Money for Nothing
8.03 am - News highlights of the day
* Most U.S. stocks rose, led by banks, after billionaire investor Warren Buffett said American lenders are in "fine shape".
* Euro slid, commodities fell after French Socialist Francois Hollande was elected president and Greek voters picked anti-bailout parties
* Facebook show is officially on the road
8.10 am - Private Equity in Asia
Yash Rana of Goodwin Proctor talked to us about why private equity investment is different across the many geographies of Asia as compared to the West.
8.15 am - Marketers vs Consumers - a disconnect
John Merkovsky of Experian Marketing Services talked to us about the disconnect between marketers who believe their campaigns are right on and consumers who say they are disengaging with their favorite brands.
8.25 am - End of the feast in China
Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money, talked to us about why the feast has come to an end in China.