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News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

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London, United States

Networks:

BBC

Description:

News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

Language:

English


Episodes

A cereal issue

5/22/2020
Plus how will we pay for all this? What impact will the virus have on public spending? And what do we all miss most about normal life?

Duration:00:49:18

Wake Up to Money: A cereal issue

5/22/2020
Danni chats to the boss of Kellogg's.

Duration:01:00:00

"We take it down"

5/21/2020
Mark Zuckerberg, the boss of Facebook talks about how to deal with fake news and misinformation during the Covid 19 pandemic.

Duration:00:51:08

Wake Up to Money: "We take it down"

5/21/2020
Mark Zuckerberg, the boss of Facebook talks about how to deal with fake news

Duration:01:00:00

A "severe recession like no other"

5/20/2020
As a recession looms, the former Boss of Virgin Bank tells Danni the lessons she learned from the 2008 financial crisis and will a bank holiday in October help domestic tourism.

Duration:00:49:04

Wake Up to Money: A "severe recession like no other"

5/20/2020
The Chancellor warns of '"severe recession like no other"

Duration:01:00:00

Pandemic job losses: how bad could it get?

5/19/2020
Danni looks at the issue of unemployment ahead of the release of new labour market data, which will show how people's jobs have been affected due to the pandemic.

Duration:00:47:46

Wake Up to Money: Pandemic job losses: how bad could it get?

5/19/2020
Danni looks at the issue of unemployment ahead of the release of new job market data.

Duration:01:00:00

Falling through the cracks

5/18/2020
Danni talks to small businesses who are struggling to access support; she finds out more about the rise of video conferencing app, Zoom; and learns how professional football is facing a new economic reality.

Duration:00:48:58

No business for showbusiness

5/15/2020
Danni looks at the impact of the lockdown on the entertainment industry. She hears from a comedian, a nightclub boss, a festival organiser, and Abba's Bjorn Ulvaeus.

Duration:00:51:07

What will happen to our jobs?

5/14/2020
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak says a significant recession is on the way. Danni investigates whether lots of people are furloughed in zombie jobs that simply won't exist when our economy re-opens. Or - as the chancellor suggests - will things bounce back quickly? She also hears from the boss of luxury car maker Bentley which has brought just under half of its UK workforce back to the factory floor. And she meets the boss who's now running a call centre from her workers homes. Plus Wake Up To...

Duration:00:50:37

Back to Work

5/13/2020
How will the extension to the furlough scheme help businesses and will commuters feel confident in going back to work.

Duration:00:46:00

Back in business?

5/12/2020
Danni looks at the new government guidelines for companies to make their workplaces safe. The bosses of a manufacturing firm and a bus company say whether it will work for them.

Duration:00:51:50

The beginning of the end?

5/11/2020
Danni Hewson will find out what businesses make of the PM's announcement last night. Do businesses have enough information to re-open and will staff feel safe enough to return? And what does it mean for businesses and workers now the pace of change seems to be different in different parts of the UK? #wakeuptomoney

Duration:00:52:28

Rebuilding economies

5/8/2020
As the Bank of England warns of the UK's sharpest recession on record, Felicity Hannah marks VE Day by looking at the post-war economy and what we can learn from the recovery.

Duration:00:52:25

The Price of a Pandemic

5/7/2020
We look at the economy before, during, and after coronavirus ahead of the Bank of England's latest assessment, due out at 7am.

Duration:00:50:21

How long is a Furlough?

5/6/2020
Over 6 million workers are on the Government Furlough scheme as the government looks to get Britain back to work will what next for businesses.

Duration:00:51:19

Roasted and toasted

5/5/2020
Danni chats to the owners of a coffee roasting business and a wedding dress shop about their work life on lockdown, and how they plan to emerge on the other side. Will it be back to the daily grind? She also talks to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development about the government's furlough scheme, which the CIPD wants extending because they fear a cliff edge and spiralling unemployment if it's not made more flexible.

Duration:00:52:25

Getting us back to work

5/4/2020
The BBC's seen draft government proposals on how to get us all back to work. Plans include staggered shifts, cutting down on hot desking and relaxing the two metre rule in favour of other protective measures in workplaces where social distancing is not possible. Hear from the manufacturing, logistics, travel and PR sectors. Plus...is our cold storage full? #wakeuptomoney

Duration:00:51:10

Gremlins in the car finance machine

5/1/2020
A 5 Live investigation finds car payment holidays - ordered by a watchdog - are being delayed for drivers. We also take a look at how the UK can start to move out of lockdown.

Duration:00:50:20