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Radio

Why I love The Bottom Line

Plus: the council being forced to cut nearly 4,000 jobs and Britain’s oldest salesman

13 June 2015

9:00 AM

13 June 2015

9:00 AM

Evan Davis’s series on business life, The Bottom Line (made in conjunction with the Open University), has become one of those Radio 4 staples, something that’s just there in the schedule and all too easily taken for granted. Productivity, contracts and contacts, the new appreneurs (creators and sellers of apps) are not subjects I feel the need to know very much about and the business pages of the newspaper usually get sent straight out for recycling.

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