The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
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Will coal seam gas revolutionise Australia's economy?
Should we be worried about endemic corruption and mounting debts in China?
Will oil and coal reserves never be dug up due to fears about climate change?
Why one of the world's biggest oil producers faces spiralling inflation and food shortages
A bank intern died recently, after allegedly working 72 hours non-stop. Is this the norm?
How will Germany's economic policy shape up following Angela Merkel's landslide victory?
Business Daily comes from Hamburg in Germany, ahead of the German elections.
What do young Polish people make of their powerful neighbour Germany?
As the world awaits the tapering of QE, how will the financial squeeze affect jobs?
With the election of a new Iranian President, are hopes for change realistic?
Does this week mark the beginning of the end for the Fed's quantitative easing?
Five years on since the collapse of Lehman Brothers has the world of finance improved?
How cities around the world are making themselves more environmentally friendly
Nigerian director Obi Emelonye and Pakistani film-maker Parveen Bilal on money and films
Does discriminating in favour of the disadvantaged make them more disadvantaged?
Why computer firms are now offering bounties in a bid to beat the hackers
How can growth in the world's largest economy be a threat to global growth?
G20 host, Russia, champions an anti-corruption message. What kind of a lead can it take?
A forensic economist uncovers the real state of the Syrian economy.
The problem of ‘patent trolls’ – companies that buy patents- then use them to sue
What will determine how Germans vote when they go to the polls in three weeks time?