News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe
Debenhams leaves the high street
As shops open in England Debenhams has its last Christmas sale. Sean speaks to Sir John Timpson about the future of the high street and Bitcoin hits record highs but why.
Million By 30 with Sean Farrington: Timothy Armoo, chief executive of Fanbytes
The story of how 26-year-old Timothy Armoo built a million pound marketing business.
No longer the Top Shop
Where next for the High Street after Arcadia goes bust? Sean catches up with the boss of jeweller Beaverbrooks. He also looks at the prospects of a Brexit deal in the coming weeks.
Arcadia on the ropes
Sean and Mickey look at Sir Philip Green's Arcadia retail empire which is facing collapse. Where has it gone wrong? What does the future hold? What next for staff and pensions?
1,2,3 here we don't go again
Felicity Hannah interviews business owners in Leicester, which has been was under tight restrictions the longest since was under a local lockdown for the whole of July.
There was help for jobs and some controversial cuts as the Chancellor tries to dig us out of a crisis he says has only just begun. Was there enough in Rishi Sunak's Spending Review to help the economy recover?
And how long have you had your phone? Big companies like Apple and Amazon need to do more to help customers hold onto their devices for longer and recycle them properly at the end of their lives. That's according to a committee of MPs concerned about the UK's mountain of so called e-waste.
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One of my fav
*trying to write the first comment but found many reviews from years ago and the rating is 4.5 out of 5 😯*
I love to hear about more detailed stories on how entry level designers grow!
Featured reviews on iOS in US are 3, 5, 10, 11, 13 YEARS old! The show has been completely overhauled. The hosts pictured here have been retired and/or replaced. This used to be a show that woke me up with financial news and even a business roundup from Asia. Now it’s fluffy with soft interviews of boring little start ups and touchy-feely discussions with minor players.
Awesome way to wake up to money!