A long-awaited merger between London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse appears ready to collapse - but who's responsible? Plus part-owner of Southern Rail operator Go-Ahead issue profit warning, and results from Boohoo, Greggs and Taylor Wimpey. For these and more, Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher was joined by Daniel Thomas, deputy companies editor at the Financial Times.
All eyes will be on Donald Trump as he delivers his key speech before congress tonight, around 2am London time. So what are analysts looking out for? Share Radio's Ed Bowsher spoke with Richard Perry, market analyst at Hantec Markets, for more on the day's big economic stories.
More charm and less 'cheap rhetoric' - that's what's needed in Brexit negotiations, according to former Prime Minister John Major. He's claimed the government is misleading voters with 'rosy confidence' about our post-Brexit future. For more Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by John Rentoul, chief political commentator at The Independent.
Sir Philip Green will pay £363m into the BHS pension fund in a deal announced today with the Pensions Regulator. Legal action by regulator has now ended following the settlement. For more Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher joined Andy Ivy in the studio.
On Track Record today Sue Dougan speaks to former senior buyer for B&Q and founder of Crimson Bear, Paul Johnson. Paul's career has included spells with Spicers, Carphone Warehouse and Maplin before co-founding Crimson Bear, a firm that sources high-end radiators and heating solutions for the home from across the world.
You can hear an extended version this Saturday from midday, or available as a download from the Share Radio website.
Financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook from Money Fight Club and James Walker of Resolver join Share Radio's Georgie Frost to talk about the costs of using and losing your mobile phone abroad; name which energy company is getting the Sucker Punch award this week, and talk about one of the toughest issues...who deals with your money when you are no longer able to.
Waterstones, the UK's leading bookshop chain, is under fire for going incognito at some of its newer stores.
The firm has opened three shops that do not feature its distinctive branding.
They are Southwold Books in Suffolk, The Rye Bookshop in East Sussex and Harpenden Books in Hertfordshire.
Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to branding expert Jennifer Janson, chair of 6 degrees PR agency.
Georgie Frost was joined by consumer rights expert Martyn James this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed the news that BT could be forced to cut the phone bills of millions of customers who are on landline-only contracts, by £5 a month. Plus they look into why around 183 million unused baby clothes are sitting idle after children have outgrown them. All these stories and more on The News Review.