Michael Shayne is a private detective who is disliked greatly by Pete Rafferty, local chief of police detectives. Rafferty notifies the newspaper press that he is going to close Shayne's agency, just as Michael is about to be hired by the wealthy Eleanor Ramsey, who is being blackmailed. She is the stepmother of what she considers to be two grown-up brats, Dorothy and Ernst, and she considers their father to be of little value to the world himself. They all conspire to get their hands on her money, even to the extent of attempting to hire Shayne to frame an insurance robbery. Mrs. Ramsey is murdered, and Rafferty is trying to pin the killing on Shayne, despite the fact that suspicion points to Buell Renslow, brother of the slain woman. Shayne's secretary, the fetching Phyllis Hamilton, decides to do a little detective work to help her boss.
Rosuke Narumi works at a trading company and he is pretty good at his job. He dates Satoko Matsubara. The trading company has a business relationship with a private high school experiencing some difficulties. One day, Rosuke Narumi is appointed as the principle of the private high school. Rosuke Narumi soon discovers how different the work environment is from his previous job. So the school can run in the black, Rosuke Narumi implements cost cutting measures. School staff members including Chihiro Mashiba oppose his plan.
Family Business was an American reality TV series produced for the cable network Showtime. Based in Los Angeles, the series focused on the pornography industry and the life of Adam Glasser, a reality porn star and video director who uses the stage name "Seymore Butts". Also featured on the series were his son, Brady, along with his mother, Lila Glasser, and his older cousin, Stevie Glasser, both of whom help Adam run the eponymous "family business" of the series, which in this case is a successful porn video production and distribution house in the San Fernando Valley, known for the "Seymore Butts" line of videos. The series first aired in 2003. In Canada it is broadcast on The Movie Network, Movie Central, and Showcase Television, in the UK on Channel 4, and in Latin America on FX. The first two seasons are currently available on DVD in North America. The series ran for four seasons. The series won the 2005 AVN award for 'Best Alternative Release'.
Family business. Can little children train a grown-up? How much time do you need to put five kids to bed? Can you make a business out of your family?
The Business is a Canadian television series, which airs on The Movie Network in Canada and IFC in the United States. The plot of the show centres on Vic Morgan, an adult film director of a low-budget softcore pornographic series similar to Girls Gone Wild. He attempts to become a legitimate film maker after having converted to Judaism to be successful in the entertainment industry. Season one depicts the production of his first independent film and the difficulties along the way with an undisciplined production staff, poorly skilled actors, and an eccentric Japanese investor. Season two follows the company following the success of its first film as they search for a follow-up project. The series is filmed and produced in Montreal by Philms Pictures, and has a predominantly Canadian cast.
Isabel Vilela is about to fulfill one of her greatest wishes. She’s been married for a year with the cheerful Danilo when she realizes that she’s pregnant on the eve of a romantic trip. Isabel’s professional life is also booming, with financial help from Danilo, she’s about to inaugurate her own architecture firm
Tricky Business is an Australian television drama series first broadcast on the Nine Network on 14 May 2012. Filmed in and around Wollongong and Sydney, the program is produced by Screentime with the assistance of Screen Australia. The Nine Network has ordered 13 episodes, with more to be determined by audience reception.The series premiered in New Zealand on 4 September 2012 on TV3.
She's single, beautiful and wears clothes that are a bit flashy, but she never smiles in front of her clients. Machi is a real-estate saleswoman who is known for closing the deal no matter who the client is--100% of the time. "There isn't a house I can't sell." She sticks her nose in the private issues of her clients and uses a vast range of tactics to help solve their problems... and sells the house while she's at it! "The kind of home you live in becomes a true reflection of your life." Because the home itself can sometimes even change your life, Machi will pour her heart and soul into finding the right home for you. "Being a real estate agent means having your clients surrender their life to you."
'AMP Business was an early morning business program hosted by Nadine Chalmers-Ross airing on TV ONE in New Zealand. The show was followed by Breakfast. From 1997 to 2007 the programme was hosted and co-produced by Michael Wilson. During this time it was called Telstra Business, TelstraSaturn Business, TelstraClear Business, Business and ASB Business. Wilson went to TV3 in October 2007. allegedly because he was unhappy with network executives changing the time from 6.30-7.00 to 6.00-6.30. He allegedly claimed he would not to be able to get good interviewees and that the decision was made by American consultants without his input. The show was called Breakfast Business until NZI gave their name to the relaunched show. In 2011 the show was sponsored by AMP and was called AMP Business. In early 2012 it was announced that the show will not return in 2012 and that Nadine Charlmes-Ross would just present business updates throughout the breakfast morning show on TV One.
Today's Business was a business news programme aired on CNBC Europe from 6-7am CET between January 2001 and March 2007. The programme was originally based on the CNBC U.S. morning programme Today's Business, which was later replaced by the programme Wake Up Call. The European Today's Business was presented by Steve Sedgwick. The programme, affectionately referred to by some presenters as "TBiz", featured a look ahead to the day. Segments included a review of yesterday's business, a news headlines round-up, as well as early results. The programme also linked up with CNBC Asia for continuing coverage of the Asian session. The programme was renamed from "Today's Business Europe" in May 2003. While the title was only slightly altered, the programme was reduced from two hours to one. While Today's Business Europe had been presented in front of CNBC Europe's video wall, the new programme was presented from behind a desk. The programme ended its run on March 23, 2007 and was replaced on March 26 by a new show, Capital Connection, co-anchored by Maura Fogarty at CNBC Asia in Singapore and Sedgwick in London.
Today's Business is a show on CNBC that aired in the early morning, 5 to 7AM ET timeslot, hosted by Liz Claman and Bob Sellers, and it was replaced by Wake Up Call on Feb 4, 2002. The show gives news that will probably affect the trading day ahead. Today's Business was the equivalent program on CNBC Europe. It ended on 23 March 2007 and was replaced by Capital Connection. There was also a program on CNBC Asia called CNBC Today, but it was replaced by Asia Wake Up Call.
History's Business is a program on the History Channel. In it, a host interviews CEO's about the history of their companies. It runs on Sunday mornings. The current host is Geoffrey Wawro, Olinto M. Barsanti. Previous hosts include Austan Goolsbee and occasional guest host Steve Forbes. Corporate Guests have included the heads of: ⁕French's ⁕Smith and Wesson ⁕Norfolk Southern ⁕The Plaza Hotel ⁕Cummins ⁕Cadillac ⁕Monster.com ⁕Green Giant ⁕Pitney-Bowes ⁕Washington Mutual ⁕Timberland ⁕Waste Management ⁕Bergdorf Goodman ⁕Dr. Pepper ⁕Dow Jones ⁕Best Western
Mona Chalabi hosts a new kind of talk show, breaking down the financial machinery behind the most important issues of our time.
Usapang Business is the business television show created by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs and aired on ABS-CBN and ABS-CBN News Channel, the format of the weekly newsmagazine program that aired Tuesday nights after The World Tonight features innovative businesses that are on the fast-track in the Philippines. This is aired from 1996 to 2002.
Dicey Business is a 2006 grand production drama by Television Broadcasts Limited.
Monkey Business is a long-running TV series about the exploits of various primates who reside at Monkey World, a rescue centre and sanctuary for primates in Dorset, United Kingdom. The series features Jim and Dr. Alison Cronin, directors of Monkey World, as they travel around the world rescuing primates from lives of abuse, and returning them to Monkey World. Their goal is to rehabilitate the rescued primates and allow them to live in as natural a habitat as possible, being part of a group and living with friends of their own kind. The series was narrated by Chris Serle. Jim Cronin, MBE lost his short battle with cancer on March 17, 2007 at Cabrini Medical Center in Manhattan. Born and raised in New York Jim moved to England and worked at various animal parks/zoos, and then in 1987 he leased an old pig farm and converted it, with his long term friend Jeremy Keeling, into what is now a 65 acres sanctuary, Monkey World. The series was made by Meridian Broadcasting and ran for 9 series on both ITV Meridian and Animal Planet. Previous season episodes can also sometimes be seen on National Geographic Channel. After ten years of successful production of Monkey Business, first filmed by Tigress and then Meridian ITV, Monkey Business culminated in a 3-part series called 10 Years of Monkey Business.
Business Tonight is a business news talk show on CNBC until c. October 1997. The show was hosted by Sue Herera.