers affair plays out, Nigel Cassidy spoke to Berlin-based Nicholas Shaxson who’s the author of Treasure Islands, a book about the use and abuse of tax havens, about those who are most secretive.