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Global Business: Medellin’s Lessons
What lessons does Medellin’s remarkable turnaround have for other troubled cities?
Global Business: Colombia’s Women Mean Business
Peter Day investigates the advances for Colombian women in business.
Global Business: Out of the Desert
How Mohed Altrad went from orphan in the Syrian desert to billionaire
Global Business: The Circular Economy
Peter Day talks to Dame Ellen MacArthur and others about the 'Circular Economy'
MisBehaving with Richard Thaler
Peter Day talks to Richard Thaler, one of the founding fathers of behavioural economics.
Global Business: Entrepreneurs Explain
Remarkable start-up stories of entrepreneurs from Saudi Arabia, Israel and New Zealand.
In Business: Driverless Cars
Peter Day investigates a future of driverless cars - how soon will it come?
A Night at the Opera
Peter Day looks at the business of opera - how does this expensive art form survive?
Global Business: Companies without managers
Who's your boss? Peter Day asks how three companies, without managers, do business.
Global Business: Graphene
Peter Day tries to discover how the material - graphene - can be used in the future
Global Business: Steinway
Peter Day visits Steinway and Sons in New York to hear what makes it's pianos special
Global Business: The California Drought
How are Californian farm communities coping with their fourth year of drought?
Global Business: A Tale of Two Farms
Two family farms – united by the drought but separated by heartless geology.
China Going Green
Peter Day reports from China on the country's efforts to reduce pollution and go green
Global Business: Online Shopping in Rural China
How is internet shopping changing rural villages in China?
What makes a company last?
Peter Day asks what makes a company last and whether longevity still matters.
Global Business: The Violins of Cremona
Cremona in northern Italy is a centre of violin making but can a niche industry survive?
Global Business: The Rise of the Executive PA
Sathnam Sanghera discovers how important the executive assistant is to the modern day CEO
Antony Jenkins talks to Kamal Ahmed
The former Barclays CEO, Antony Jenkins, talks to Kamal Ahmed
Global Business: Christmas, Made In China
Peter Day visits the Chinese city which makes most of the world's Christmas decorations
In Business: The Sexy Salaryman
How the white collar worker has become a cult hero in TV series and comic books in Japan.
Global Business: The Business of Trust
How important is trust and can it be won back if it's lost? Matthew Gwyther investigates
In Business: Not so small beer
Peter Day explores the rise of craft beer and how the big breweries are fighting back
Global Business: Investing in Iran
Global Business looks at the business prospects in Iran when sanctions are lifted
In Business: Truckers: women behind the big wheel
The trucking industry has a staffing shortage so why aren't more women behind the wheel?
Global Business: Making Money Out Of Germany's Migrants
Paul Henley speaks to businesses in Munich benefiting from the arrival of new refugees.
Norway's European Vision
Jonty Bloom learns how Norway does business with the European Union.
Global Business: Oil – How low will it go?
Peter Day and guests discuss the low oil price and the global implications.
Germany’s New Workforce?
As the German workforce shrinks can over one million new migrants be the solution?
Going Online the Cambodian Way
The story of one of Cambodia’s first and most successful e-commerce businesses.