Foreign governments, such as Russia and China, may have been responsible for the collapse of a voter registration website in the run-up to the EU referendum, that's according to the House of Commons public administration and constitutional affairs committee.
To find out more, Ed spoke to John Ashmore, Chief reporter at Politics Home.
Tesco's results today were mixed with same store sales rising 0.9% even though pre-tax profits fell 39% due to exceptional costs arising from the accounting scandal in 2014. For more on these results Ed spoke with Ben Kumar of 7 Investment Management.
US Airline United are at the centre of a social media storm after a video emerged of them dragging a man from a flight and apparently injuring him in the process.
The internet was quick to vent vitriol at the company on Twitter, Facebook, and elsewhere. So what kind of damage do these social media reactions cause companies? And can they control the fire of internet user anger?
Matt Cox asked Dan Appleby, Head of Client Services at social media marketing agency Drummond Central, and the North East city head of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, to find out more.
Moneywise product researcher Adam Williams and web manager Gary Adams join Juliette in the studio. They look at how to keep down the rising costs of train travel and the best methods of budgeting to get your finances in order.
UK high streets are expected to be busy this Easter weekend, with forecasters predicting an increase in the number of people going out to spend money on food and drink. Figures from retail analyst Springboard predict an 8.8% increase in footfall, a reversal of last year's decline.
To find out what's driving consumer spending Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to Diane Wehrle, marketing and insights director at Springboard.
This week on the Entrepreneur Show Juliette Foster meets Paul Lindley - founder of the children’s food brand "Ella’s Kitchen", named after his daughter, and the toddler toiletries brand "Paddy’s Bathroom", named after his son.
This week Juliette is joined by personal finance writer Sam McFaul. They look at cuts to the Power of Attorney fee and income boosting apps, and have a roundup of the best deals the eagle-eyed team have come across this week.
This new tax year will see the Isa allowance rise to £20,000 a year. But for many people the savings products often prove too confusing. Worrying numbers also aren't aware of the allowance increase and how best to use it. Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to the founder of SavvyWoman.co.uk, Sarah Pennells.
Today on the agenda, Juliette Foster and personal finance expert Martyn James discussed British shoppers bearing the brunt of rising prices as supermarkets quietly pass on Brexit-related costs to consumers. Plus they look into HSBC says it's planning to become a more "dementia-friendly" bank. All these stories and more on The News Review.