Wake Up To Money

Award-winning business, economic and personal finance news with Adam Parsons and Mickey Clark. Broadcast live every weekday morning at 5.15am on BBC Radio 5 live.

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Banks, pensions and car tech 10 Jun 15
Chancellor George Osborne is expected to announce a review of the Bank Levy later... just a day after HSBC threatened to move its headquarters out of the UK - at least partly because of the burden of taxes and regulation. Mr Osborne will speak alongside Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney at the annual event at Mansion House, the grand official residence of the Lord Mayor of London. Also are pension providers charging too much and the car which can avoid potholes.
Dátum: 2015-06-10 Idő: 06:11:00
Major cuts at HSBC 9 Jun 15
What next for HSBC as it unveils a major shake-up? The banking giant says it wants to cut up to $5bn of annual costs, a move which will hit thousands of job cuts, across the world and in the UK. It's that time of year - the boss of advertising giant WPP Sir Martin Sorrell is under fire for his huge pay packet. We ask, what's excessive when it comes to executive pay? And thousands of people are still receiving nuisance calls.So who's making them and what's the impact on business?
Dátum: 2015-06-09 Idő: 05:00:00
Why are manufacturers lacking confidence? 08 Jun 15
Confidence among our manufacturing companies has fallen to its lowest level for two years, so this morning we ask what's happened to the 'march of the makers'? There have been plenty of penalties for the big banks in recent years, and one research group has totted them all up, estimating the total for fines, compensation and litigation has reached £200bn. And, before Greece dominated the financial pages - it was Iceland. The Government there is starting to end controls on the flow of money - we'll analyse how it overcame the collapse of its banking industry.
Dátum: 2015-06-08 Idő: 10:08:00
40 Years of the EU 05 Jun 15
Wake Up to Money is in Brussels to mark the fortieth anniversary of the EU referendum in 1975. Greece has delayed a repayment to the IMF as it continues negotiations with the EU to stave off bankruptcy. We hear from British business people both in favour and opposed to remaining in the European Union, and Adam visits Ridley cycles in Belgium to look at what one European business makes of Britain's place in the EU.
Dátum: 2015-06-05 Idő: 05:28:00
Greece and Contactless Payments 04 Jun 15
The Greek Prime Minister says a deal is in sight to ensure Greece can make debt repayments following talks in Brussels. We look at the rise in the number of contactless card payments, hear from the boss of Tesco Dave Lewis on the latest supermarket figures and look at why Premier League profits are soaring.
Dátum: 2015-06-04 Idő: 05:51:00
Greek Debt and Cyber Crime 03 Jun 15
The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras is to travel to Brussels as the EU and Greece present different plans to tackle his country's debt crisis. We get the latest on Sepp Blatter's decision to stand down as the boss of FIFA, look at an increase in Cyber Crime and ponder why poor managers often get as a good a bonus as those who are out-performing.
Dátum: 2015-06-03 Idő: 06:03:00
Are agencies 'ripping off' the NHS? 02 Jun 15
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has accused some staffing agencies of 'ripping off' the NHS. He's proposing an cap on hourly rates and also wants to limit fees for management consultants. We have the latest on the Greek debt crisis following late night talks involving all the key players - apart from the Greeks. And, is it time to buy gold with the Royal Mint offering the chance to invest as little as £20.
Dátum: 2015-06-02 Idő: 05:20:00
From childcare to pensions 01 Jun 15
On the day pension auto-enrolment is introduced for small businesses - and even people who just employ a nanny - we look at what it means and how it works. As the government prepares to flesh out its plans to double free childcare in England to 30 hours a week, we find out what it will mean for parents and employers. And, Mark Neale, chief executive of retailer Mountain Warehouse, tells us about the rise of the outdoor retail chain.
Dátum: 2015-06-01 Idő: 05:23:00
FIFA & fuel 29 May 15
Business gets wrapped up in allegations surrounding corruption at FIFA. Sponsors of the organisation are being urged to pull out of their deals unless there's real reform. Meanwhile more details emerge of the allegations including three multi-national companies named by the US authorities as having innocently negotiated sponsorship deals with some of the officials now facing charges. Plus a reduction in the cost of fuel at rural petrol stations.
Dátum: 2015-05-29 Idő: 06:06:00
FIFA 28 May 15
Football's governing body FIFA will meet for its annual congress today in the shadow of corruption charges for several of its top officials. Adam and Mickey look at the business side of football's governing body and also why did it take America - a country which doesn't even call football, 'football' - to take decisive action. Plus trust in banks and car manufacturing.
Dátum: 2015-05-28 Idő: 05:42:00