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Robert Duhaime’s employer denies bullying, but Workers’ Compensation Board has ruled differently.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Took his own life after being bullied on the job
It conquered our planet and today chewing gum is fighting just to survive.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: The sticky story of gum
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Belle has a voice inside her head that torments her with messages of self-hate. She turns to food to feel better.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: The eating disorder voice inside
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S7E21 - Marching Orders: Household Products Invented by the Military
This week, we look at products invented by the military. The military has influenced more technology than any government, agency, business or organization in history. From the appliances in your kitchen, to the big screen in your living room, to the car you drive, you’d be surprised how much of your world is military-inspired.
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S7E20 - Avon Calling: Door-To-Door Marketing
This week, we explore the art of door-to-door sales. From encyclopaedias, to makeup, to vacuum cleaners, many corporations were built on the shoe leather of direct sales. It was a tough way to make a living. But the best salespeople never met a door they couldn't open. We’ll even look at the famous names in Hollywood that started out as door-to-door salespeople. The list may surprise you…
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S7E19 - Colour Schemes: How Colours Make You Buy (An Encore Broadcast)
This week, we look at the use of colour in marketing. Colours play a bigger role in your purchasing decisions than you may think. They can make you feel a certain way about a brand, and even encourage you to open your wallet. A lesson The Beatles, Christian Louboutin and Tiffany know very well…
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S7E18 - Lemonade: Marketing A Negative
This week, we look at brands that aren’t afraid to celebrate their weaknesses. As a rule, no company ever wants to point a neon sign at its flaws. But there are a few brave advertisers out there who know there can be incredible power in a negative. Like a brand that advertises the fact that its product tastes awful, or another that boasts being second best.
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