How do bookmakers compile their election odds – and how often do they get it right?
(Image: a general view of a William Hill betting shop. Credit: Press Association)
Tuesday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Gambling companies have promised £100m to help those addicted to what they sell. How will the money be used - and is it enough?
(Image: a fixed odds betting terminal inside a bookmakers. Credit: Reuters)
John McDonnell meets a billionaire
Phones4you founder and philanthropist John Caudwell disagrees with Labour's view that no one needs to be a billionaire, saying it is wrong and damaging. When this was put to Labour's John McDonnell on the Today Programme a few weeks ago, Mr McDonnell's said "tell him to come and have a cup of tea with me". John Caudwell accepted that invitation.
(Image: John Caudwell, John McDonnell and Justin Webb, credit: BBC)
Monday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Has the election done much to make business people more upbeat about the future?
(Image: workers are seen on the production line at Nissan Sunderland Plant. Credit: Reuters)
Friday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Dominic takes a look at the changing face of manufacturing in Wolverhampton and employment in the city
(Image: Dr Ian Jackson, a senior economics lecturer from the University of Wolverhampton, Claire Birch, Regional Manager, Birmingham & Wolverhampton at the employment firm Reed and Steve Banham, Investment Director at Brewin Dolphin. Credit: BBC)