Globalisation's defenders took to the stage on day two of the Davos World Economic Forum.
US vice president, Joe Biden called for the US and Europe to fight for democracy and reject isolationism, while Chinese president Xi Jinping says the world's problems aren't the fault of global trade.
Share Radio's Steve Clarke reports live from Davos. Here he spoke to Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher.
President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, welcomed the additional clarity brought by Theresa May's Brexit speech - but other European figures weren't as positive, upset by May's threats to create a Singapore-style Britain if a good Brexit deal isn't forthcoming.
Pieter Cleppe, head of Open Europe's Brussels Office, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss the issue.
Apple has announced its plan to put up its app prices in the UK, India and Turkey. Tech expert Chris Green has been speaking with Share Radio's James Brydges and he explained how the drop in the value of the pound has impacted app prices.
Could new laws be on the cards for AI? Some have suggested the report from the European Parliament Committee of legal affairs ignores more important issues around job losses. One of those is Noel Sharkey, Professor of AI and Robots at the University of Sheffield, and also co-founder and co-director of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics. Our reporter Matt Cox caught up with him.
Today Georgie Frost looked at whether it's worth buying currency before going on your jollies and avoiding cold calls from the new launch from BT called ‘call protect’. Plus we'll have a roundup of the best deals the eagle-eyed team have come across this week.
It's no surprise that going on holiday is the top priority for many in 2017 rather than managing spending and credit. That's according to the latest statistics from Experian. Despite the blasé attitude to finance many are pessimistic about the future with a quarter believing Brexit will have a negative effect. Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to trustee of The Debt Counsellors Charitable Trust, James Jones to find out more.
This week on Track Record, Sue Dougan sat down with Paul Oberschneider, a successful entrepreneur, angel investor, author and speaker, who went from high flying Wall Street trader to rock bottom, before turning his last $400 into businesses worth over $200 million.
Georgie Frost was joined in the studio by Web Editor at MoneySuperMarket Kevin Pratt. Today on the agenda, they discussed the latest rise on apps in the Apple Store. Plus they look into EE's hefty fine. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Georgie Frost was joined by Billy Bambrough, Editor of economics and business website Verdict. Together, they took a look into some of the biggest political stories of the day, including what's on everybody's lips - Teresa May's Brexit speech.