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In the US whistleblowers now get cash incentives, will more come forward?
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The prospects for business in Burma and, do Chinese communists make the best capitalists?
How might China's new leadership change the way its markets work?
Can South Africa rise to the challenge of being a Brics country?
Why the smartest young people in the Gulf states want jobs in the public sector.
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
Food production needs to rise 70% by 2050, are giant foreign farms in Africa the answer?
Will smartphone apps be as important in the development of civilisation as hay?
Will cutting five out of every six Greek tax collectors solve Greece's economic crisis?
German unemployment is at a 20 year low, the deficit is down and exports up 10%. Why?
How will China tackle endemic corruption and rapidly growing inequality?
The winners and losers in quantitative easing, and how to write that resignation letter.
Are we about to be hit by a new oil shock? What would higher energy prices mean for us?
Have managers of hedge funds, not their clients, soaked up most of the industry's profits?
Why do we worry about internet privacy? Isn't data farming the price for free services?
One year on from the tsunami, is reconstruction money helping Japan's economy?
Some of the poorest nations often have vast mineral wealth so why aren't they richer?
Is structural reform really a euphemism for making it easier to fire people?
Has the US economy reached a turning point? And should the working week be just 20 hours?
With hundreds of eurozone banks on life support, will there be another credit crisis?
Is the rise of Greece's underground economy further damaging its state finances?
Gold has an incredible allure but does it have a role in the modern financial system?
As the violence continues, what's happening to business and business people in Syria?