September 29th, 2014
Episode 34 of 798 episodes
After dramatic protests about democracy in Hong Kong, we get an assessment from the BBC's Chief Business Correspondent Linda Yueh of what it means for the territory's economic future? As the British Conservative party holds its annual conference, the prospect of the UK leaving the European Union is on the agenda. But what would it mean for the rest of the EU? And Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times looks at online reviews of employers by their own staff. Why, she asks, are there so few of them?
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