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Google Hit With Record $2.7bn EU Fine
The European Commission penalises the US tech giant for favouring its own shopping service. We hear from Shivaun Raff, chief executive of Foundem, which brought the case against Google, and we get analysis from James Vincent from technology website The Verge. A cyber attack has hit a number of major corporations around the world. Our regular economic commentator Roger Bootle of Capital Economics assesses the health of the Chinese economy. Plus on the 50th anniversary of the world's first cash machine, we find out what innovations are coming next from Clive Nation, chief executive of Cennox, which provides cash machines around the world. (Picture: A Google Shopping screengrab. Picture credit: Google.)
Wall Street Update
Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted. Plus Peter Jankowskis of Oakbrook Investments in Chicago takes us through the day's trading.
Takata: Airbag-Maker Files for Bankruptcy
Japanese car parts maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Japan. Auto safety expert John Cadogan gives us the background. Also in the programme, the Italian government is using billions of euros of taxpayers' money to prop up two struggling regional banks. Giada Zampano is reporter for the website Politico in Rome, and tells us why the bailout was needed. Cabin crew at British Airways have reacted angrily as the airline plans to rent planes and crew from rival Qatar Airways to counter their upcoming strike action. We find out more from Oliver Richardson, who is civil air transport officer for the union Unite. On the 20th anniversary of the publication of the first Harry Potter book by J K Rowling, accountant and Harry Potter super-fan Emily Coltman of FreeAgent Central tells us what the world of business can learn from the bespectacled wizard. Plus our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times compares the virtues and strengths of younger versus older employees in the workplace. (Picture: A recalled Takata airbag. Picture credit: Reuters.)
Wall Street Update
Chris Lowe at FTN Financial says after a tumultuous week, a change of pace for markets
UK's Brexit Offer 'Below Expectations'
Britain and the EU disagree over how to settle the rights of Europeans living in the UK. We get the reaction of some of those affected, and hear from Britons living elsewhere in Europe. Also in the programme, Qatar has been presented with a list of 13 demands by its neighbours if it wants the blockade to end. Adel Abdel Ghafar is a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution in Doha, and offers us his analysis. We hear from the New Zealanders who are building and decorating their own coffins. Plus we look back at all the week's big business stories with Rebecca Byrne of the Wall Street Journal in London, and Anna Nicolaou, New York correspondent for the Financial Times.
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