From trouble for travel companies to opportunities for others, we take a look at the impact the coronavirus has had here and internationally.
We're joined by consumer journalist Siobhán Maguire and Conor McMahon of the Sunday Times
Chuck Feeney spent years building up a multi billion dollar fortune. A fortune that he has spent the last 35 years giving away. Through Atlantic Philanthropies Feeney gave almost 9 billion to various causes.
Later this year the company's accounts are set to hit zero.
We speak to the man who manages the money, Christopher Oechsli.
Sticking on minding your money and frugality, Chuck Feeney is well known for his threadbare suits and worn clothes. Which brings us neatly to a character who Rachel got in touch to tell us about. She suggested our dapper reporter Liam Geraghty pay a visit to tailor Henry Dixon as part of our local characters series. Here's how he measures up.
Should you have the option of working from home? Can an employer ask you not to take holidays in a particular place and what about the NHS asking staff to shave their beards? We ask Joyce Rigby-Jones, Joint Managing Director of Voltedge HR Consultancy and Julie Galbraith, Partner and Employment Law specialist at Eversheds Sutherland
Earlier we heard from Chris Oechsli about Chuck Feeney's extraordinary generosity and frugality. So where is the difference between being tight and being frugal? Eoin Sweeney has been looking into it for us.