We start the programme with news that workers at Apple's Grand Central Station store in New York have announced a plan to start a union. If the bid is successful, it would be the first union at one of the tech giant's US stores and follows moves by both Starbucks and Amazon employees to unionize. We spoke to Anna Kramer, a workplace, tech labour, and tech culture reporter at news site Protocol about where this could go. We then move on to discuss what sort of impact did the China GDP figures have on the markets with Peter Jankovskis of Arbor Financial Services in Illinois. Lastly, we look into NBA super-team the Golden State Warriors launching a new entertainment division. Jabari Young, a CNBC Sports reporter talks us through why they are doing this and what it means for the sport.