Facebook's boss is on an apology tour after the data harvesting scandal that sent the social network's share price tumbling. Mark Zuckerberg is trying to limit the damage from the controversy that's wiped tens of billions of dollars off Facebook's market value. Communications expert Stuart Bruce analyses the way the social network has handled the crisis.
Also in this programme, we look at how new French rules are beefing up shareholders' power over the biggest pay packets.
And we report from an Indian trade fair that's shining a spotlight on transgender and intersex entrepreneurs.
Managing Director, Stuart Bruce Associates