GlobalBiz: Companies and Innovation 27 June 201406/28/14
Peter Day talks with two authors, the business guru Lynda Gratton and the innovation expert Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, about the benefits innovation can have for the company and for society and how to best let ideas flourish and grow.
GlobalBiz: What does the future hold for the African economy? 20 Jun...
Peter Day talks to Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank about the key issues facing the continent, which has some of the world’s fastest growing economies.
Global Biz: The Clash of Generations 06 June 2014
Peter Day hears from some of the leaders of tomorrow at the 44th St Gallen Symposium.
Global Biz: Packaging in a Pickle 30 May 2014
Modern living generates increasing amounts of packaging to wrap up the things we buy. That generates widespread criticism of an industry. Peter Day investigates.
GlobalBiz: Raghuram Rajan 23 May 2014
Peter Day talks to Raghuram Rajan, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India
In Business: Packaging in a Pickle 22 May 2014
Modern living generates increasing amounts of packaging to wrap up the things we buy. That generates widespread criticism of an industry. Peter Day invetigates.
GlobalBiz: Sharing Economy 2: Rachel Botsman 16 May 2014
Rachel Botsman is a guru on the sharing economy. She coined the phrase ‘collaborative consumption’ and is the author of the influential book ‘What’s Mine is Yours’. In Global Business this week, Peter Day talks with Rachel about this movement: how it...
In Business: Price Conscious 15 May 2014
Manufacturers were banned by law from fixing retail prices 50 years ago, ushering in a revolution in British retailing. So what do prices mean now? Peter Day finds out.
In Business: The Sharing Economy 08 May 2014
Sharing your neighbour's car, tools and clothes: the sharing economy. But existing regulations and laws are set up for hotels and car hire companies, and that is causing problems.
In Business: Battery Matters 01 May 2014
What are businesses doing to reinvent the battery?
InBiz: Korea Change: The end of the South Korea model? 24 April 14
South Korea has gone through a huge transformation in the last sixty years. But as Peter Day reports it may be time for this driven country to change direction. Producer: Charlotte Pritchard
In Business: Has the book a future? 17 Apr 2014
Amidst mergers, ebooks, and self-publishing the book business is in the throes of upheaval. From the London Book Fair Peter Day asks: Can books survive, and if so, how?
GlobalBiz: In Stradivari's footsteps 05 Apr 2014
Cremona in northern Italy is the home of the Stradivarius violin and 280 years after the death of the venerated violin maker, Antonio Stradivari , the long tradition continues today. In some 150 workshops around the city dedicated craftspeople make...
In Business: The New Manufacturing 03 Apr 2014
Peter Day reports from Britain's former steel capital, Sheffield, on what it takes for a manufacturing firm to survive and prosper in an intensely globalising world.
GlobalBiz: Business in the Veneto 29 Mar 2014
Peter Day reports from the Veneto region of Italy, where family owned businesses reach out to the rest of the world despite the economic turmoil at home.
GlobalBiz: Creative Economy 22 Mar 2014
John Howkins – Peter Day talks with John Howkins, an expert on the creative economy about how knowledge based industries are changing the way we live and work around the world.
GlobalBiz: Ambitious Korea 15 Mar 2014
South Korea has rapidly become one of the most advanced internet connected nations in the world, with the fastest connections. It is now thinking hard about a high technology future, investing in 5G or fifth generation mobile technology and robotics....
GlobalBiz: Korea Change 08 Mar 2014
Sixty years ago post war South Korea was one of the poorest nations on earth. Now it's one of the richest, and also one of the hardest working. Korean products are known all over the world. But --as Peter Day reports-- it may be time for this driven...
In Business: Cork 23 Jan 2014
Peter Day travels to Cork in Ireland to find out what life is really like in a country just recently realised from the constraints of an EU bailout.
In Business: Cyber Town Malvern 16 Jan 2014
The small spa town of Malvern is rapidly becoming a hub of science and innovation in the 21st century fight against cyber crime. Peter Day visits the historic town to find out why.
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