This week: generalising from unicorns, schadenfreude, self-help manifestos or true eye-openers, we review for you 2020’s best business books.
This week: reducing the reliance on ad revenue, reducing the reliance on external partners: how big tech companies evolve their business models.
This week: we dive into the complex shadow world of trading location data from innocuous apps.
Working from home and big tech gains spark debate about taxes and taxation as we look to tackle the economic effects of the pandemic.
How are cities changing and adapting during the pandemic? We talk with urban geographer Dr Dallas Rogers on how COVID-19 is reshaping urban areas.
This week: Kishi Pan helps us unpack the world’s largest shopping event, China’s singles’ day, 11.11.
This week: Jevin West joins us to discuss disinformation in social media in the wake of the US election.
We look at how business models have changed in response to the pandemic with businesses seizing new opportunities, making emergency pivots or more sustained adaptations to how they deliver value for customers.
This week: after a flurry of contradicting announcements, we discuss if self-driving cars have finally arrived, or what it would take to get them here.
This week: we finally discuss gene editing and CRISPR, as the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes the women behind its development.