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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 26 Feb 15

    Thu, 26 Feb 15

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    New rules on how the internet should be governed have been approved by the Federal Communications Commission in America.

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  • WBR: Are fears over EU US trade deal valid? 26 Feb 15

    Thu, 26 Feb 15

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    The US and EU are negotiating a deal which could be the biggest trade agreement in history - but who will be the winners and losers? The BBC has obtained a draft of what the EU wants excluded from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or TTIP. One such exclusion would remove publicly-funded health services like Britain's National Health Service. India's government has announced a $170bn injection of cash for its ageing railway network over the next 5 years - the BBC's Ashleigh Nghiem reports from Mumbai. Brazil's biggest energy company, Petrobras, has been engulfed in a corruption scandal involving allegations of price fixing and bribes paid to politicians. The BBC's South America Business Correspondent Daniel Gallas looks at how one of Brazil's largest and most admired companies fell from grace. And what to do when recruitment goes disastrously wrong - our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times gives her take on hiring and firing.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 25 Feb 15

    Wed, 25 Feb 15

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    US Federal Reserve head under fire from Republican lawmakers in Washington.

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  • WBR: HSBC bosses 'sorry' for tax dealings 25 Feb 15

    Wed, 25 Feb 15

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    British lawmakers have grilled HSBC bosses in the wake of tax evasion allegations. The BBC's Jonty Bloom was watching. Also higher taxes and lower spending - South Africa's government tries to bring its finances back under control. In the run up to next year's US presidential election, we discuss with economist Irwin Stelzer how big an issue rising inequality will be for the Republican party. Plus Lego's awesome adventure; profits are up, but is the Danish king of bricks falling behind in a world of digital play? We talk to the firm's chief financial officer John Goodwin. And what does the Brit Awards really do for British artists?

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 24 Feb 15

    Tue, 24 Feb 15

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    A day of new highs in the stock market

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  • WBR: Greece wins reprieve from creditors - 24 Feb 15

    Tue, 24 Feb 15

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    Greece wins a reprieve from its creditors, but will compromises the ruling Syriza party has made cause it to lose face? Also in the programme, more special coverage from Bristol, Europe's 'Green Capital' for 2015. We find out about 'Warm Up Bristol', a drive to reduce energy consumption across the city, by aiming to improve home insulation in almost every street. Can Bristolians can really be persuaded to live in a more sustainable way? And we ask Karl Falkenberg, director general of environment at the European Commission whether titles like Green Capital herald lasting change, or are really just a series of gimmicks. Plus we get the reaction from Indian business, after the US said it will start monitoring pollution in the country.

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  • WBR: Europe's Green Capital for 2015 - 23 Feb 15

    Mon, 23 Feb 15

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    This special edition of the programme examines Bristol's environmental credentials. We hear about school children who are monitoring pollution levels in the city, and have partnered with pupils in Beijing, China to collaborate on green projects. The city's mayor, George Ferguson tells us about some of the challenges involved in making a city more environmentally friendly. And Susannah Streeter takes a ride with the boss of a Bristol-based firm, Next Green Car, which aims to make it easier for electric car owners to find charging points. Also in the programme, BBC business editor Kamal Ahmed explains why profits have fallen at HSBC, and why the bank's chief executive has come under pressure over a personal bank account holding millions of dollars in Switzerland.

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  • WBR: Crunch talks on Greek crisis 20 Feb 15

    Fri, 20 Feb 15

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    EU finance ministers hold crunch talks in Brussels to find a way out of Greece's financial crisis, hoping to overcome Germany's reservations about a deal offered by Athens. Shares in the phone SIM card maker Gemalto fall, as investors react to claims that US and UK spies hacked the company's systems to get encryption keys. This Sunday Hollywood stars will be out in force for the Oscars. But as actors and directors grab the limelight, other contributors to films can get forgotten. We visit Angels, a London company that makes the costumes for lots of Hollywood movies.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 19 Feb 15

    Thu, 19 Feb 15

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    Continued worries in the Eurozone knock on to US investors - Cary Leahey at Decision Economics in New York with his analysis of the day's trading.

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  • WBR: Germany rejects Greek loan request 19 Feb 15

    Thu, 19 Feb 15

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    Germany rejects a Greek request for a six-month extension to its eurozone loan programme. The Ukrainian Finance Minister says she is optimistic about her country's future despite fighting in the East. Lenovo users are angry after adware pre-installed on Lenovo laptops and PCs popped up adverts without permission and could have compromised data. And - figurines of which 16th Century reformist are flying off the shelves?

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 18 Feb 15

    Wed, 18 Feb 15

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    How did US markets react to the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve policy meeting? Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey has tonight's market report.

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  • WBR: Swiss police raid HSBC Geneva's office 18 Feb 2015

    Wed, 18 Feb 15

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    In Geneva, Swiss prosecutors have launched an unexpected raid on the local offices of Europe's largest bank, HSBC, in response to allegations of money laundering. From Belgrade, a debate over proposed economic reform, and long-standing hopes of joining the EU. In northern Italy, why experts are meeting up to discuss the deforestation of rainforest in central Africa. Back to Greece, how the government is trying to head off a debt default, and how one businessman is responding to the crisis. And, finally, why you might want to move to the Pitcairn Islands.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 17 Feb 15

    Tue, 17 Feb 15

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    One of the world's biggest banks, HSBC, is under pressure again following the resignation of the the chief columnist of a national UK newspaper, we hear why. And Doug McIntyre from 24/7 Wall Street tells us why the markets are buzzing with excitement about a car from tech firm Apple.

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  • WBR: Libya's war-torn economy 17 Feb 2015

    Tue, 17 Feb 15

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    Four years on from the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi, every story that comes out of Libya suggests a country becoming more violent and difficult to live in. The devastation is not just human and emotional, but also economic: Libya's oil production has fallen to around 350,000 barrels a day, a fraction of the 1.6 million Libya used to pump before the NATO-backed 2011 uprising that ended Gaddafi's rule. We speak to the boss of the biggest private holding company in Libya, as well as a founder of the country's youth movement. From France, we hear why President Francois Hollande is pushing through a controversial economic reform bill, including plans to broaden trading hours and de-regulate certain sectors. From Texas, a report on the impact of low oil prices on the fracking industry. And in space, how two billionaire entrepreneurs are battling it out to bring the world a new way of accessing high-speed internet.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 16 Feb 15

    Mon, 16 Feb 15

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    Economist Frances Coppola gives us her view on the horse-trading over Greece's debt in Europe. Plus, Daniel Friebe tells us why Lance Armstrong is unlikely to give up on his career, despite being ordered to pay $10 million to a sports insurance company after he was stripped of seven Tour de France titles.

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  • WBR: Pressure mounts on Greece in EU bailout talks 16 Feb 15

    Mon, 16 Feb 15

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    In Brussels, Eurozone finance ministers are meeting again to try and thrash a deal over Greece. But the omens are not good. In Brazil, the carnival atmosphere is being threatened by severe water shortages. In Korea, we hear about allegations of espionage and tampering, with washing machines. Plus an interview with Apple founder Steve Wozniak.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 13 Feb 15

    Fri, 13 Feb 15

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    Eurozone growth figures lifted the financial markets in Europe today, but what's been happening on Wall Street? We take a look at the figures with Chris Low of FTN Financial

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  • WBR: Worries for Nigeria as currency falls to record low 13 Feb 2015

    Fri, 13 Feb 15

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    It's been a turbulent week for Africa's largest economy, with Nigeria's currency, the naira, plunging to a new record low against the US dollar. The central bank governor Godwin Emefiele has pleaded for calm - we hear how ordinary Nigerians are being affected. Also the BBC's Hugh Schofield reports from France, where the economy grew by just 0.1% in the last quarter of 2014. We look back at the week's big stories with Mark Gilbert from Bloomberg News and David Freedman from the Atlantic. And Valentine's Day is nearly here - but is the advertising surrounding the celebration of love becoming more and more cynical?

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 12 Feb 15

    Fri, 13 Feb 15

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    We discuss the meeting of EU leaders in Brussels, attended by new Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. He said that while important steps had been made at the summit, the leaders had not covered what he described as "the entire distance". We also take a look at what happened in the US markets with Cary Leahy from Decision Economics in New York.

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  • WBR: Ukraine gets $40 billion rescue from IMF 12 Feb 15

    Thu, 12 Feb 15

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    On the day a ceasefire is signed in Ukraine, the International Monetary Fund announces a 40 billion dollar rescue package for the country. We hear how the people of Greece feel about their money as tense negotiations on their country's future continue. And we investigate a serious case of 'nut rage' - and what it says about the sense of entitlement amongst South Korea's business elite.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 11 Feb 15

    Wed, 11 Feb 15

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    Fears that Greece may end up defying its lenders and leaving Europe's single currency weighed once more on the financial markets. We get the latest from Doug McIntyre at the website 24/7 Wall Street in New York.

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  • WBR: War of words over HSBC tax allegations 11 Feb 15

    Wed, 11 Feb 15

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    As the HSBC tax investigation reveals the bank helped its wealthiest customers evade tax, the UK Prime Minister is accused of being backed by 'dirty donors'. Germany remains adamant that it will not lend more money to Greece, and that Greece needs to continue with its austerity plans. Irwin Stelzer from the Hudson Institute in Washington examines the possible outcomes from the deadlock. Major technology companies are creating driverless cars, with trials being unveiled in the UK. We look at how exactly these 'autonomous' cars function. And as Brian Williams is suspended from his job anchoring the NBC Nightly News, we ask whether the age of the heavyweight respectable news anchor is past us.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 10 Feb 15

    Tue, 10 Feb 15

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    Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading, New Jersey, on the oil price drop and expected job cuts at Halliburton.

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  • WBR: Anti Corruption Party Wins Delhi Election 10 Mar 15

    Tue, 10 Feb 15

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    India's governing party - the BJP - loses its majority in Delhi to the anti-corruption party Aam Aadmi, led by Arvind Kejriwal. One student tells us why the victory will persuade people to be less cynical about Indian politics. Concerns are growing over the vulnerability of domestic workers, as many are subject to abuse. After an Indonesian maid was beaten and denied food by her employer, Amnesty International tell us these cases are all too common. Chinese food giant Bright Food are on a mission to acquire Western food brands and change the tastes of China. We ask what the motive is behind their acquisition of a major cereal brand in the UK and a pork company in the US. Even with billions of songs streamed online last year, the business is not profitable for some. American telecoms giant AT&T has pulled out of music streaming altogether - along with Sony.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 09 Feb 15

    Mon, 9 Feb 15

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    'A slow, down day' - Peter Jankovskis from Oakbrook Investments in Chicago with his views on the day's trading.

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  • WBR: HSBC in hot water, 9 Feb 25

    Mon, 9 Feb 15

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    An investigation by the International Committee of Investigative Journalists says that the global banking giant, profited from doing business with arms dealers, traffickers in blood diamonds and what it calls other international outlaws. Also, are India's new growth figures too good to be true? And we look at the benefits of the straw house.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 06 Feb 15

    Fri, 6 Feb 15

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    US employment data released today showed stronger than forecast growth. Stock markets reacted cautiously though, as Phil Orlando from Federated Investors in New York explains.

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  • WBR: Nigeria Finance Minister Interview 06 Feb 15

    Fri, 6 Feb 15

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    Interview with Nigeria's Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. She tells the BBC it's time to diversify away from oil dependency and crack down on tax cheats. Plus profile of Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. And we ask if parents should teach young children more about money.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 05 Feb 15

    Thu, 5 Feb 15

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    The co-chair of Sony Pictures, Amy Pascal has stepped down. Tatiana Siegel at the Hollywood Reporter in New York looks at the possible reasons why. US markets put in a solid performance as Cary Leahey from Decision Economics in New York explains. And our North America Technology correspondent Richard Taylor takes us through Twitter's quarterly data.

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  • WBR: Greece and Germany in crisis talks 05 Feb 15

    Thu, 5 Feb 15

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    Greek and German finance ministers met in Berlin with little progress on solving the Greek debt crisis. Ukraine makes an emergency rise in interest rates and the Japanese government proposes longer holidays for hard pressed workers.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 04 Feb 15

    Wed, 4 Feb 15

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    The man accused of starting the Silk Road website is found guilty of charges including narcotics conspiracy and money laundering. We hear from Russell Brandom, following the case for The Verge. Plus, US markets slip on oil price concerns once again - Doug McIntyre from financial website 24/7 Wall Street shares his analysis.

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  • WBR: Petrobras Boss Steps Down Amidst Corruption Scandal

    Wed, 4 Feb 15

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    A corruption scandal forces a boardroom clear out at Brazilian energy giant, Petrobras. BBC South American Business Correspondent Daniel Gallas assesses how much damage is being done to Brazil's international reputation. Also in the programme, the head of the worldwide Anglican communion, himself a former oil industry executive, has urged companies to pay their fair share of taxes. Our business editor Kamal Ahmed talks to Archbishop Justin Welby. Plus Rahul Tandon has a report about homeopathy in India, where the government ministry for alternative medicines is seeking a sixfold hike in its budget, and homeopathy is fast becoming an important part of India's growing medical industry. And as the US singer Taylor Swift tries to trademark her lyrics, we talk to singer Ben Norton, who is not impressed with Swift's move and is recording a protest song based on some of her lyrics, and get legal analysis from Jenny Afia at the law firm Schillings.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 03 Feb 15

    Tue, 3 Feb 15

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    The ratings agency Standard and Poor's is fined $1.38bn over allegations it knowingly inflated its ratings of risky mortgage bonds. We get the latest from our reporter in New York. Plus the day's market roundup from Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in New Jersey.

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  • WBR: Anti-austerity spreads across Europe 03 Feb 15

    Tue, 3 Feb 15

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    As the anti-austerity movement spreads across Europe, Spain's left-wing Podemos party hopes to repeat Syriza's success in Greece. But could there be a backlash against countries trying to renegotiate their debts? We hear from Pablo Bustinduy from Podemos and get analysis from our regular economic commentator Roger Bootle. Oil giant BP says it's scaling back exploration plans as a result of reduced oil prices. David Battersby from Redmayne Bentley offers his assessment of BP's latest set of financial results. We hear about the plight of Ivory Coast's million or so stateless people who can't get a job or open a bank account, with a report from the BBC's Tamasin Ford in the country. And, taking a bite out of a bar - why chocolate companies are shrinking their treats to make more of a profit.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 02 Feb 15

    Mon, 2 Feb 15

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    Peter Jankovskis of Oakbrook Investments in Chicago tells us why he's feeling more positive about the oil price.

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  • WBR: Greece on charm offensive in Europe 02 Feb 2015

    Mon, 2 Feb 15

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    Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis is drumming up support for debt relief. But BBC economics editor Robert Peston tells us why a failure to secure changes might have dire consequences for Greece and the rest of the eurozone. Also in the programme, Gary Hufbauer of the Peterson Institute for International Economics explains how anti-tax avoidance campaigners have a powerful new ally in the US, President Barack Obama. The Raspberry Pi gives children the chance to code and build their own computer. And as a new, faster version is unveiled, founder Eben Upton talks about the success of his modest product. Plus, strumming in to the big time: Tony Bonsignore reports on why sales of the ukulele are soaring. And our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway muses on the merits, or otherwise, of being a middle manager.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 30 Jan 15

    Fri, 30 Jan 15

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    US markets fall on lower than expected GDP figures. Jim Lebenthal of Lebenthal Asset Management in New York has today's market report.

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  • WBR: US economic growth slows sharply 30 Jan 15

    Fri, 30 Jan 15

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    Growth of the American economy slowed sharply in the fourth quarter, but Roy Williams, the President and Chief Executive of the Greater Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce, remains bullish. We also hear from Mongolia where there the country's prime minister is asking citizens to text message their opinions about a standoff with the mining giant Rio Tinto, that is holding back the country's economy. You can hear analysis from Dale Choi at Independent Mongolian Metals & Mining Research in Ulan Bator. It has been a busy week for developments in the business world. The election victory of the Greek anti-austerity party Syriza, Apple posting the biggest quarterly profits in corporate history and Mattel trying to rebrand Barbie dolls for a more superhero age, are three stories that stand out. We are joined by Diane Brady of Bloomberg Businessweek, in New York and London based Robert Cole, Assistant Editor at Reuters Breakingviews, for their thoughts on the week.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 29 Jan 15

    Thu, 29 Jan 15

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    US markets rise after some companies report higher earnings for Q4. Cary Leahy from Decision Economics in New York rounds up the day's trading.

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  • WBR: Shell Revives Arctic Drilling Plan 29 Jan 15

    Thu, 29 Jan 15

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    The oil giant Shell is pledging to continue with its controversial plan to drill in the Arctic, despite falling oil prices. Office workers in Sweden are being offered the option to have a microchip surgically inserted under their skin - BBC Technology Correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gives it a go and tells us about it. The CEO of one of the world's largest spirit makers, Diageo, says the company is suffering in key countries like China and Russia, which has contributed to an 18% slide in profits. And a Qatari business buys one of London's most iconic buildings - Canary Wharf in the city's financial district - we ask why the Qataris are so keen to increase their property portfolio in the UK capital.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 28 Jan 15

    Wed, 28 Jan 15

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    Facebook's latest status update - a sharp rise in profits. We speak to Technology investor Eileen Burbidge for her thoughts on the company's results. Plus, Doug McIntyre from 24/7 Wall St gives us his take on the US markets.

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  • WBR: Controversy over new US-Europe trade deal grows 28 Jan 15

    Wed, 28 Jan 15

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    The British Parliament has been debating the proposed TTIP trade deal. But not everyone is convinced. We host a discussion from both sides of the debate, between Jeffries Briginshaw at the lobby group British American Business in Brussels, and Nick Dearden of the anti-poverty campaigner Global Justice Now. Plus, fears that the new Greek government may default on the country's debts have led to new financial market turmoil there. Brenda Kelly at IG Markets brings us the latest. We ask whether today's teens are too cool for Facebook, as research continues to indicate a decline in 13 to 17-year-old users. Also in the programme, Hudson Institute economist Irwin Stelzer explains what a thawing of relations between Washington and Havana might mean for the US economy. And Vincent Dowd reports from Ireland, to explain why a system of postal codes is only now being delivered.

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