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The Entrepreneurs, 246

29 June 2016

Founded in 1860, Sunspel was a supplier of high-quality underwear to the British Empire; come the 21st century, Nicholas Brooke explains how he and his business partner reinvented the brand. Meanwhile, the oldest traditi…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 90

26 June 2016

We explore the potential and power of blockchain, regarded by some as the next big thing in financial technology and by others – those more familiar with the darker side of bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that blockchain was…

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The Entrepreneurs, 245

22 June 2016

In our adrenaline-fuelled world of billion-dollar unicorns and big exits, it’s easy to forget about the little guy. This week’s episode is all about the small and the slow – the advantages of David over Goliath; the tort…

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The late show

Entrepreneurial audacity has transformed a once desolate plot into a peerless late-night hive. Monocle meets Montréal’s marvels of change and other business night owls pitching up after dark.

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Mix it up

The merging of retail and residential can have a tremendously positive effect on a community. We visit Denmark and Japan to marvel at the diversity of multitasking buildings that owe their success to their synergy.

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The Bulletin with UBS, 89

19 June 2016

A special look at artificial intelligence, from the potential impact of smart automation to the way that robotics and humanoid creations can respond to and maybe even seek to replicate human emotions and cognitive processes…

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The Entrepreneurs, 244

15 June 2016

What’s the purpose of a business? What are its responsibilities to customers, employees and communities? We examine outdoor-clothing brand Patagonia as Rick Ridgeway climbs down a mountain to explain why sustainability is…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 88

12 June 2016

Wage rises are picking up in many parts of the world, especially the US, which powers consumer spending and helps companies. But wages are not yet rising so fast as to threaten profit margins and thus investor returns. We…

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The Entrepreneurs, 243

8 June 2016

Tucked in a narrow alleyway in Jerusalem is the city’s oldest tattoo shop, a family-run firm that’s been inking everyone from bikers to priests and pilgrims for hundreds of years. We meet the latest in a long line of family…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 87

5 June 2016

Our panel of global UBS experts explains how the zero-rate world has reshaped the landscape for investors. We’ll ask whether, with about a third of rich-world government bonds now offering negative yields, the time is right…

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The Entrepreneurs, 242

1 June 2016

We meet an ex-London banker who’s launched shoe company Sons of London to test out the direct-to-consumer business model. In San Francisco, Azhar Hashem, an ex-marketing executive at Google is creating a restaurant focused…

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