Google Staff Attack 'China Search Engine'
Google faces a staff revolt over plans to launch a "censored search engine" in China. Also, cricketer turned politician Imran Khan faces tough economic challenges in Pakistan.
Google faces a staff revolt over plans to launch a "censored search engine" in China. Stephanie Hare is an independent technology commentator, and assesses the likely impact of the employees' move. Also in the programme, cricketer turned politician Imran Khan is set to be sworn in as Pakistan's prime minister on Saturday. We find out about the economic challenges he's likely to face from Kharram Hussain, business editor of Dawn, Pakistan's oldest English language newspaper. We hear about a New York Times interview with entrepreneur Elon Musk, in which the boss of Tesla describes the last year as "the most difficult and painful" of his career. Our reporter takes a look plans to go upmarket from fast-food restaurant McDonald's. Plus we look back at the rest of the week's big business stories with Justin Fox of Bloomberg, and Nina Trentmann of the Wall Street Journal