Will TTIP Negotiations Succeed?
As President Obama makes an official visit to London, there are concerns that the trade deal between the US and EU could be in deep trouble. The proposed deal, which is still being negotiated, is being criticised by leading politicians both in America and in Europe. So is it on the rocks? Jeffrey Schott, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, gives his view.
The co-founder of tech giant Apple, Steve Wozniak, left the firm in 1985. He tells the BBC why he thinks businesses including Apple should pay fairer tax.
An Australian dairy firm has big plans to change the way the world drinks milk. The company says it's the A1 protein contained in conventional milk that's behind many milk-related digestion issues. Their product is A1-free, and they've funded a study of it in China to prove their point. But not everyone is convinced as the BBC's Vivienne Nunis reports.
Josie Cox, City Reporter for the Wall St Journal, and Mamta Badkar of the Financial Times in New York, discuss the week's business news, including VW's deal with US authorities over the emissions scandal and the plans in Canada to legalise marijuana.
Finally, we ask how can the advertising industry deal with ad-blocking software that stops us seeing what they do? Helen McCrae, head of the agency Mindshare, gives her view and privacy campaigner Alexander Hanff explains his complaint about the way companies are banning people with ad blocking software.
Presenter Roger Hearing is joined throughout the programme by Rohan Workman, Director of the Melbourne Accelerator Program at the University of Melbourne.
(Photo: British Prime Minister David Cameron greets US President Barack Obama at Downing Street on April 22, 2016 in London. Credit: Getty Images)