Monthly Archives: October 2011

In this week’s show: what Barclays results signify for the rest of the UK banking sector, now that investors have seen the details, how are the markets reacting to the eurozone rescue package, and how are regulators going to monitor shadow banking?

Presented by Patrick Jenkins, with Brooke Masters and Sharlene Goff. Produced by Emily Cadman.

 

When the guff germ arrives big time in China, my prediction is that they will be better at dealing with it than westerners, says Lucy Kellaway.

 

Keeping ahead of inflation – how much risk are you taking? We look at which Jisa you should take out for your child. And where £1m plus borrowers can go for a mortgage.

 

FT health correspondent Andrew Jack talks to Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, executive director of the United Nations Population Fund, about the arrival of the world’s seven billionth person

 

In this week’s show: The lacklustre interest in Lloyds branch portfolio from the private sector, what third-quarter investment bank results tell us about the health of the sector, and the options for recapitalising Europe’s banks.

Presented by Megan Murphy with Sharlene Goff. Produced by Emily Cadman.

 

How to inflation-proof your pension and inflation-beating savings accounts. Dividends are on the rise this year, but where can you find the highest yielders? And we look at tips to cut your energy costs.

 

In this week’s podcast:
We hear from Gartner’s Dave Aron on the evolving IT-business relationship, and from Klaus Nyengaard, CEO of Just Eat, on running a business that will only work if it hides the technology from its customers.
Plus, Accenture’s chief technology innovation officer, Gavin Michael on using IT to manage risk.

 

Most email messages are exceedingly stupid, and none more so than the ones that arrive from LinkedIn, says Lucy Kellaway

 

In this week’s show: prospects for a renegotiation of the private sector’s role in bailing out Greece, the bidding process for Northern Rock and what JPMorgan’s results signify for the wider investment banking sector.

Presented by Brooke Masters, with Megan Murphy and Sharlene Goff. Produced by Emily Cadman

 

All companies need someone on board who stirs things up and couldn’t care less what people think, just don’t confuse it with ego, says Lucy Kellaway.