Samsung chief's arrest sends company stocks lower
The early morning arrest of Samsung boss Lee Jae-yong sends shares in the electronics giant dipping. While the allegations of corruption levelled at Samsung aren't likely to affect business in the short term, reputational damage in the longer term could have an effect. Also today, the French government's ever-changing plans to save the Alstom factory in the eastern town of Belfort. Finally, why Walmart is being sued its over so-called "craft beer" brand.