Monday 17 August 2020 12:01 am

The City View: City A.M. co-founder Lawson Muncaster on returning the newspaper to print

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In this episode Christian is joined by Lawson Muncaster, co-founder and managing director of City A.M., to discuss the challenges posed by the last five months and the decision to return to print for Monday 7 September. Lawson discusses how the company adapted to survive; what life could look like in the Square Mile come the autumn; and how City A.M.’s agility helped it navigate unprecedented challenges.

Also in this episode, Christian looks at the plans for London’s latest multi-million pound film studio; Tesco’s response to the threat from Amazon; and how the pandemic has brought an end to a centuries-old tradition at a Soho pub. The episode also ends with a brief cameo appearance from Christian’s three year old son, Chaplin.

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