The Business Podcast
How to make it in the music industry - podcast03/09/15
Traditional lenders often shy away from the creative industries – what can startup bands and independent musicians do to get on the road to financial success?Peter SaleRuth Barnes
The Business podcast: Fred Goodwin's knighthood shredded
It's bash-a-banker time. As the former RBS boss Fred Goodwin loses his knighthood, his successor at the bank has handed back his bonus. Nils Pratley and Jill Treanor discussKatie AllenJill TreanorNils PratleyPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Christmas economics and a review of...
Economist Joel Waldfogel explains why you shouldn't buy Christmas presents plus Larry Elliott and Simon Goodley round up a turbulent year in business and economicsKatie AllenLarry ElliottPhil MaynardSimon Goodley
The Business podcast: US steps back from brink of debt...
A deal in Washington to raise the borrowing limit of the United States government has averted a major crisis, but has the damage to American credibility already been done? Nils Pratley, Peter Beaumont and Richard Adams discussAditya ChakraborttyNils...
The Business podcast: Economies in crisis
Britain's economy is struggling, the eurozone is lurching from one crisis to the next and the US is threatened with a credit rating downgrade. Julian Glover, Larry Elliott and Nick Pearce discuss how policymakers should reactTom ClarkPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: US government flirts with default
The US government is running out of time to agree an extension to its borrowing limit. But has the damage to the country's credit rating already been done? Larry Elliott, Richard Adams and Dean Baker discussAditya ChakraborttyDean BakerLarry...
The Business podcast: Greece's debt crisis and the euro
The Greek debt crisis could turn into a European banking crisis, according to some economists. But is there any solution to the conundrum that protects living standards and pacifies the markets? With Martin Kettle, Phillip Inman, Aris Chatzistefanou...
The Business podcast: Retail in retreat as high street...
As many household names in retail go out of business, we look at the future of the UK high street. Plus economist Ahmed Rahman on his quest for a 'unified growth theory'Aditya ChakraborttyPhillip InmanZoe WoodPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Greece and the effectiveness of...
The Greek debt crisis worsens as ratings agencies threaten further downgrades. Plus Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo discuss their new book Poor EconomicsAditya ChakraborttyJill TreanorPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Is it time to curb high pay?
Is British society fair? And if it's not - is it time to get angry? We take a look at the pay gap as inflation leaves those at the bottom struggling. And the film industry takes on the financial crisisAditya ChakraborttyLarry ElliottJill Treanor
The Business podcast: Corruption and wealth in the new...
What do India's writers think about its role as a new superpower? Aditya Chakrabortty speaks to Arundhati Roy and Siddhartha DebAditya ChakraborttyHarriet GrantRandeep Ramesh
The Business podcast: Interns and internships
Can we increase social mobility by reforming internships, or should they simply be abolished? Aditya Chakrabortty is joined by Ross Perlin, author of Intern NationAditya ChakraborttyIain ChambersRoss PerlinHeather Stewart
The Business podcast: Dotcom boom or new media bubble?
Social networking companies are becoming hot property. But does their high valuation indicate a new dotcom bubble? Plus: we examine the candidates vying to become the new head of the IMF; and a new hip-hop track charting the battle between Hayek and...
The Business podcast: The IMF, Japan and Google
Dominique Strauss-Kahn's arrest and the future of the IMF; Japan's economic recovery; and Google's chief economist Hal Varian on how the spread of information can prevent banking crisesHeather StewartLarry ElliottAditya ChakraborttyPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: PPI scandal and Greece's debt crisis
Our expert panel discusses the mis-selling of payment protection insurance to millions of customers and the debt crisis facing Greece and threatening the euroAditya ChakraborttyRupert JonesJill TreanorHelena SmithPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Are supermarkets too powerful?
Phillip Blond, Shiv Malik, Nils Pratley and Andrew Simms discuss the growing power of supermarkets; the windfall tax on energy companies in the North sea; and Portugal's bailoutAditya ChakraborttyNils PratleyShiv MalikPhillip BlondAndrew SimmsPhil...
The Business podcast: Does income inequality matter?
The richest in society are pulling ever further from the rest in terms of income, but is the gap important? If so what can be done about it. Danny Dorling, Peter Saunders, Polly Toynbee and Max Wind-Cowie discuss the economics of inequalityAditya...
The Business podcast: Retail, charities and US debt
High street shops are hoping for an Easter bounce but conditions are the worst for over a decade; the US has been warned its debt rating may be downgraded; plus we investigate a 'perfect storm' in the charity sectorHeather StewartPhil MaynardNils...
The Business podcast: What Sir John Vickers missed - how...
The panel discuss what should have been included in Sir John Vickers' Independent Commission for Banking reportAditya ChakraborttyTony GreenhamHeather StewartJesse NormanPhil MaynardJill Treanor
The Business podcast: Portugal, Ireland and the future of...
We discuss the prospects of Portugal seeking rescue funds from the IMF and EU, and ask whether the US dollar can remain the world's top reserve currencyAditya ChakraborttyJoana Gorjo HenriquesBarry EichengreenLarry ElliottPhil Maynard
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