The finalist's one company has a net worth of £200
Decision time is fast approaching for Sir Alan Sugar who decides which eager business person will become his new partner in The Apprentice final airing tonight.
Apprentice finalists Leah Totton and Luisa Zissman swap the boardroom for the chess board as they plot their final moves ahead of the climax to the series.
Leah does battle with Luisa Zissman in the show's final tonight
Countdown host says Sugar's involvement in the show could be 'to the detriment of his other business interests'
The ex-lawyer, ex-'Apprentice' adviser and reluctant celebrity on ambition and debt
Myles Mordaunt has become the latest Apprentice contestant to be shut down as his high-end homewares shop was put out of business by his rival's bargain fashion store.
The Apprentice hopeful Alex Mills told how TV's most talked-about eyebrows were all natural after he became the latest contestant to be trimmed from the show.
Apprentice boffin Tom Pellereau is hoping his latest invention is up to scratch as he unveiled a safe nail-clipper for babies.
Contestants Kurt Wilson and Natalie Panayi were sent packing in a double firing from The Apprentice tonight after their bungling meant Lord Sugar was not a happy camper
Business hopeful Rebecca Slater has become the latest Apprentice candidate to be fired - and said she could blow boardroom rival Luisa Zissman "out of the water" in real life.
Do you fast forward to the very end to see who's fired or do you prefer to bask in the contestants failing their tasks?
Forget the preamble, let's get straight to the pointed finger. This appears to be the consensus among viewers of the new series of The Apprentice. This week hundreds of thousands tuned in only to watch the bit when Lord Sugar fires someone, rather than sit through the preceding 55 minutes.
Fired Apprentice hopeful Jaz Ampaw-Farr has confessed how facing Lord Sugar in the boardroom, she felt like a naughty schoolgirl being told off by the headmaster.
“I’m not perfect. There are occasions I may have got it wrong,” Lord Sugar declared, in a rare display of humility. “But I haven’t seen anyone who’s become a new Branson or Zuckerberg that I’ve let go.”
The Apprentice is back, but this time with a bit of a twist.