4366 minutes in category Economy
In 1948, German philosopher Josef Pieper predicted that society was headed for a dystopia he called ‘Total Work’. With most of us in 2017 working too long, missing social events, […]
A new crop of ultra-luxurious New York high rises are vying to be the next hot “it” building and are attracting billionaires from nearby as well as abroad.
Supermarkets in Britain make huge profits, underpay farmers, exploit their own staff and cause a lot of harm to consumers and retailers.
Ryan shot this video over a few visits to Grandt Mason’s atelier in the Cape Town suburb Woodstock. He welcomed him into his workshop and revealed a world he had […]
The story of a 4th generation farmer and seed cleaner who went toe to toe with Monsanto. Since Monsanto began selling their patented “Roundup Ready” genetically modified seeds they have […]
One factor: the world’s largest eyewear company, the Italian firm Luxottica, controls a big chunk of the business. You could easily be spending hundreds and hundreds of dollars for a […]
The super-rich are maximizing property value in the heart of London as never before. But they’re not building up, they’re digging down, creating mega-basements or ‘iceberg homes’ – nicknamed because […]
Soliris is a life-saving drug, with a half a million dollar a year price tag. Patients are fighting for the government to foot the bill, but not challenging the drug […]
Around the globe, experiments are conducted with alternatives for the existing social security system that has become stuck. People no longer believe in centrally organised long-term planning: change can only […]
Should Qatar Host The World Cup? – The reality of abuse and exploitation for Qatar’s migrant workforce.
In Qatar, 4000 workers will die to put on the 2022 Football World Cup. This staggering figure indicates the slave-like conditions the builders of football’s most expensive construction project are […]
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