Money: Rover Report – September 11th 09

Mickey Clark and Ian King present this morning’s business stories, including:
The government is due to release its report into the demise of the car maker Rover in 2005 later this morning.
A new study from Demos suggests that company structures that involve employee ownership like co-operatives and mutuals could help tame what they call the “speculative excess” of the business world.
We also discuss whether there’s any truth in the old maxim “Sell in May, and go away; don’t come back until St Leger day.”
Finally, a year after the airline XL collapsed and 10,000 people are still waiting to get their money back.

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