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Jobs: furloughs and highs

By BBC Radio 5 live
As furloughing ends will unemployment spike? We also check in with a spa that's reopening, and find out how retailers have fared in recent weeks.

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  • July 13th 2020 at 05:34

Spas and (nail) bars

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni looks at the latest easing of lockdown, affecting pools, gyms and beauty salons, as thousands of shop jobs are cut. Plus, what will the end of quarantine mean for airports?

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  • July 10th 2020 at 05:39

Jobs and meal deals

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni Hewson talks to the boss of Thai restaurant chain Rosa's Thai, construction boss Eleanor Deeley and economist Jonathan Portes about yesterday's summer statement. Will it be enough to avoid sweeping job losses? She'll also get reaction from self-employed beautician Anna and from Mark who's on furlough and fears for his job. Get involved in the conversation: #wakeuptomoney

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  • July 9th 2020 at 06:41

Making a Statement

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni talks to the bosses of the construction firm Mace and Swansea based Boss Brewing. She hears from Kitty Ussher who's now Chief Economic Advisor at the think tank Demos but was Banking Minister during the financial crisis and asks her how this moment compares. #wakeuptomoney

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  • July 8th 2020 at 05:39

Should Fast Fashion slow down

By BBC Radio 5 live
Why is China making the Government have a rethink, another female boss joins a FTSE 100 company and fast fashion and its impact on sustainability.

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  • July 7th 2020 at 05:49

Beer, barnets and budgets

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni talks to the boss of Hawthorne Leisure which runs more than 700 UK pubs about how the weekend has gone. Hairdresser Nikki describes how she re-opened he salon at 5:30 on Saturday morning. Plus new research looks into which areas around the country have been hit hardest by the economic impact of the virus. And the boss of the online stock broker Interactive Investor talks ethics, rivalry and how investment habits have changed in lockdown. #wakeuptomoney

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  • July 6th 2020 at 05:39

Super Saturday

By BBC Radio 5 live
Felicty Hannah talks to the bosses of cinemas, pubs, hotels and holiday parks as they get ready to welcome customers back through their doors.

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  • July 3rd 2020 at 05:50

12,000 and counting

By BBC Radio 5 live
Almost 12,000 people in the UK are set to lose their jobs after a raft of firms announced cuts in just 48 hours. Danni speaks to a panel of labour market experts and business leaders, and asks how many more losses are to come?

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  • July 2nd 2020 at 05:36

In Plane Sight

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni discusses aviation's crisis during the pandemic, as Airbus announces plans to cut 15 thousand jobs. She also speaks to the founder of the Lonely Planet travel guides.

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  • July 1st 2020 at 06:49

Local Lockdown

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni discusses plans to kick-start the economy through investment in big building projects, finds out how pubs are planning to reopen, and looks at the future of the furlough scheme.

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  • June 30th 2020 at 05:43

Air bridge over troubled water

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni finds out about air bridges, corridors, and plans to thrash out a new fisheries deal.

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  • June 29th 2020 at 05:43

Intu the unknown

By BBC Radio 5 live
The fate of Trafford Centre's owner is in doubt, Danni takes a look at why. And covid-19 has been a catalyst for some start-ups but means changes for flying, what's the 'new normal'?

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  • June 26th 2020 at 05:34

Everydaycation

By BBC Radio 5 live
As consumers stay at home and buy hot tubs, the travel industry continues to go through big changes as Qantas announces that 20% of its staff will go.

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  • June 25th 2020 at 05:29

The bar and the Bard

By BBC Radio 5 live
From pubs in Manchester, to theatres in Shakespeare's Stratford - what does the easing of lockdown rules mean for businesses in England?

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  • June 24th 2020 at 05:25

The businesses calling time on the two-metre rule

By BBC Radio 5 live
Restaurants and pubs may be able to open from 4th of July, but they’ll have to adhere to strict social distancing measures. It currently stands at two metres, but there’s a lot of pressure on the government to reduce this to one metre, so that businesses can cater to more people and reboot an industry that’s been badly hit by the coronavirus.

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  • June 23rd 2020 at 05:33

2m or not 2 metres

By BBC Radio 5 live
The government is to announce tomorrow what businesses can reopen, a decision is also expected on social distancing. Many businesses, particularly in the hospitality industry, have been pushing for it to be reduced to 1m. Danni considers the plight of those who've missed out on government support. Also, what can commercial tenants do about mounting debt as rent payment looms? And, are people with disabilities excluded from business?

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  • June 22nd 2020 at 05:34

Revisiting retail

By BBC Radio 5 live
We look at how shops fared after opening this week and why there's been a spike in bike sales. Felicity also examines the Bank of England's Β£1bn boost to the economy.

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  • June 19th 2020 at 05:31

Furlough Fraud

By BBC Radio 5 live
Exclusive figures for 5live Business, HMRC has told us that they have received more than 3,000 reports of furlough fraud since April.

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  • June 18th 2020 at 07:52

The fight for free school meals

By BBC Radio 5 live
News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

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  • June 17th 2020 at 05:45

Jobs fears

By BBC Radio 5 live
Danni investigates whether the two-metre rule should be scrapped and looks at how well yesterday went for the thousands of shops which re-opened in England for the first time.

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  • June 16th 2020 at 05:42
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