[On-Site Report] More and more people are heading outdoors as a safe way to spend their free time during the pandemic. This episode features a prefectural government's efforts to draw in tourism business by attracting campers and introduces a real estate company that is finding a new market for remote plots of land located across Japan's mountains and forests.
[In Depth: "Shadow Hedge Fund" Behind Losses at Major Banks] Major financial institutions are facing huge losses after the failure of a relatively unknown fund. The US firm took on a massive bet under the radar that went bad. We explore what happened and the hidden risks that have been revealed.
[Global Trends: Airline Soars Despite Turbulent Times] Airlines around the world are reeling as travelers stay home amid the pandemic. But one carrier in Africa has been a standout success, raking in profits while most other firms in the industry struggle. How has it managed to pull it off? We take a look.
An influx of campers to the surrounding area has increased sales at local stores and is helping to revitalize the community
Recently, many outdoor enthusiasts in Japan are starting to purchase plots of heavily forested land in rural areas to use as their own private camp sites
Ethiopian Airlines has gone from ferrying passengers to shipping vital medical supplies to support both its business and the African continent
The firm plans to continue adapting by starting to transport vaccines using special refrigeration units