Declan Curry brings you lively analysis of the big business stories that are making the headlines.
Sun, 16 Jun 13
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Sitting in the big boss seat this week is Darcy Willson-Rymer from Costcutter. His thousands of member stores around the UK might be proof that local shops can still survive, but how tough is it out there? We hear how the Isle of Wight's leading stovemaker ended up making all the signs for the London Underground when we discuss family business and seizing every opportunity with John Wells of A.J Wells & Sons. And Lily Lapenna tells us how she's trying to tackle the UK's personal debt bill by getting banking skills into schools - she's the boss of MyBnk. And as the G8 gets underway we hear from Allan Bell, chief minister of the Isle of Man about sharing more tax information.
Sun, 26 May 13
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How do you start a new business and keep it growing? The Man in charge of small business lending for RBS and Nat West tells us what the banks can do to help. And our panel - Doug Richards from the Dragon's Den, Apprentice winner Ricky Martin and entrepreneurs' adviser Emma Jones â run through the alternatives that are out there. Also, how much can shows like The Apprentice or Dragonâs Den really teach you about the real business world?
Sun, 19 May 13
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In the studio with Declan are Clive Schlee, CEO at Pret A Manger, Jamie Ward, founder of payasUgym and Maggie Pagano, columnist at The Independent and Evening Standard. We look at fear in the workplace, alternative finance for businesses and challenge our reporter to create an award winning sandwich.
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