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Money & Business
The Bottom Line is the business conversation programme where the people at the top share their insight into what really matters. Presenter, Evan Davies, explains the format of the popular BBC Radio 4/Open University co-produced programme.
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The power of investors and their role in changing how a business functions is the discussion for Evan Davis and his guests.
Entrepreneurs discuss how much money you need to start a business - and where to get it from - with Evan Davis.
Evan Davis meets three business leaders who are placing massive bets on the future of farming, biomass fuel and the creation of a hyper-connected global society.
Evan Davis and guests discuss how to manage corporations in times of crisis.
Evan Davis and guests discuss an industry which has changed almost beyond recognition in just a few decades - water.
This week Evan and his guests take a look at how food company supply chains work.
Evan Davis and guests discuss how they plan for seasonal travel business in the light of economic crisis.
Evan Davis finds out the survival strategies of three recruiters in very different markets.
Evan Davis meets "appreneurs" trying to make money in a marketplace where traditonal business rules do not apply.
Evan Davis concludes his survey of the UK's infrastucture.
In the first of two programmes, Evan Davis gets access to some hidden parts of Britain to explore our infrastucture.
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