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The condiments (and sauces) that never change

Dodany: 16 września 2022

Tabasco sauce has been around since 1868, Lea and Perrins’ Worcestershire Sauce since 1837. So how have these brands managed to survive for so long? David Reid explores why some brands outlive...

The women kicking off their high heels at work

Dodany: 15 września 2022

For years women working in certain jobs, such as banking or retail, have had to wear high heels as part of the company’s dress code. But now women around the world are fighting for the right to...

The real state of the Russian economy

Dodany: 14 września 2022

As Ukraine seemingly makes dramatic advances on the battlefield, we look at what this may say about the situation inside Russia itself. Military analysts are describing what seems to be a depleted...

Nigeria's push to grow its own coconuts

Dodany: 13 września 2022

Most of Nigeria has the perfect climate for growing coconuts and yet it imports 70% of the fruit, which is widely used to make snacks, drinks and to make everything from oil to cosmetics. With...

Should we be more open about salaries?

Dodany: 12 września 2022

Salaries are often kept secret in most workplaces - but times are changing. The BBC’s Deborah Weitzmann discusses implications for pay transparency policies and the gender wage gap. Deborah visits...

Business Daily meets: Russ Glass

Dodany: 8 września 2022

Can an app, founded by a former monk, become one of the biggest tech companies in the world? Russ Glass, the chief executive of Headspace Health, takes Leanna Byrne behind the scenes in one of the...

Why Europe’s inland shipping network is drying up

Dodany: 7 września 2022

As Europe’s historically dry summer continues, Matthew Kenyon takes a trip on the barge Mezzoforte, and talks to skipper Dirk Pols about the challenges of navigating as river depths fall. We hear...

Venice’s tourist problem: Are day trippers welcome?

Dodany: 5 września 2022

Italy’s famous floating city has a problem - too many tourists are visiting Venice during the high season. The city authorities recently announced a plan to charge day-visitors a €10 tax during the...

Business Daily meets: Bruce Daisley

Dodany: 2 września 2022

Do people who use social media need to be more resilient? Thats the question Sam Fenwick asks former Twitter executive, Bruce Daisley. For eight years he ran Twitter's business in Europe, the...

Using less gas in our homes

Dodany: 1 września 2022

The Netherlands has long been almost totally reliant on gas to heat people's homes. But as Europe tries to wean itself off domestic gas, something made more urgent by the Russian invasion of...

Getting ready for Paris 2024

Dodany: 31 sierpnia 2022

Ashish Sharma reports from Paris as the city prepares to host the Olympic games in the summer of 2024. President of the Paris Organising Committee of the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Tony...

The unusual world of dark tourism

Dodany: 30 sierpnia 2022

Instead of choosing a traditional sunny holiday, some tourists choose to visit places that many consider sites of tragedy, death or disaster. On Business Daily we explore the benefits, and...

How to dispose of nuclear waste

Dodany: 29 sierpnia 2022

One of the biggest challenges facing the nuclear industry today is how to deal with the lethal radioactive waste which has accumulated over decades. Governments across the world are trying to find...

The refugee entrepreneurs starting again

Dodany: 26 sierpnia 2022

It's been six months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. According to the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR, the war in Ukraine has pushed the number of refugees across the world to more than 100 million....

War in Ukraine: Farmers and workers struggle on

Dodany: 25 sierpnia 2022

Six months into the war in Ukraine, the impact continues to be felt around the world. Frey Lindsay explores how disruptive the war has been for agriculture across Europe. Researcher Roxana...

Fighting Ukraine fundraising fatigue

Dodany: 24 sierpnia 2022

It's been six months since Russia invaded its neighbour Ukraine. In the early days, in late February, March and April, charities were overwhelmed by donations and offers from people who wanted to...

Tunnelling under the Atlantic

Dodany: 23 sierpnia 2022

With a population of just over 50,000 people the Faroe Islands are spending vast sums of money digging sub-sea tunnels to keep remote communities alive. Combined with a government subsidised...

Can Japan become Asia's Silicon Valley?

Dodany: 22 sierpnia 2022

We look at Japan’s bid to compete with Silicon Valley. Japan is well known for innovations such as the walkman, bullet trains and Nintendo games, but the country hasn’t produced a killer product to...

Business Daily meets: La June Montgomery Tabron

Dodany: 19 sierpnia 2022

Vivienne Nunis sits down with La June Montgomery Tabron, President and CEO of one of the world's biggest charities, the Kellogg Foundation. Last year the foundation distributed nearly half a...

Rainbow washing

Dodany: 18 sierpnia 2022

It might seem like a step forward when advertisers want to appeal to a historically marginalised community, but the use of the LGBT rainbow flag by companies and organisations has become a bone of...