Alan Sugar is the original East End lad made good. Leaving school in Hackney aged 16, he began selling electronic goods out of a van he bought for just £50. He later founded Amstrad in 1968 and 50 years later holds an estimated worth of 1.2 billion pounds. He was a former chair of Tottenham Hotspur and he's presented The Apprentice for 15 series.
The airplane-manufacturer Boeing is in crisis as it stumbles from one damaging headline to the next - this week, a series of internal communications were leaked to investigators and it didn't look good.
To look at the implications for Boeing we're joined by retired Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel and airport safety & security auditor Kevin Byrne.
Disney tapping into goodwill and superfandom, Indian weddings getting the squeeze and cities of the future. These are some of the stories making headlines around the world this week and Siobhan O'Connell of Business Plus magazine is here to tell us more about them.
It's a stage in life that can have a huge impact on the lives of some women. Derry and Strabane Council became the first in Northern Ireland to commit to putting in place a 'menopause policy'.
We speak to Mary McLoughlin - HR Officer with Derry City and Strabane District Council and by Dr Deirdre Lundy GP and expert in women's health.
Last year we kicked off our series about people working in your town that make it a brighter place. We featured a barber called Philip Connolly in Glasthule. Rachel got in touch with us about her pilates teacher in Ballybough in Dublin, so we sent our reporter Liam Geraghty along to meet her.