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Do you need cash for your business idea? Dragons Den 2012

Last Year’s Dragons’ Den was record breaking, attracting more viewers than ever before. New Dragon Hilary Devey arrived, arched her shoulder pads and firmly established her place amongst the revered business leaders, and some of Britain’s best entrepreneurs gained the cash they desperately needed to turn their business fortunes around. Now it’s 2012 and [...]

The story of Bill Roedy, the man behind MTV.

What makes business rock?

Bill Roedy, the man behind MTV, gives a preview of his new business memoirs documenting how he built a single channel into the largest media network in the world.
Its global audience is the envy of the world’s media corporations, with a network which included 200 channels and 200 digital properties in 175 [...]

OSCAR Introduces Marketing Initiative for Franchisees

Running her business for five years Clare Muir, from Hampshire, took up a new OSCAR marketing initiative that has helped her to see the bigger picture on how to promote and refocus the image of her business.
“Even after running a successful OSCAR business for five years I still needed to know more and a new [...]

Monetizing the Changing Marketplace

In 2008, 525 magazines folded in the United States and this trend shows no signs of slowing in 2009 with approximately 90 additional magazines shuttering in the first quarter alone. What do these closures mean?Aside from the thousands of jobs that have been eliminated, it means advertising revenues are decreasing as well - Myers Publishing [...]

Growth Industry - Pet Food in the UK

The only ‘crunch’ word at pet food manufacturers, Oscar, is for their pet customers to be tucking into a bowl of healthy food. Repeat business is just another strength of an Oscar franchise opportunity and for pet owners to cut back on vital necessities, at a difficult financial time, may eventually prove to be more [...]

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RSS BBC World Business Report

  • WBR: Wall Street Update 10 Jun 15 June 11, 2015
    Bank of England governor Mark Carney calls for tougher prison sentences for those who manipulate the markets, and New York proposes mandatory salt level warnings on restaurant menus. Plus our daily look at the markets with Doug McIntyre of 24/7 Wall Street.

RSS Peter Day's World of Business

  • In Business: Medellin Miracle 21 May 15 May 21, 2015
    Medellin used to be one of the most dangerous cites on earth; with a reputation for kidnapping and murder, as well as a thriving drugs trade. Now Colombia's second city has become a top global tourist destination. Peter Day reports on a remarkable transformation.
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    New York City has its own Silicon Alley and Manhattan is fast becoming a hub for high tech start ups. Peter Day talks to the entrepreneurs trying to make it in the Big Apple by taking advantage of the brain power no longer locked up in banks and the advances faster and smarter computers can offer.

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RSS You and Yours

  • YYHighlights: Deliveroo and Airport VAT
    Just why do airport shops and pharmacy ask to see your boarding pass; and how you can get food from your favourite eat-in restaurant delivered to your door.