On today's Wrap: Santander has reported quarterly profits 1 per cent lower at 525 million pounds; shares in Twitter have risen by 12 per cent after it posted better than expected first-quarter results; online fashion retailer boohoo.com has seen pre-tax profits almost double.
On Company Casebook this week we're listening in to the top secret world of secure communications and encryption - visiting Becrypt who provide secure IT solutions for just about every government department, the police and various local authorities. We'll be meeting the CEO Bernard Parsons and his team, and finding out about the hoops companies have to go through to be an approved government supplier.
Simon is joined by regular FT columnist and renowned investor John Lee, author of the book 'How to Make a Million Slowly: My Guiding Principles from a Lifetime of Successful Investing' - they discuss on what the UK snap election will mean for investors.
Today saw the last Prime Ministers' Questions before the end of the current Parliament. Earlier, Labour announced big plans for changes to the NHS, and opposition leader Corbyn and PM May took the battle to this final debate before the General Election. For more, Robyn Dwyer discussed the big political news of the day with John Ashmore, Chief Reporter at Politics Home.
The FTSE 100 opened lower today, in part due to miner Fresnillo suffering earlier in the day, then later Engineer GKN pushed down the index, warning it might not be able to sustain its current growth. For more of the day's big company news, Robyn Dwyer was joined by Chris Bailey, founder of FinancialOrbit.com
The "Macron rally" that marked the start of this week and bolstered European markets seems to have steadied and cooled, with even the FTSE opening lower. To discuss this and more macro news, Robyn Dwyer spoke to Ben Kumar from 7 Investment Managment.
Entrepreneur duo Owen Hunnam and Charlie de Rusett explain Idea Drop.
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We all use software for sending emails, for writing documents and for making spreadsheets - but what about software that allows you to share ideas with your colleagues - on the go and whenever they strike you? That's what Idea Drop does. The product comes from entrepreneur duo Owen Hunnam and Charlie de Rusett who have just secured one million pounds worth of investment. They joined reporter Sara Macham to explain more.