Discussions surrounding 'Privacy Shield' are ongoing - it's a new transatlantic agreement that will allow data to flow freely between the EU and US, whilst also ensuring that data is properly protected.
Companies have waited months for the deal, after its predecessor, the US Safe Harbor Agreement, was struck down by European courts in October 2015. But so far only Microsoft, CA Technologies and Workday have signed up.
Joe Aldridge looks into the new agreement by speaking with Peter Church, a Counsel and data privacy expert at law firm Linklaters.
Prime Minister Theresa May has met with senior ministers to discuss a new economic and industrial strategy. Post-meeting, we learned Britain will continue to seek investment from around the world,
In a statement, a spokesperson said the discussion "...underlined that Britain is open for business, we continue to seek investment from around the world and we will continue to be a strong advocate for free trade."
Share Radio was joined by James Frayne, director of policy issue consultancy Public First to discuss further.
We all experience the odd memory lapse from time to time, like walking in to a room and forgetting what you were after. These is pretty common for most of us, but not for memory expert Chester Santos, nicknamed the ‘international man of memory’. He talks about his new book ‘Instant Memory Training for Success: Practical Techniques for a Sharper Mind’.
Time once again for the Consuming Issues news review, with Georgie Frost and is joined by Vix Leyton, from Quidco.com. And today, they look at the days top story - the levels of home ownership in England has fallen to its lowest levels since 1986. Elsewhere, banks are already ditching the best bank savings accounts ahead of Thursday's excpected cut to the base rate. Plus, the date to apply for mis-sold PPI has been set to June next year. All this and more, on Consuming Issues, every day from 9am to Midday, right here on Share Radio.
Commercial businesses in the South East and London came under attack from fraudsters in the first half of 2016 to the tune of £84.1m, according to new research.
KPMG's Fraud Barometer shows a 585% increase in the value of prosecuted fraud against commercial businesses in the region, as prosecuted fraud against financial institutions and investors fell.
Hitesh Patel, head of forensic at KPMG explained further.
In a new report published today on the BBC White Paper the Culture, Media and Sport Committee welcomes the decision to abolish the BBC Trust and establish a unitary Board, to consolidate regulation of the BBC in Ofcom and to enhance the role of the National Audit Office in overseeing the BBC accounts.
Maurice Smith, Share Radio's correspondent in Scotland and contributor to the book "The BBC Today: Future Uncertain" discusses the challenges facing the world's oldest national broadcasting organisation.
Time once again for the Consuming Issues news review, with Georgie Frost and is joined by Deborah Hargreaves, founder of the High Pay Centre. And today, they look at the days top story - that poverty is costing UK taxpayers 78 billion pounds a year. Elsewhere, they look at Sir Philip Green who has made the news after accusing the MP Frank Field of turning a parliamentary inquiry into the collapse of BHS into a "kangaroo court". Plus, former pensions minister Ros Altmann says the triple lock for state pensions should be scrapped. All this and more, on Consuming Issues, every day from 9am to Midday, right here on Share Radio.
Stride Gaming PLC, the multi-branded online gaming operator, announced that it has conditionally agreed to acquire certain assets of Tarco Limited, the entire issued share capital of Netboost Media Limited, and the entire issued share capital of 8Ball Games Limited.
This will make Stride Gaming the fourth largest online bingo operator in the UK.
Eitan Boyd, CEO of Stride Gaming joined the Morning Money team to discuss further.
Have businesses lost their moral compass? Nick ponders this with Charles Wookey, CEO of the Blueprint for Business organisation. He also talks to Ben Chu of the Independent about executive pay levels when business is going badly, and about Instanity, a phenomenon identified by expenses management company Concur, affecting those living in the so-called On the Go Economy.
Charles Wookey, Ben Chu, Chris Baker, Jimmy Gordon