In this week’s pod: IT teams preparing to service the World Cup in South Africa. Peter talks to Dilbagh Gill from Mahindra Satyam, the official IT provider for the event, about the management system needed to underpin such a large-scale event.
Also, WIFI and the most recent developments. Digital Business contributor Stephen Pritchard, talks to Selina Lo from Ruckus Wireless about the developments in wireless networks.
In this week’s pod: update on the BP clear up, the price of oil and the controversial document the European Commission is putting out on how the EU could move from emissions cuts of 20pc by 2020 to 30pc.
We hear from Tony Hayward, CEO of BP and Mary Landrieu, US Senator for Louisiana.
Presented by Ed Crooks. Guests in the studio: FT correspondents Javier Blas and Fiona Harvey
Today’s global economy is more complex than Aesop could have imagined. What would be the moral of a contemporary version of his famous story where the “ants” are Germans, Chinese and Japanese, while the “grasshoppers” are American, British, Greek, Irish and Spanish, asks Martin Wolf
The FT banking and regulation team discuss the possibility of a European-wide ban on speculative sovereign-debt trading and the key points of the bill on financial reform passed by the US Senate last week. Will the newly-formed UK coalition government follow suit? With Megan Murphy, Sharlene Goff and Brooke Masters
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