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On the Rails
Matthew Gwyther asks what's next for the UK's rail industry after a turbulent year.
Meet the companies trying to fundamentally change how houses are built.
Potholes - the road to the future
Potholes - the hidden costs, and opportunities, lurking in our roads
Beyond the Barbed Wire - Cyber Security in the UK
Can the UK become a world leader in making the internet safer?
Colombia's Coffee Revolutions
Can the fashion for high-end coffee save Colombia’s struggling farmers?
A Tale of Two Towns
How can the British high street be revived?
The Irresistible Rise of eSports
Sport, yes, but not as you know it. The irresistible rise of competitive gaming or Esports
Behind the Facades
How the changing relationship between landlord and tenant is reshaping our high street.
Green Shoots: Growing Food in UAE’s Deserts
The United Arab Emirates plans to grow vegetables in the desert.
Lesley Curwen looks at the fast-changing process of getting hired for a job
Beijing to Belarus - A new Silk Road to Europe
Will a giant industrial zone in Belarus become the European hub of China's new Silk Road?
Light Bulb Moments and How To Have Them
How do we create an innovative environment?
Plastic backlash: the business response
How are businesses responding to the public backlash against plastic packaging?
Making an Impact
How businesses are changing the way they work by focusing on their impact on us all.
How do we have fresh berries 52 weeks a year? And at what price?
The Berlin Airport Fiasco
What has gone so wrong at the new Berlin Airport?
Who Are Huawei?
How has Huawei, one of the world’s most controversial companies, grown to be so powerful?
Managing Volunteers: Free and Easy?
Twenty million Brits give their time for free each year, but is managing volunteers easy?
The Business of Clicks
Behind the economics of e-commerce.
How is Rotterdam, Europe's biggest port, preparing for Brexit?
Can aviation become sustainable? Katie Prescott asks if a tech fix can be found.
How Politics Broke Up with Business
Why have politicians gone from cosying up to business to turning a deaf ear?
Keeping the Lights On
How can Britain ensure a consistent supply of electricity when its sources are changing?
The pub is dead! Long live the micropub!
British pubs have been closing down but a new type of pub - the micropub - is popping up.
Iceland has a radical approach to the gender pay gap. What lessons can others learn?
Belarus: Harvesting the whirlwind
How does an economy recover after a catastrophic event.
The Business of Beethoven
Clemmie Burton-Hill looks at the little-known story of Beethoven, the entrepreneur.
What is Britain's global business image and where is it heading?
Zimbabwe's Food Crisis: Can Old Crops Fix New Problems?
Meet the Zimbabwean businesses on a mission to change tastes and survive climate change.
Is the UK up for sale?
A third of takeovers in the UK are by foreign companies. A welcome boost or a problem?
Making fashion sustainable
The British menswear designer, Patrick Grant asks how fashion can be made sustainably.