Obama orders curbs on NSA data use
President Obama has announced changes to the way US spy agencies gather data, after the revelations of mass surveillance by former NSA analyst Edward Snowden. We get the reaction from privacy campaigners. Also - as debates over pay inequality rage around the world - we ask how much a minimum wage should be and whether they are effective. The BBC's Jennifer Pak reports on the Malaysian state that's moving its weekend - and we review the big business and economics themes of the week gone by.