How can bosses better help workers who've lost a child? How worried should we be about Coronavirus? And why we need the government to tell us what to do to tackle climate change.
Keeping kids safe online
One in five internet users in the UK is a child. But they're often using games, apps and websites that are not designed for them. A new code is published today by the Information Commissioner and by the end of next year it's expected to be law. It's aimed at those who make games, software, apps and social media platforms and will require them put children's privacy and safety first. Sean & Mickey look at what the problem is and how the Information Commissioner's Office plans to tackle it.
Plus the real cost of "presenteeism". Why are so many of us coming to work when we're struggling with mental health problems.
And what next in the perennial global problem of how best to tax the tech titans? France has now put its plans to levy a 3% tax on the revenues of giants like Google and Amazon on hold after the US threatened to impose tariffs on French products.
Predictions a plenty for how we're going to get on this year - Rico brings the global view and with an HS2 decision soon the Boss of one rail freight gives her view.
£106bn - a price worth paying for HS2?
Sean and Louise look at the future for the HS2 rail line. A leaked review says the bill is rising. They also consider the impact of pre-pack insolvencies on suppliers.
Sean heads to Glasgow to find out what the city and its businesses are doing to cut carbon. It comes as Microsoft sets new, ambitious targets on the environment.