The team from This Is Money, the award-winning section of the Mail Online, are back for their weekly catch up with Georgie. In this show they tackle the banks & building societies named and shamed for low savings rates, why axing pension tax relief would be a terrible mistake and some easy ways to save.
With Nikkei buying the FT Group from Pearson for £844 million, Japan's biggest business newspaper is set to gain far more influence. Billy Bambrough's been investigating how much power financial media corporations have and whether they should be more tightly regulated. He speaks with financial commentator Frances Coppola and IG analyst Chris Beauchamp.
Julie-Anna Needham, journalist at Dealreporter, talks to Sandra Kilhof and Chris Bailey about the latest deals in the business world, including Ladbrokes merger with Coral, Nikkei's purchase of The Financial Times and Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky takeover.
93-year-old Paula and 47-year-old Alison might seem like unlikely roomates at first, but they're part a homeshare programme which pairs people who need a small amount of help to live independently in their own home with someone who has a housing need and can provide support or companionship. So could this be the answer to help solve a housing crisis and a care crisis at the same time? Georgie investigates with Anna McEwen from Shared Lives Plus.
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.