Scott Schober, CEO Berkeley Varitronics Systems - Talking Business 2014, Ep 46

Plus interview with economist Nicholas Gruen

Scott Schober, CEO and president of Berkeley Varitronics Systems talks about cyber security.

Interview with economist Nicholas Gruen.

Leon and Garry talk about issues including:
· German business sentiment unexpectedly increased in November, a closely watched survey showed, suggesting Europe's largest economy is slowly finding its footing after struggling to expand in recent months and the US growing at its strongest rate in a decade but Europe continues to drag the global economy

· The government will net $5.9 billion from its hugely successful float of Medibank Private, $1 billion more than the coalition had first predicted

· BHP Billiton has revealed further deep cuts to capital spending and a shake-up of its executive ranks in the wake of its demerger plans

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cyber security, hackers, regulation, innovation, Germany, US, Europe, Medibank Private, OECD, Budget, Ten Network, BHP Billiton