You may be delighted to find out you're pregnant, but how do you break the news to your boss? And how do you juggle work and pregnancy? And what are your rights? Georgie tackles a whole host of questions with Abigail Wood from the National Childbirth Trust.
Non-financial companies across Europe, the Middle East and Africa currently have around $940 billion of debt maturing between 2016 and 2019 compared with $1.17 trillion, according to the latest report from Moody's, who conclude that there's no near term funding pressures for companies in the region. Richard Morawetz, Vice President & Senior Credit Officer at Moody's, discusses this with Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson.
Jack Sommers of The Huffington Post talks to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson about the latest political stories, including the battle for the Labour leadership and allegations of child abuse within Westminster in the 80's.
Ashish Misra, Head of Investment Strategy at Lloyds Bank Private Banking, gives an insight into investment strategy and gives his thoughts on interest rates, the strength of the pound and emerging markets
Billy Bambrough speaks to Simon Hart, Banking Litigation Partner at law firm RPC, and financial writer Ron Finberg about the new encrypted messaging tool, called Symphony, which is set to enter the world of financial trading. But in light of the Forex and Libor scandals, what impact will this have on regulators?
Charles Forrester, Senior Research Analyst for IHS Jane's Defence Industry, talks to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson about Lockheed Martin's $9 billion takeover of Black hawk helicopter maker, Sikorsky.