In this program we're taking a look at the US presidential campaign from an entrepreneur's perspective. Markus Karlsson talks to a 'serial entrepreneur" - Steven Koltai, CEO of Koltai and Company which provides advise to growth-companies as well as investors. He also designed and led the US-Department's Global Entrepreneurship Programme.
It's been about a year and a half now since the Fukushima disaster in Japan - the largest nuclear accident since Chernobyl. It sparked a global debate on whether or not nuclear power is worth the risk. We've seen both Japan and Germany shut down reactors. Is this the face of things to come in all the major world economies? Tom Burges Watson asks William Magwood, the Commissioner of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
He's the only British CEO of a French listed company, a former division rugby player and the founder of a charity called "One Young World" which brings together more young people around the world. Our guest this week in "The Business Interview" is David Jones, CEO of Havas.
What is the future of Europe?The eurozone debt crisis is still playing out, and there are plenty of questions on where we go from here. The answer is a Federal Europe and a post-national revolution, says Guy Verhofstadt.