Once again we are joined by David Stredder, Director of ShareSoc, who brings along with him Tamzin Freeman, private investor and Partner at PIworld.co.uk. Both give their view on the best small cap investment prospects this week.
Japan's long-term Credit rating has been downgraded by S & P to A+, in response to continued poor economic performance. William Saito, special adviser to the Cabinet Office of the Government of Japan, talks us through the impacts this could have on Abenomics.
Share Radio's Billy Bambrough looks into company crisis management after the recent Alton Towers crash. Billy discusses this with Andrew Griffin, Chief Executive at Regester Larkin, and John Harrington, Deputy Editor at PR Week.
After a strong summer for low cost airlines, Joe Aldridge speaks to aviation expert, Julian Bray, and Peter Morris, Chief Economist at global aviation consultancy service Ascend, about the industry and its success.
Bircham Dyson Bell has released its latest findings on entrepreneur optimism, showing high figures of positivity. But what's behind this? Stuart Thomson, Head of Public Affairs at Bircham Dyson Bell, joins Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson to offer his views.
The Danish dairy giant Arla - whose brands include Lurpak butter - has blamed volatile market conditions and the global decline in milk prices for a drop in its first half profits. George Lee, a partner at Eclectica Asset Management, breaks down who the real culprits are, and what we can expect to see next half.