August 30th, 2016
Episode 602 of 836 episodes
Why the greed of capitalism could spell trouble for society and the environment. Jane O'Brien reports on the popularity of all-you-can-eat buffets in the US, and psychiatrist and neuroscientist Peter Whybrow explains how greed might be good for the economy, but not the individual. And Lucy Kellaway on how bad behaviour in the office is becoming acceptable. Presented by Manuela Saragosa. (Photo: Hot dog eating competition on Coney Island, New York. Credit: Getty Images)
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