The Business

The Business

Saturday 10 - 11am

The Business Saturday 1 February 2020

The Business

The Business

A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran

Brexit: The Morning After

Brexit: The Morning After

Well, it's finally happened - last night at 11pm the UK officially left the European Union after 47 years of membership, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling it a 'new dawn'. But what's the mood like this morning, now that the dust has settled? We ask Sky News Correspondent, Enda Brady and Former Conservative Party MEP Edwina Currie

The Brexit Divorce

The Brexit Divorce

Sticking with Brexit, for those on the remain side of the fence in the UK this weekend will be particularly tough. We asked Derry writer Seamas O'Reilly well known for his newspaper columns and his twitter profile 'Séamas It Ever Was' to give his thoughts on the UK leaving

Michael O'Brien and Svetlana Pironko

Michael O'Brien and Svetlana Pironko

Our next two guests have spent all of their working lives in publishing. Michael O'Brien and Svetlana Pironko have been together for over 10 years, but work in different parts of the industry. O'Brien press has published over 2000 books. Svetlana runs a not for profit publishing company. We ask them if their lives are as cerebral as it sounds

Brexit: Future Trade

Brexit: Future Trade

Kosovo, Morocco, Georgia, Switzerland. These are some of the countries with which the UK has formed 'continuity trade deals' with. High on their list of priorities is a deal with America, but what will their future trading relationship with their nearest neighbour - the EU - look like? We ask David McGee, PWC's Brexit Ireland Lead.

Insurance Fraud

Insurance Fraud

Insurance fraud is an issue we've been hearing lots about recently - but what about the companies who are going behind the scenes to investigate potentially bogus claims? Robert Nolan is Chair of the Irish Professional Private Investigators Association. We ask him how he investigates potentially false claims.

The Lonely Life of a CEO

The Lonely Life of a CEO

Last week one of our guests spoke about how isolated you can feel at the top of an organisation. It sparked a big reaction from managers an d CEOs. Our reporter Liam Geraghty has been sussing out the world of the CEO.

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Presenter: Richard Curran

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