Peter Day reports on the heavy strains being felt by countries on the fringes of Europe.
Peter Day hears about the influence of religion on business.
Peter Day talks to Irish businessman Liam Casey from his base in Shenzen, near Hong Kong.
Peter Day asks what the world can learn from Japan's experience of economic depression.
Peter Day looks at changes in the business world after the tumultuous events of 2008.
Peter Day reports from China's industrial cities on the economic strains they are facing.
Business models that challenge conventional wisdom about charging for goods and services.
Peter Day asks why, in an interconnected world, it still matters where we live and work.
Corporate change expert John Kao shows how jazz improvision can help companies innovate.
Peter Day asks if there is a right or wrong way to tackle intractable business problems.