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The Bulletin with UBS, 29

Sunday 26 April

We look back at the IMF/World Bank spring meeting and investigate the so-called “super taper tantrum”. We’ll hear what the impact of this is likely to be and how it might have reshaped the emerging market landscape.

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The Entrepreneurs, 184

Wednesday 22 April

We visit the handmade bicycle show Bespoked, meet the CEO of Gousto – who predicts the future of ingredients-delivery services – and head to Vienna to investigate the employment prospects of Austria’s ex-offenders. Plus the…

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Business

The Bulletin with UBS, 28

Sunday 19 April

In a special edition of the programme Paul Donovan, UBS global economist and author of new book ‘The Truth About Inflation’, explains how investors can make better decisions to achieve the real returns they need.

Global

Business

The Entrepreneurs, 183

Wednesday 15 April

We discuss the global rice industry and management tips with Karan Chanana of The Amira Group, profile the future of cycling innovation with the inventor of the Freestep bike and the Winkreative team look at the business…

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Business

The Bulletin with UBS, 27

Sunday 12 April

Ahead of Q1 corporate earnings season, we explore why Eurozone companies are poised to outstrip their US counterparts for the first time in many years.

Global

Business

The Entrepreneurs, 182

Wednesday 8 April

Henrietta Lovell explains her journey with Rare Tea Company, restaurateur Martin Morales shares his top management tips and Jessi Baker introduces Provenance, a new platform for sharing the stories of products.

Global

Business

The Bulletin with UBS, 26

Sunday 5 April

What are the investment implications of the forthcoming general election in the United Kingdom? We mull the economic consequences of different outcomes, from fiscal-policy implications to potential market reactions.

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Business

The Entrepreneurs, 181

Wednesday 1 April

We meet Bob Kunze-Concewitz, chief executive of classic Italian spirits maker Gruppo Campari, who discusses the company's centuries-old heritage and successful acquisitions strategy. Plus: a family ceramics business in…

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Business / Management

Seat of power

Thursday 26 March

As the battle for control of Japanese furniture company Otsuka Kagu reaches a climax, the family members at the heart of the feud represent a major issue facing corporate governance in Japan today says Monocle’s Fiona…

The travails of Otsuka Kagu, one of Japan’s biggest furniture retailers, have gripped the press here for months now. At the centre are two protagonists: the 71-year-old founder of the company, Katsuhisa Otsuka, and his 47…

Business

The Entrepreneurs, 180

Wednesday 25 March

We meet the president of Detroit-based heritage brand Shinola, visit two European food startups - Frutomania in Kosovo and Foodscovery in Italy - and the Winkreative team discusses Chinese luxury brand Shang Xia.

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