Insights into the business world from the BBC.
|Andrew Witty - Ceo Glaxosmithkline|
|China's Dispossessed (part 1)|
|Chinese Hare, Indian Tortoise?|
|Counting The Not For Profits|
|Dame Barbara Stocking|
|Doing Business In Russia||20111106|
Three businessmen tell Peter Day about doing business in Russia.
|Here Comes Indonesia|
London-born Graham Hawkes is the man who has created a submersible vessel that flies through the deepest ocean like a plane.
Peter Day reports from his workshop in California, where he wonders why space exploration makes decades of headlines while it is so hard to get backers for deepsea travel into a world no-one has ever seen.
The story of a submersible vessel that flies through the ocean like a plane
|Non Consuming Passion|
|Off To Market|
Huge sums are being put into the Intelligent Grid. Peter Day investigates.
Huge hopes (and vast sums of money) are being pinned on the so-called Intelligent Grid: a new network of electricity systems feeding information about supply and demand across the grid all the time. Peter Day asks what's happening to our power supplies, and why.
|Professor Michael Porter|
Innovation from the developing world.
|Singapore (part 1)|
|Singapore (part 2)|
|The Edge Of Europe||20090502|
Peter Day takes a close look at Iceland's role in the world economic crisis.
In the third part of this series, Peter Day takes a close look at Iceland's role in the world economic crisis and where it goes from here.
|02||Are Ceo's Up To The Job?|
|02||Singapore Start-ups - - All Wired Up|