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As Japan tries to cope with the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis, Evan and his guests ask how business can prepare for the unexpected.
Stephanie Flanders and her panel of top guests discuss how their businesses cope in a 'slow growth' environment and what's gone right for Germany
Stephanie Flanders brings together business experts to discuss the ramifications of Libya and lateness.
Evan and his guests explore if industry awards do more than stroke egos and why you should continue researching when times are tough.
Stephanie Flanders asks her CEO guests about how the hyperconnected world is changing their business - and if you should bet on a hunch.
Evan Davis and guests discuss the science of business logistics and customer service.
Evan Davis and guests discuss new forms of marketing and the role of optimism in business.
Evan Davis is joined by top executives, including Deborah Meaden from the Dragon's Den, to discuss market share and corporate jargon
Evan Davis is joined by a panel of chief executives to discuss the US economy and how companies decide which events to sponsor
Evan Davis is joined in the studio by top business guests to discuss the art of reviving brands and to chat about conferences.
Evan Davis cuts through the confusion of modern life to find out what's really important to consumers and businesses: the gimmicks, the people, the products - and the relationships.
Evan Davis is joined in the studio by top business guests to discuss the fear of technology and the difficulties of working with people you don't like.
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