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Peter Day joins a group of enthusiasts determined to improve the language of business.
As pubs struggle to survive, local communities are getting involved in keeping them alive.
Peter Day finds out how we can use the growing amount of information we now generate.
Peter Day asks what will happen next on the USA's journey into space.
Peter Day visits two rival German pencil companies in Nuremberg.
Indonesia is heading up the world's economic league table. Peter Day reports.
What does the turmoil in the Middle East mean for the future of energy supplies?
Peter Day talks to Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter.
Peter Day takes the helm of a container ship to find what British sea power means today.
Peter Day looks at China's vast urbanisation plan to take Chinese people out of poverty.