STRESS and burnout were among the topics that dominated the business news this week.

A Bournemouth University graduate who suffered a heart attack at his desk wrote a LinkedIn post which triggered a debate around the world about whether people are filling their days with too many Zoom meetings.

Our other top stories included the prospects that Bournemouth might plunge down a league table of the “city” areas with the highest economic growth.

We told how BH Live is expecting to make substantial losses this year; how cruise is expecting seven cruise visits this summer; and how a skin care product manufactured in Poole could play a part in protecting more men from a rising rate of skin cancer.

Listen to the clip below to hear business editor Darren Slade take you through the week’s key developments.

And to read the stories in full, click on the following links.

BIC operator BH Live to make 'substantial loss' this year

Poole to welcome seven cruise visits – including three by the world's largest square-rigged sailing ship
Bournemouth economy drops in UK Powerhouse league table

Men's skin protection range LifeJacket made in Poole

Viral LinkedIn post by Jonathan Frostick prompts advice on burnout

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