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News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe
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London, United States

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BBC

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News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

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English


Episodes

Small business on the big vote

12/5/2019
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Sean travels to Croydon to discuss the election with small business owners, and to find out what changes will help their ventures.

Duration:00:36:14

Google's founders step down

12/4/2019
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Sergey Brin and Larry Page founded Google in a garage in 1998. They've handed over day to day control of the sprawling Alphabet empire. Also we look at Christmas shopping habits, diversity on boards and how adverts can rush you into rash decisions.

Duration:00:35:09

Tariffs, TV and Care

12/3/2019
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Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper discuss US trade wars. They also take a look at election pledges on family care and, as Amazon starts showing sport, they delve into streaming.

Duration:00:32:45

Labour's plan for business

12/3/2019
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John McDonell, the man who wants to take over in the Treasury, tells Wake Up To Money whether he'd bail out British firms, the energy price cap and Labour's plan for business rates. Sean Farrington finds out how businesses in London Bridge are dealing with a second terror attack in just over two years and we look at the growing pressure on investors to go green.

Duration:00:33:08

03/01/2020

12/3/2019
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News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

Duration:00:31:36

02/01/2020

12/2/2019
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News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

Duration:00:33:00

Who's offering the best deal?

11/29/2019
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Why has an independent think tank described both the Conservative and Labour's spending plans as "not credible"? Plus Black Friday's dark downside and the end of Help to Buy Isas.

Duration:00:31:40

What's driving your vote?

11/28/2019
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83% of the travel we do is by car. So what are the various parties offering drivers and is it enough? Wake Up To Money goes back on the road to investigate.

Duration:00:41:45

Uber's latest rival, and De La Rue's survival

11/27/2019
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Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark discuss Uber's new London rival, Black Friday and problems at money printer De La Rue.

Duration:00:25:59

Viagogo stumps up for StubHub

11/26/2019
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Viagogo stumps up $4bn for rival secondary ticket site Stubhub. Will TFL's Uber ban actually change anything? And Sean & Louise look into the parties' election promises on housing

Duration:00:34:21

Fights, fact checking and the future of Uber

11/25/2019
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Sean and Louise look at NHS election claims, the future of Uber in London and what the inventor of the web, Tim Berners-Lee, makes of the Conservatives' twitter re-brand last week.

Duration:00:28:19

The homeless entrepreneur

11/22/2019
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Sean and Mickey hear from a businessman who got started while sleeping rough, and dissect the Duke of York's finances.

Duration:00:37:42

Manifestos and morals

11/21/2019
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Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark discuss a Tory pledge on National Insurance. They also take a look at how moral the UK is and Prince Andrew's latest problems.

Duration:00:32:48

Who gets your vote?

11/20/2019
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Danni Hewson and Mickey Clark discuss the leaders' debate. They also delve into fallout from IT chaos at TSB last year and catch up with Aston Martin's boss.

Duration:00:35:02

Backing a winner?

11/19/2019
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Danni Hewson and Louise Cooper discuss the reaction to the CBI conference and upcoming leader debates with an airport boss. They also take a look at gaming and the National Lottery

Duration:00:38:56

Getting down to business

11/18/2019
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Danni Hewson and Louise Cooper ask how politicians could woo business at the CBI's conference. They also catch up with a flood-hit business and ask why Newsround could be cut back.

Duration:00:37:53

Big plans for broadband

11/15/2019
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Sean and Mickey look at Labour's plan to nationalise part of BT and offer free broadband. Also, what are the parties offering workers in this election?

Duration:00:31:27

Great Leap Forward?

11/14/2019
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Danni Hewson and Mickey Clark discuss modular housing, inflation and how songwriter Billy Bragg is trying to cut down on plastic use.

Duration:00:34:44

After the floods

11/13/2019
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Sean and Mickey discuss the impact of the UK floods and the pros and cons of working in shared office space.

Duration:00:34:19

Flood of claims

11/12/2019
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Sean and Louise look at how weather is impacting on insurance. Also why does a Chinese company want to buy British steel and accessibility issues on retail websites.

Duration:00:36:20