Business Daily

Capitalism in crisis?

Dodany: 15 lutego 2019

Is the era of globalisation, unfettered markets and billionaire philanthropists drawing to a close? Is the answer to rising populism for the state to tax the wealthy and invest more in the public...

Rational partner choice

Dodany: 14 lutego 2019

Should your head trump your heart when seeking lifelong love? That's the challenge Business Daily's Justin Rowlatt has taken on for this Valentine's Day. The hyper-rationalist businessman Ed Conard...

The education scam

Dodany: 13 lutego 2019

Many African universities are not up to scratch, leaving African students vulnerable to scam institutions abroad. Ivana Davidovic reports from Northern Cyprus where many African students go looking...

Poverty and Corruption in Nigeria

Dodany: 12 lutego 2019

Nigeria goes to the polls to elect a president this weekend. Two issues are prominent - the state of the economy and corruption. Local businessman Evans Akanno tells us why just getting the...

Taxing the Rich

Dodany: 11 lutego 2019

Last month Dutch historian Rutger Bregman told the billionaires at the World Economic Forum in Davos they should think less about philanthropy and instead pay more tax. The clip of his speech went...

The Body Disposal Business

Dodany: 8 lutego 2019

Funereal solutions on an overcrowded planet - Ed Butler investigates what various countries do when they run out of space to bury their dead. In Japan, where the construction of new crematoriums...

The Future of Fashion Retail

Dodany: 7 lutego 2019

Will online shopping and AI combine to kill the high street clothing store? Ed Butler gets himself digitally measured up in order to try on outfits in cyberspace, with the help of Tom Adeyoola,...

When to Pursue your Dream

Dodany: 6 lutego 2019

At what point should you give up your day-job to pursue your own business side-project full-time? And should governments do more to help those who want to do it? Manuela Saragosa explores the world...

Brexit: No Deal, No Food?

Dodany: 5 lutego 2019

If the UK crashes out of the EU on 29 March with no agreement on continuing trade relations, how will it affect Britain's supplies of fresh food? Could the country's supermarket shelves be left...

The Burning Question

Dodany: 4 lutego 2019

Climate Change: Can the world economy continue to grow without burning fossil fuels? Or do we all need to cut back on our consumption in order to save the planet? It is a question that splits the...

Peak Smartphone

Dodany: 1 lutego 2019

Are Apple and Samsung running out of people to sell their smartphones to? And who wants to pay for an upgrade when their old phone is good enough? Manuela Saragosa asks whether Apple's recent...

Keeping your Eggs on Ice

Dodany: 31 stycznia 2019

More and more women are choosing to freeze their eggs in their twenties - but is it all just a big waste of money? Manuela Saragosa speaks to Jennifer Lannon, who paid thousands of dollars at the...

Huawei and the Trade War

Dodany: 30 stycznia 2019

Will indictments against China's tech giant overshadow US trade talks? We hear from Timothy Heath, defence analyst at the Rand Corporation, about the threat to security Huawei is perceived to pose...

A Deepening Crisis in Venezuela

Dodany: 29 stycznia 2019

Two rival presidents, oil sanctions from the US and hyperinflation. Venezuela's economic and political crisis is deepening and we hear from some of the people caught in it. Venezuelan economist...

Will Tanzania's Drone Industry Take Off?

Dodany: 28 stycznia 2019

Drones have been used increasingly in Africa for survey and mapping, but will cargo drone delivery companies be the next big thing? Jane Wakefield visits Mwanza on the banks of Lake Victoria to...

The Great China Slowdown

Dodany: 25 stycznia 2019

China's economy is slowing down. What does it mean for the rest of the world? We hear from Shanghai where consumers are spending less. Economist Linda Yueh gives her analysis while Shaun Rein,...

Bill Gates Makes His Pitch

Dodany: 24 stycznia 2019

The mega-philanthropist is in Davos lobbying governments and the global business elite to donate money towards the fight against infectious diseases. But is the world's second richest man the best...

Selling Romance

Dodany: 23 stycznia 2019

Dating apps like Tinder are a multi-billion dollar business, but have they reduced romance to a commodity? Vivienne Nunis speaks to Stanford University economist Paul Oyer, author of Everything I...

Board of the Problem

Dodany: 22 stycznia 2019

The number of female executives in the UK’s top companies remains stubbornly low. Vivienne Nunis speaks to Heather McGregor, dean of the Herriot Watt Business School and Sue Unerman, co-author of...

China’s New Silk Road Comes to Pakistan

Dodany: 21 stycznia 2019

China is lending Pakistan billions of dollars as part of an ambitious policy to disrupt global trade. Beijing is six years into a trillion-dollar plan that's been dubbed the new Silk Road. The...