Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent at Politico, joins Nick Peters and Chris Bailey to discuss the latest political stories, with David Cameron announcing plans to allow more refugees into the UK amidst the ongoing crisis.
Taiwanese computer company Acer has developed a desktop PC with parts that can be swapped by the user. Named the "modular" PC, Billy Bambrough has been speaking with Stuart Miles of Pocket-lint and tech analyst Jack Gold about whether it could give the PC industry a much needed boost.
Sam Vecht, director and portfolio manager at BlackRock, and Share senior analyst Ed Bowsher join Ed Mitchell in the studio to discuss investing in Frontier and Emerging Markets, and the higher-risks involved.
Morning Money: Jack Sommers discusses the refugee crisis and the Labour leadership election
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As harrowing pictures of a dead refugee filled the morning's newspapers, Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post joins Mark Johnson and Chris Bailey to answer how this crisis is dealt with. Also discussed is the Labour leadership election, which nears its conclusion.
The latest survey on the availability of external finance to the nation's small and medium sized businesses has just been released. Share Radio's Mark Johnson spoke to Shiona Davies, Director at BDRC Continental, about what the survey told us.
On our first episode of The Crowdfunders, Ed Bowsher is joined by Neil Faulkner, founder of P2P comparison site 4th Way, and City A.M. financial journalist Harriet Green lead Ed Mitchell through the world of crowdfunding and peer-to-peer financing.