May 5th, 2017
Episode 1029 of 1091 episodes
Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of US bank Goldman Sachs, discusses London's future after Brexit. We get analysis from Professor Tony Travers who is an expert on the city at the London School of Economics. Also in the programme, as French voters prepare to go to the polls to elect a president this Sunday, Professor Tomasz Michalski from the HEC Business School considers the candidates' stance on Europe. The Indian government has said it will start banning unruly passengers from flying. The BBC's Sameer Hashmi explains the background to the new 'no fly list'. Some companies are encouraging employees to bring their pets to work. The BBC's Susannah Streeter has been finding out about the pitfalls. Plus we bring together Nina Trentmann of the Wall Street Journal and Anna Nicolaou of the Financial Times to discuss the rest of the week's big business stories. (Picture: Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive, Goldman Sachs. Picture credit: BBC.)
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