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The founder of a new credit ratings agency argues that the industry needs a shake-up.
Investor George Soros says too much austerity may condemn Europe to a 'lost decade'.
News from the World Economic Forum in Davos and the harsh climate for Greek business.
Why is the eurozone crisis keeping the governor of Nigeria's central bank awake at night?
The eurozone crisis has the world economy on a knife-edge says the IMF's Chief Economist
There seem many reasons not to invest in Pakistan - so why are businesses doing just that?
Why many African countries are facing fuel crises, plus lessons from football managers.
How will Germany's success affect eurozone negotiations?
The IMF wants half a trillion dollars more to rescue the world economy. But who will pay?
The battle to win food security. And is the Olympus scandal Japan's Enron?
The effect of threatened oil sanctions on Iranian businesses trading from Dubai.
Downgrades and a deadlock in bondholders' talks; how bad has the eurozone crisis got?
Hungary's travails and how the arms industry is responding to declining sales.
Why sky-high pay cannot boost performance plus why philanthropists give it all away.
Worrying scenarios of what might happen if a country were to ditch the euro overnight.
Should toxic loans be put into a so-called bad bank? Plus, India's retail dilemma.
How big a loss should Greek bondholders bear? Plus, a court battle between oligarchs.
Do hard times actually offer companies a chance to invest wisely?
Justin Rowlatt investigates Brazilian successes in fighting deforestation.
As Romney scrapes through in Iowa, the biggest issue in American politics is the economy.
The prospects and opportunities for the year ahead.
How do sponsors and taxpayers get good value for money when they pay for sports events?