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Rob Young and Louise Cooper examine the latest developments on Tata Steel and BHS; as well as looking ahead to Sainsbury's results. And they'll also be looking at watchdogs are checking on broadband ads.
Ted Cruz has pulled out of the race for the US presidency after being defeated by his Republican rival, Donald Trump, in the Indiana primary. We go live to Indiana and the Cruz campaign. Also: Rabbi Joel Mosbacher tells us about the campaign for smart guns in the ongoing US gun debate. Vale and BHP Billiton face a federal lawsuit in Brazil for the 2015 Samarco mine disaster. And how the bank of Mum and Dad helps young adults in the UK to get on the property ladder. (Photo: Ted Cruz speaks as wife Heidi Cruz looks on during an election night watch party in Indiana. Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
On Tuesday Apple's stock snapped its 8-day losing streak amid the company's first-ever quarterly sales drop for the iPhone. MarketWatch reporter Jennifer Booton talks about where Apple's future may lie.
The team takes a look at earnings from The New York Times and Grubhub, two very different companies with some surprising parallels. Plus they dive into the future of Apple and if Tim Cook is to blame for the stock’s recent problems.
The oil giant BP s accused of using museums to further its political interests. Dr Chris Garrard from the Art Not Oil pressure group talks us through his report on the subject, and Sharon Healis of the Museums Association explains the code of ethics that museums operate under. Also in the programme, the pharmaceutical firm Johnson and Johnson is ordered to pay almost $55m in the US to a woman who said its talc caused her ovarian cancer. Jere Beasley from the law firm Beasley Allen in Alabama tells us more about the case. The so-called 'Bank of Mum and Dad' is now helping to finance a quarter of all property transactions in London. Elizabeth Hotson reports on the impact it is having on the housing market here. And we report from a conference in Dakar, Senegal, aimed at helping prevent the desertification of a vast swathe of Africa known as the Sahel. (Picture: Art Not Oil protesters outside the BP portrait awards 2011. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
Automakers sold more light vehicles last month than during any April in history. Edmunds.com analyst Jeremy Acevedo says that bodes well for the usually hot-selling summer season, and could set up the auto industry for another record sales year.
At $3.8 billion, Dreamworks founder and CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg called the buyout “the deal I’d always hoped would come along.” But after a major restructuring and string of box office disappointments for the animation studio, is Comcast getting its money’s worth?
The PR guy in charge of handling the non-public seats to "Hamilton"; an interview with actress Diane Guerrero about her new book "In the Country We Love: My Family Divided" explaining the impact her parent's deportation had on her childhood; and Aeropostale is the next mall chain geared toward teens to face bankruptcy.
All companies featured: Novo Nordisk AS's (NYSE:NVO), International Paper (NYSE:IP), Weyerhaeuser Company (NYSE:WY), DTE Energy Company (NYSE:DTE), Energy Systems Americas Incorporated, Geronimo Energy LLC, Heritage Sustainable Energy LLC
Engineering firm Surbana Jurong has played a huge role in developing city master-plans for over 30 different countries including its home-base in Singapore. Group CEO, Heang Fine discusses some of its successes in urbanising the city's landscape and the future of cities.
Free to Run is a nonprofit organization that uses running, physical fitness and outdoor adventure as a means of empowering and educating females in conflict-affected communities to overcome the harmful effects of gender, religious and ethnic discrimination. By creating and supporting an environment for women and girls to participate in sport and physical education, Free to Run aims to use the power of sport to change lives and communities in areas of greatest need.
Heddy Humaizi Hussain, Director Of Institutional Sales at Saturna discusses the reasons for returning foreign investor confidence to the local market, and what vulnerabilities in the Malaysian economy we should keep an eye on.
Put an end to the pain of finding event spaces or services you need for your event, as VMO puts it, Your Events. Re-Imagined. VMO is an online venue booking portal that will put an end to everything you worry about when organizing an event. We find out more about this platform with Vincent Kok, co-founder of vmo.rocks.
Professor James Chin, the Director of the Asia Institute at the University of Tasmania in Australia, is in Sarawak as an independent observer in the elections. He tells Melisa Idris what he's seeing during the campaign rounds.
There are a lot of assumptions regarding the property space that might not be true. Especially the information provided on the Internet are often layered with wrong details and the younger generation is finding it hard to understand the market. Property PriceTag is a new startup in town that’s set to increase transparency in the property world and reach out to the millennials with comprehensible bitesize information.