Daily Archives: June 15, 2011

In this edition, Cardiff Garcia talks with Peking University finance professor Michael Pettis about the limits of China’s economic model, why we shouldn’t trust the country’s growth numbers, and the state of its banking system. Pettis also shares what it’s like to run a nightclub and manage an indie record label in Beijing.

 

This week we look at the findings of the PA Consulting – Harvey Nash survey of CIOs, focusing on how businesses are sourcing their IT

In our series on big data, we hear how a company with origins in forestry is helping local governments manage the built environment

And we speak to Eugene Kaspersky, of Kaspersky Labs, about cybersecurity threats

 

Your money is in their hands – do you trust your wealth manager? Their best ever mortgage deals – but only if you are a loyal customer. And why you only have to choose a pension for a few years at a time

 

In this week’s podcast: ENRC, the FTSE100 miner implodes; Greenpeace continues its campaign to kick oil companies out of the Arctic; and, energy prices in the UK.

Presented by Sylvia Pfeifer with William MacNamara, Chris Thompson in Greenland and Adam Scorer from Consumer Focus

Produced by LJ Filotrani