The Business looks at Brexit, a new campaign to promote positive mental health within the hospitality industry, Trump Economics, singing in the workplace and the demotion of the Screen Cinema in Dublin.
Richard Curran talks to Tim Martin, the founder and chair of Wetherspoons and one of the UK's most famous Brexiteers. He has a chain of 900 pubs and hotels across the UK and Ireland.
Meanwhile, Mark Blyth, a professor of political economy at Brown University, says he firmly believes that a crash out Brexit is the most likely contender.
Elaine Murphy, director of The Winding Stair Group and Janet Clarke, General Manager at The Woollen Mills, tell Richard about a campaign to promote positive mental health within the hospitality industry as heavy drinking, drug taking and depression are rife.
Declan Jordan, an economist in UCC, examines whether recent criticism of US President Donal Trump from former chair of the US Federal Reserve Janet Yellen is fair.
The Business looks into the benefits of singing in workplaces as studies show that choral singing improves our mood, and decreases, stress, depression and anxiety.
Hugh Linehan, Arts and culture editor with The Irish Times, Samantha McCaughren, business editor with the Sunday Independent and Barry Devlin of the Horslips discuss the demolition of Dublin's Screen Cinema.