Declan Curry brings you lively analysis of the big business stories that are making the headlines.
Sun, 8 Dec 13
26 days remaining
This week one of the bosses who turned around Britain's car industry, John Neill, chief executive of Unipart, tells us he can do the same for the NHS. Plus the former soap star who gave up his TV career to build a restaurant empire, Tim Bacon, tells us how he got his family to do the dirty work. And Emma Jones of Enterprise Nation explains why we should be supporting the high street.
Sun, 1 Dec 13
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Dominic Laurie sits in for Declan this week and hears from Mark Elborne, chief executive of General Electric in the UK and Ireland. Stephen Fear, founder of the Fear Group and entrepreneur in residence at the British Library, tells us about starting his first business from a phone box. And Margareta Pagano, from the Independent on Sunday, helps us look ahead to the government's Autumn Statement. Plus we have the latest on energy bills.
Sun, 24 Nov 13
12 days remaining
Dominic Laurie talks to Richard Solomons, chief executive of the world's biggest hotels group, IHG, about the company's expansion plans in China. Entrepreneur and former Olympic-hopeful rower Kate Giles describes how a bout of pneumonia led to the launch of her own sports clothing company. And Geoff Ho of the Sunday Express reflects on the latest setback for Royal Bank of Scotland. Plus we look at the latest on Iran's nuclear programme and hear from Lawrence Tomlinson, the author of a report into RBS' treatment of businesses.
Sun, 17 Nov 13
5 days remaining
This week the man who runs Weetabix tell us where the innovation is in cereal and how he is persuading the Chinese to eat a very English breakfast. Dan Mountain the founder of buyagift.com explains why he sold the business at the height of the recession and ended up staying on under the new ownership. And Lee Hopley chief economist at the EEF tells us what's on her early wish list for the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
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