Monthly Archives: April 2010

The FT’s panel of experts Miranda Green, Charles Lewington and Matthew Taylor discuss the possibility of Labour coming in third at the polls and look beyond election day to what the next government may do first

 

Banks are under fire for not dealing with customer complaints properly – but is there anything you can do about it? Property recovery funds have failed to get investors excited – so how should you invest in the property market? And we take a look at the three main political parties views on tax.

 

The energy sector was dominated by the oil explosion and subsequent clean-up by BP in the Gulf of Mexico.
FT correspondents for energy Carola Hoyos, and environment, Fiona Harvey, join Ed Crooks to discuss the human and environmental impact the explosion has had.
Produced by LJ Filotrani

 

The FT’s panel of experts Miranda Green, Charles Lewington and Matthew Taylor discuss each party’s strategy for the final 10 days of the campaign and reconsider their bets on the election outcome

 

In last week’s show we discussed what social media can do for a business. This week we’re concerned about how secure your business is if you use it.

Stephen Pritchard meets Richard Turner, CEO of Clearswift – a company which specialises in web and email security – to talk about the risks.

Plus, is the public sector IT world up to delivering a digital government? Peter puts this question to Elizabeth Sparrow, president of BCS, the chartered institute for IT.

Next week:
The developments needed in technology to deal with the management and use of data.

Produced by LJ Filotrani

 

It was miraculous what the volcano did to conferences, meetings and business trips.

 

The FT’s panel of experts Miranda Green, Charles Lewington and Matthew Taylor discuss the second leaders’ debate, Nick Clegg’s prospects and the likelihood of a hung parliament.

 

Airlines return to the skies – but they’re flying in the face of the law when it comes to compensating passengers. Which pension policies will get your election vote? And is the feeling mutual? We ask whether savers with mutual societies should protest about executive pay.

 

Does 25 years at this paper make me a disgrace, asks Lucy Kellaway

 

Martin Wolf asks what is the right economic medicine for the UK? He argues that rebalancing the economy towards higher investment and higher net exports is a big part of the answer.