Banks, families and throwing spears
In this week's Business Weekly, France's Economy Minister Christine Lagarde warns bankers not to go back to their old ways. But the man who represents 375 of the world's major banks tells us his industry is busy cleaning up its act. Also, the billionaire Gerald Ronson tells us how he lost a fortune and rebuilt it and why family is important. And on the subject of families we look at how damaging feuds and rivalries can be to family-owned businesses. Plus, our top commentator in Kenya, Wycliffe Muga, gives his views on the arrival of cheap, fast broadband to East Africa. Will it, he wonders, make him stop feeling like throwing a spear at his computer?