Job losses have plagued Teesside for decades. What does the future hold?
Peter Day examines the history of Britain's steel industry.
Matthew Gwyther discovers how to turn around a failing company.
Peter Day discovers how computer programmes are being used in recruitment.
Marijuana is now legal in some US states. How is the experiment working in Colorado?
Author Andrew Dickson explores William Shakespeare's influence on the business world.
Caroline Bayley reports on Europe's unicorns, tech firms with billion dollar valuations.
Jonty Bloom goes to Norway to find out what happens when salaries and tax are made public.
Why is there so much dissatisfaction about how economics is taught at universities?
Jonty Bloom learns how Norway does business with the European Union.
Peter Day discovers the impact of migration on farming in California.
How important is trust, and can it be won back if it is lost? Matthew Gwyther investigates
Peter Day explores the rise of craft beer and how the big breweries are fighting back.
Peter Day visits the Chinese city that makes most of the world's Christmas decorations.
How the white collar worker has become a cult hero in TV series and comic books in Japan.
The trucking industry has a staffing shortage, but why aren't more women behind the wheel?
The former Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins talks to the BBC's business editor Kamal Ahmed.
Can the internet shopping industry transform China's rural communities?
Peter Day asks what makes a company last and whether longevity still matters.
Peter Day reports from China on the country's efforts to reduce pollution and go green.
Peter Day visits Steinway and Sons in New York to hear what makes its pianos special.
Colombia is known for its machismo culture, what does that mean for women at work?
Who is your boss? Peter Day asks how three companies, without managers, do business.
Peter Day tries to discover how wonder material graphene can be used in the future.
Peter Day looks at the business of opera. How does this expensive art form survive?
How are Californian farm communities coping with their fourth year of drought?
Peter Day investigates a future of driverless cars - how soon will it come?
Peter Day reports from Medellin, Colombia, on the city's dramatic transformation.
Peter Day talks to authors Charles Handy and Kevin Ashton about life changing innovation.
Peter Day explores the concept and implications of 'thinking machines'.