Joanna Faith Editor of Your Money.com on joins Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, the UK's credit rating downgrade, supermarkets and “sharing economy"… plus much more. Consuming Issues goes out every week day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
EasyJet has announced a Brexit-inspired profits warning, which saw its shares sharply lower again on Monday, losing almost 30% over two trading days. Was Friday's Brexit vote potentially the straw that broke the budget airline's back? Aviation and Aerospace industry expert Julian Bray joined Share Radio’s Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
There have been heated discussions about what happens to British businesses with ties to Europe, in the wake of the UK’s Brexit vote. But what about the other way round? Matt Cox has been finding out the situation from the other side of the channel, by taking a look at the European manufacturers that have factories and plants based in the UK.
For weeks, we kept hearing that the dearth of mergers and deals would end once the Brexit vote uncertainty was behind us. So how does the deal making world feel now, and what happens next? Kirsty Wilson, Global Research Editor at Mergermarket, joined Share Radio Morning Money to offer an insight into the world of M&A.
Aerospace and defence companies may have to press the restart button on their strategies, as Brexit may cause nations to scale back arms buys and reduce collaboration. For more, independent defence and aerospace specialist, Howard Wheeldon, joined Nigel Cassidy and Chris Bailey.
All religions would say they welcome anyone who wants to worship. But there can be a lot of challenges, such as access to old religious buildings if you are in a wheelchair, or being able to read the small print of a bible if you are visually impaired. Marc Shoffman looks at the theological teachings behind disability with Naomi Lawson Jacobs, who is researching Disability and Christianity for a PHD. Reverend Bill Braviner and Dave Lucas, both from Disability and Jesus, and Dr Zachariah Duke, Academic Assistant to the Dean Lecturer in Theology and Biblical Studies at the Broken Bay Institute, speak to Marc ahead of Living Fully, a conference in Rome this week that looks at disability and religion.
Naomi Lawson Jacobs, Dr Zachariah Duke, Bill Braviner, Dave Lucas
On this week's Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters looks at presenteeism- people who turn up to work but are not fully engaged in their tasks- with Professor Derek Mowbray of the Management Advisory Service. Michelle McQuaid, psychologist and writer, explores the concept of grit and how it can be applied to the workplace; meanwhile Tony Nevin, Director of Employee Benefits at Mazars, discusses how the Employee Value Proposition can be used as a tool to recruit new talent in businesses. Craig Preston, Managing Director at IDG, expresses his opinions on Brexit and looks over the some of the topics that were covered on the programme this month.
Professor Derek Mowbray, Michelle McQuaid, Tony Nevin, Craig Preston
Pockit is a Digital bank alternative for low income, under served bank consumers in the UK. They've already got over 60,000 customers and are processing more than a quarter of a million transactions every month. Linda Lewis meets its founder, Virraj Jatania, who explains how the company works, how it was set up and their company values.
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