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Even in Kenya, exiled Burundians fear for their lives

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Stormy Daniels's X-rated book attacks Trump's presidency - and manhood

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US-China trade war deepens as Beijing calls for global support

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Amnesty warns of 'horrific' violence in Cameroon's anglophone regions

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Maduro: Let them eat steak

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

The business show that goes beyond the numbers and the corporate jargon! Stephen Carroll breaks down major business stories and looks at how they affect our lives. Thursday at 4.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2017-11-30

The battle for balance: How workers struggle to switch off

It's been nearly a century since the idea of an eight-hour working day became popular in developed economies. But for many it's now an outdated concept - particularly as we spend more time connected via our emails and phones. Work-life balance is a challenge for both employers and workers. How can we get the best of both worlds?

Also in this programme:

  • Uber's IPO

With a multitude of crises on the horizon, is Uber's stock market debut doomed before it happens?

  • A star no more

We have a report from France's Burgundy region about why economics is forcing a French chef to give up his prestigious Michelin title.

By Stephen CARROLL , Bryan QUINN , Farah BOUCHERAK

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2018-09-13 People & Profit

Lessons from Lehman: Are we better prepared for the next crisis?

Ten years ago, the investment bank Lehman Brothers went bankrupt. The event came to symbolise the start of the global financial crisis. With more than $600 billion (€516bn) in...

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2018-09-06 People & Profit

Peso pressure: Argentina faces new economic crisis

What went wrong in Argentina? The peso has lost half of its value against the dollar this year - and the government's been forced to slash spending and impose new taxes in an...

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2018-08-30 People & Profit

French business & Brexit: Scottish minister tries to reassure French entrepreneurs

This week, we're with France's business leaders at the annual meeting of the country’s biggest employers' federation, Medef. In this show we'll talk about the spectre of Brexit...

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2018-07-19 People & Profit

Greece's new chapter: Athens prepares to exit bailout programme

The countdown is on as Greece prepares to exit its third bailout programme. But what state are its finances really in - and what challenges lie ahead? Kate Moody speaks to Craig...

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2018-07-12 People & Profit

Privacy challenges: Is 2018 a turning point for keeping data safe online?

2018 will stand out as a year when internet users got a shock about how their personal information is used online. The Cambridge Analytica scandal was a wake-up call for even the...

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