Business Unusual

The best disruptors are focused on customers not products, they use technology rather than fear it, they create new opportunities often where regulations don't exist and they are backed by those with deep pockets and an appetite for risk. Colin Cullis presents stories of Business Unusual - those people and companies driving the next industrial revolution.

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Two high tech weapons, one guaranteed to kill and one guaranteed it won't


Technology promises to make everything better, but can it reduce accidental firing and ensure ethical kills?


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 2017-05-24  11m
 
 

The tools that were supposed to make life easier could be putting us at risk


A phone, a PC, a TV, a car - odds are you have one and odds are you have no idea how they work.


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 2017-05-17  10m
 
 

Numer.ai wants to use AI and collaboration to beat the stock market


A US start-up founded by South African Richard Craib could be the hedge fund to watch.


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 2017-05-10  8m
 
 

Bitcoin bonanza offers SA investors the chance to make a quick buck


On April 2 a Bitcoin was worth $1079. By May 2 it was worth $1428.  


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 2017-05-03  10m
 
 

The story of General Electric and how a light bulb came to represent a good idea


The history of General Electric is the history of electric lighting and after 125 years they may be selling it.


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 2017-04-29  11m
 
 

5 year-olds may never get a car licence


Cars might not only be autonomous by 2030, new drivers will probably not be allowed to drive.


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 2017-04-19  11m
 
 

The best way to listen to music is to hire it


The industry noted for being significantly disrupted by technology is getting its groove back.


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 2017-04-12  12m
 
 

Working from home or from the office, which is best?


We tend to have strong views on whether people should work in offices or remotely. This will help you decide.


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 2017-04-05  15m
 
 

Who should be allowed access to your encrypted data?


There are growing calls for governments to be given access to people’s data.  Is that fair?


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 2017-03-29  10m