Business Daily: Elements: Iron and Industrialisation04/01/15
Steel demand in China and India, and the collapse in iron ore prices.
Business Daily: Mental Health at Work
Should employers have a right to know about your mental health record?
BizDaily: Mental Health at Work
Is there a right way of dealing with mental health issues in the workplace? Presenter Manuela Saragosa speaks to Alastair Campbell about how he managed his depression while he worked as a chief spokesman for the former British Prime Minister Tony...
Business Daily: Women and Guns in America
Why more women are buying guns in the US, plus what businesses want from Nigeria's polls
BizDaily: Women & Guns in America
Why are more women buying guns in the US? We have a special report from a women-only club at a Virginia shooting range, and presenter Manuela Saragosa speaks to Brian Ruttenbur of CRT Capital Group who says President Obama's administration has,...
ITB: Soros and an SOS for Ukraine
George Soros argues that European failure to offer Ukraine more economic help will end in disaster, as standards of living there plunge and the threat from Russia continues.
Business Daily: The End of Poverty?
Can global poverty be wiped out in the next 15 years? The World Bank thinks so
The End of Poverty?
Can global poverty be wiped out in the next 15 years? The World Bank thinks so. Linda Yueh hears from the president, Jim Yong Kim, who is confident despite the rising numbers of poor in Africa. Tulanana Bohela reports from Tanzania, one of the fastest...
Business Daily: Nigeria: Election Economics
What are the big economic issues as Nigerians head to the polls?
BizDaily: Nigeria: Election Economics
What are the big economic issues as Nigerians head to the polls in a general election this weekend? We speak to Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, former deputy governor of the Nigerian Central Bank, and we have a special report from the BBC's Sam Olukoya in...
BizDaily: Elements: Iron & Manganese - Steel-making
In our latest look at the role of the chemical elements in the global economy, we focus on the two key ingredients that enabled the mass production of steel. Justin Rowlatt chews on salad leaves with Andrea Sella of University College London. He...
BizDaily: Greece, Fruit Juice and Bras
In an eclectic Business Daily, we look at the latest eurozone talks, small businesses in Kosovo and a rather large lingerie empire. Ed Butler speaks to Prof James Galbraith, an unofficial advisor to the Greek finance minister, about how urgent...
BizDaily: Singapore's founding father, dies
Business Daily looks at the legacy of the late Lee Kwan Yew. Singapore's first Prime Minister is credited with turning an island state into an Asian power-house. Critics called him an autocrat. He said denying civil liberties was a necessary part of...
The sharing economy is worth big money world-wide but who are the winners and losers as more of us choose to borrow not buy or to share our homes, our cars, our pets, our time...? We talk to some of the sector's success stories - Airbnb, Zipcar and...
2022 Winter World Cup - but the Heat's Still on Qatar
2022 World Cup: Has Qatar done enough to improve the conditions of migrants working on its football construction projects? We speak to Nicholas McGheehan of Human Rights Watch who has seen their working and living conditions first-hand. Also,...
BizDaily: Fed patience and the US dollar
The dollar dropped as the US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen indicated her patience with its strength was wearing thin - but what does it mean for the US economy and for currency markets? Manuela Saragosa hears from BBC business correspondent Simon...
BizDaily: Elements: Iron and the Industrial Revolution
In the first of three programmes about iron, Justin Rowlatt explores two moments in industrial history that transformed this most abundant of metal elements into the key material out of which modern life is constructed. And they both took place right...
BizDaily: Brazil Economy: The Perfect Storm?
South America's biggest nation faces drought, scandal and slowdown. Yet until recently, Brazil was considered to be one of the world's most promising emerging markets. What's gone wrong? We have a report from the BBC's South America correspondent...
BizDaily: Dirty Money?
Are billions of dollars in international flows of dirty money lying buried deep in the trade statistics of developed countries such as the UK? Also, we hear from Houston about how the US funds its arts scene. And should we celebrate the office...
ITB: Education That Works?
In the face of an ever changing employment market, and a workforce that is not only globalised but also increasingly technology driven, what kind of education works to equip today's students for the workplaces of the future? And what does business...
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