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UK rate setter Andrew Sentance says near-zero interest rates must rise to fight inflation
How long can America remain the world's pre-eminent economic power?
What will happen if Greece does default on its debt?
How do you get funding for your small business when the banks won't lend?
Do your clothes mean business? Business Daily discovers how to dress for the office
How companies pay big money to get their products in movies and on television
Reporting from Louisiana and London on the long-term effects of the BP oil spill
How innovation is now regarded as the key to economic growth
Is economics the weapon that will finally unseat Colonel Gaddafi?
Leading architect of the euro, Otmar Issing warns of disaster if Spain needs a bailout
Will global warming lead to economic opportunities for the northern hemisphere?
Irish billionaire Denis O'Brien explains why he invests in remote and difficult places
How soon can Ivory Coast's key cocoa trade begin to get back to normal?
Why Power black-outs could go on for five years, according to Japan's economics minister
Why shouldn't the Zimbabwean government take control of foreign firms?
Portugal has said it will ask for an EU bailout but is debt the real problem?
Why is the Galleon Trial different from previous insider trading trials?
Is airport expansion essential for business growth?
What happens to business deals when regimes fall and are we entering the new Middle Ages?
Will meltdown in Japan interrupt China's nuclear expansion?