February 26th, 2015
Episode 170 of 800 episodes
How will markets and the economy weather rising interest rates and the end of quantitative easing? We speak to Randall Kroszner, former member of the Federal Reserve board. Also, the BBC's Kim Gittleson travels to the southern US city of Chattanooga in Tennessee, where traditional organised labour is making a surprise comeback at a Volkswagen plant. Plus, Jeremy Wagstaff, Thomson Reuters' chief technology correspondent for Asia, explains how cybersecurity is getting ever more complex and lucrative.
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