Peter Day reports on an entrepreneur using ideas from soft drinks to distribute medicine.
What would the future be like if cows and cars were connected to the Internet?
Could an unmanned aerial vehicle be delivering your pizza in the not too distant future?
Zambia has the potential to be a trade hub, if it can improve its roads and railways.
How Zambia is doing business, despite electricity cuts and limited access to water
Peter Day asks whether Margate's Turner Contemporary art gallery will rejuvenate the town
Is gene patenting a good or bad thing for medical innovation?
How a family firm transformed from a fishing company to a global energy services group
Experts expected oil to run out by the end of 1990s but North Sea oil is still in business
Undersea cables, IT training for teachers and technology projects which could change Kenya
How mobile payment system M-Pesa kick-started an emerging tech econmomy in Kenya
Three winners from this year's Entrepreneur of the Year Awards explain how they started
Economist and author Paul Ormerod on the complexity of economics
'Design thinking' - and why it is becoming fundamental to the way organisations function
Peter Day attends the Design of the Year Awards to see how design is evolving everywhere
Where is German innovation and why are so few of its universities ranked as world leaders?
Politicians, business leaders and students gather at the 43rd St Gallen Symposium
Peter Day hears from the pioneers of the rapidly-advancing world of digital manufacturing.
How important is fast internet access to small businesses around the world?
Peter Day and a panel of experts help unemployed young people with their job search.
Peter Day hosts a round table discussion examining the future of food production.
Peter Day reports on plans to build a potash mine in a national park in northern England.
Illness at work - and the implications it has for workers around the world
Peter Day presents a debate about disrupting big finance at the annual Skoll World Forum.
Peter Day examines the rivalry between two Boston business schools - Harvard and MIT.
Peter Day examines what is behind the mystery of the productivity paradox.
Peter Day goes to MIT to discuss what the rise of the robots will mean to all of our lives
Peter Day talks to Anand Mahindra about how M&M's story mirrors modern India.
Peter Day looks at India’s attempt to give each citizen get an individual identity.
The Indian economy is stalling. Peter Day examines the implications.