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. The associated articles and videos are available here

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A recap of the subjects covered on Business Unusual so far


There are almost 100 episodes of Business Unusual now, in case you missed some, here is what you can find.


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 10 August 2017  12m
 
 

What 30 years of data tells us about the past and future of the super wealthy


Changes to the Forbes Rich List is like a financial history of the world, reflecting economic booms and busts.


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 02 August 2017  9m
 
 

Everything you need to know about the dark web, but were too afraid to ask


The recent closure of two illegal online marketplaces selling contraband has put the dark web back in the spotlight.


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 26 July 2017  11m
 
 

The Alibaba Group does not see itself as a company but an economy


Alibaba founder Jack Ma says the future is his biggest competitor and he wants young entrepreneurs to help him succeed.


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 19 July 2017  10m
 
 

If a minimum wage is a good idea, what about a maximum?


Salary caps are not new, but wage gaps have never been this big, perhaps this is how could we address it.


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 12 July 2017  10m
 
 

What the Google fine might say about the future control of the internet


How an organisation you may not have heard of controls the internet and may be needed to control more of it. Correction: the audio states the fine was R35 trillion, it should be R35 billion.


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 05 July 2017  8m
 
 

Half this article will no longer be true in the future


Humans acknowledge that change is inevitable, but resist it anyway.  


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 28 June 2017  10m
 
 

Update: Amazon gets wider, Uber gets a flat and Bitcoin is losing currency


A mid-year update on the companies we have profiled on Business Unusual.


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 21 June 2017  10m
 
 

Minecraft, a game that could one day get your child a job


There is a lot of great educational software, but these games are not only good for children.


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 14 June 2017  13m
 
 

Dynamic pricing - a buzzword that may see you pay more


Your shopping habits may reduce your chances of getting the best deals.


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 07 June 2017  12m