Business Daily: China's Slowing Economy03/05/15
China forecasts an economic growth rate of 7% this year - what is slowing it down?
BizDaily: China's Slowing Economy
China forecasts an official economic growth rate of 7 per cent this year; what's slowing it down? The BBC's chief business correspondent, Linda Yueh, reports from Shanghai. Also, Jeremy Leggett, chairman of the research group Carbon Tracker...
Business Daily: Elements: Fluorine
A ferocious gas and building block for CFCs and other gases that have endangered mankind
Elemental Business: Fluorine
Fluorine is itself a ferocious yellow gas, but is also the key building block for a string of other gases that pose a threat to mankind if released into the atmosphere. From the ozone-depleting CFCs to potent greenhouse gases such as sulphur...
BizDaily: Breaking into China 03 Mar 15
A special edition of Business Daily discusses what it takes for a foreign business to break into China. How do foreign businesses get China right? What are the pitfalls? What are the things you need to know? With an invited audience and a panel of...
Business Daily: Breaking into China
What does it take for a foreign business to break into China?
Business Daily: Samsung Mobile Technology
As Samsung unveils its new Galaxy S6, what does it take to compete in the mobile market?
BizDaily: Samsung's New Phone
As Samsung unveils its new Galaxy S6, we ask what it takes to compete in the mobile market? The BBC's Rory Cellan Jones reports from the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona whewre he's been speaking to David Kang, Samsung's vice president of marketing,...
ITB: Fortunes of Film
Worth over 88 billion dollars world-wide, the film industry has never been more potent; but is the success of film in Asia and Africa now changing how Hollywood does its business? We hear from Nollywood, Bollywood and Hollywood; and we hear about the...
Business Daily: Money and the Human Psyche
Does money make us happy? Does it even motivate us? Or does it turn us into sociopaths?
BizDaily: Money and the Human Psyche
Money: Does it make us happy? Does it even motivate us? Or does it turn us into sociopaths? Laurence Knight finds out as he speaks to psychologists Dacher Keltner of the University of California in Berkeley, and Dan Ariely of Duke University, as well...
BizDaily: US Interest Rates & the End of QE
How will markets and the economy weather rising interest rates and the end of quantitative easing? We speak to Randall Kroszner, former member of the Federal Reserve board. Also, the BBC's Kim Gittleson travels to the southern US city of Chattanooga...
BizDaily: Elemental Business: Chromium
Chromium: Justin Rowlatt visits the Warrs Harley dealership to find out from Professor Andrea Sella why this metallic element links the motorbikes on show, with the leather jackets and flick-knives of the archetypal biker gang. He hears from Erin...
BizDaily: Stopping Asia's Appetite for Rhino Horn
The illicit trade in animal parts: some $20 billion, is traded annually, with 1000s of endangered animals, from rhino to elephants to turtles, being slaughtered for the sake of aphrodisiacs, medicines, or pendants. Experts like Heather Sohl, the Chief...
BizDaily: Greece & Eurozone: Another Deadline
Greece & Eurozone: Are we close to a solution or back to kicking the can down the road? And has Greece won real concessions from its European creditors when it comes to austerity? Sony Kapoor of the research institute Re-Define and Seamus Coffey of...
Office Life Today: Too Many Jobs, Not Enough Work?
Office life in the 21st century: David Bolchover, author of "The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out", tells us why he thinks there are too many people doing very little at work, and why he believes there's a conspiracy of silence about it. Also, we...
BizDaily: Ebola: Doing Business Amid A National Crisis
Paddy Docherty, chief executive of Phoenix Africa, tells us how he grew the business in Sierra Leone despite the Ebola epidemic, while Dr Stanley Ko of the UK's University of Central Lancashire explains what it's like working as a doctor on the front...
Elemental Business: Nickel (& Rhenium)
Nickel is the metal that made the jet age possible, not to mention margarine and bicycle sprockets. In the latest instalment in his journey through the periodic table, Justin Rowlatt travels to Rolls Royce to discover the incredible materials science...
BizDaily: Three Days to Save the Euro?
Europe's ministers give Greece till Friday to accept a bailout extension, or else... With the help of Vicky Pryce, Cebr's chief economic adviser, we consider the latest breakdown in talks and ask how close Greece and the eurozone are to a financial...
BizDaily: Should Business Keep it in the Family?
As South Korea digests the implications of a leading air executive halting a plane over a bag of macadamias, we look at the wider implications of the so-called Nut Rage scandal: what it says about family firms like Korean Air, where succession is...
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