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Online publishing and industrial espionage

18 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 09 March 2011

Jobs are being lost as publishers move from paper to online. Business Daily talks to Nancy McKinstry of publishing company Wolters Kluwer. She's a veteran of the publishing industry and one of a small number of women at the top of that sector. We talk to her about the changes she's made and about how the internet has changed the publishing business.

And look closely at that innocent tissue box on the corner of your desk - it could be secretly recording your every word. We visit the Spymaster shop in London and talk to its director, Julia Wing about industrial espionage.

On 9 July 2011 South Sudan will become the world's newest country. The vote for independence was overwhelming with Southern Sudanese citizens hopeful of a peaceful, and prosperous, future as a result. But they're not the only ones who are optimistic about new opportunities. Our regular commentator Wycliffe Muga reckons other countries can see economic benefits too.


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