A former US Treasury Secretary blames America's huge debt on Bush not Obama.
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Can those popular hate figures, the world's bankers, deliver us from financial disaster?
How do religious organisations raise the cash they need?
The internet is abuzz with jokes about the state of the world economy - how bad is it?
As Steve Jobs steps down as CEO what's the future for Apple? And is Opec's power waning?
Can China's government balance its economic growth with keeping society stable?
Frank advice for Western economies from a key advisor to China's central bank.
Do Europe and the United States face a Japanese style lost decade of stagnation?
How healthy is the German economy? Are it's manufacturers worried about China?
Leading investor Anthony Bolton says China's bull market will return before too long
Could putting microchips in everyday objects create an 'internet of things'?
Nigeria's new finance minister says she has been threatened by 'vested interests'
Have financial markets lost faith in politicians' ability to handle their economies?
Take a ride on the Business Daily time machine to look at three visions for the eurozone
Are the financial markets behaving rationally? Plus, the decline in happiness at work
Can America cut its debt mountain without falling into a double-dip recession?
Could Germany lose its top-notch credit rating if it has to fund yet more big bailouts?
How worried should we be about the financial turmoil which has engulfed the markets?
Lesley Curwen explores the buildings we work in, from the low to the high rise
Does the world need a new global trade deal? Plus, marriage patterns and economics
Standard and Poor's says America's world beating credit rating is under threat
Is raising taxes the most efficient, though unpopular, way to tackle government deficits?
There is no programme today because of industrial action at the BBC