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  1. 04/12/2014

    The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.

    First broadcast: 04 Dec 2014

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  2. 03/12/2014

    The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.

    First broadcast: 03 Dec 2014

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  3. 02/12/2014

    The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.

    First broadcast: 02 Dec 2014

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  4. 01/12/2014

    The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.

    First broadcast: 01 Dec 2014

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  5. Russia's Troubles

    In the Balance assesses the challenges facing the Russian economy.

    First broadcast: 28 Nov 2014

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  6. Oil Price Fall: What Can OPEC Do?

    OPEC members are meeting in Vienna amid falling oil prices. Can it push them back up?

    First broadcast: 27 Nov 2014

  7. The Fracking Mindset

    The politics of fracking in the US, and what buying big buildings says about big money

    First broadcast: 26 Nov 2014

  8. India's Ponzi Rip Off

    Millions of Indians lose money, leading to poverty and suicide as ponzi schemes collapse

    First broadcast: 25 Nov 2014

  9. Child Labour in Bolivia

    Bolivia has passed laws allowing young children to work, raising human rights concerns

    First broadcast: 24 Nov 2014

  10. Global Brands: Think Local

    Global brands: Must they always adapt to their local market?

    First broadcast: 21 Nov 2014

  11. Arundhati Roy on Modi's New India

    Author Arundhati Roy sees a bleak future for India's poorest, even amidst economic reform

    First broadcast: 20 Nov 2014

  12. World Toilet Day

    Why one in three of the world's population do not have access to proper sanitation

    First broadcast: 19 Nov 2014

  13. Entrepreneurs: How to Pick a Winner

    Who are entrepreneurs and how do we help them turn ideas into blockbuster companies?

    First broadcast: 18 Nov 2014

  14. Japan Goes Back into Recession

    What's behind today's shock news that Japan has crashed back into recession?

    First broadcast: 17 Nov 2014

  15. G20 Summit: What's There to Cheer About?

    Leaders head to Brisbane, Australia for the G20 summit, but it's a gloomy agenda

    First broadcast: 14 Nov 2014

  16. Navigating Social Media

    The companies that get it wrong and the ones that get it right on social media

    First broadcast: 13 Nov 2014

  17. Banks Fined for Price-Fixing

    Banks fined £3bn for foreign exchange price fixing. Will it change things?

    First broadcast: 12 Nov 2014

  18. Worldwide Water Crisis?

    The risks of a global water crisis, as demand for food and from business outstrip supply

    First broadcast: 11 Nov 2014

  19. Foreign Exchange Banks Face Fines

    Bankers are accused of illegally fixing rates to extract millions in profit

    First broadcast: 10 Nov 2014

  20. Kilkenomics Festival 2014

    Standups and economists put the Irish economy under the spotlight.

    First broadcast: 07 Nov 2014

  21. The Oil Price Slide

    Oil Price: a 30% price slide in 3 months. Winners and losers, and how long can it last?

    First broadcast: 06 Nov 2014

  22. US Republicans Sweep Mid-Term Elections

    The US mid-term election results, and what a Republican Senate will mean for Mr Obama

    First broadcast: 05 Nov 2014

  23. The Commodities Slump

    Commodity prices have dropped 12% in the last three months. Why and who wins as a result?

    First broadcast: 04 Nov 2014

  24. US Congressional Elections

    US Congressional elections - how the economy might influence the vote

    First broadcast: 03 Nov 2014

  25. Cinema in China - Entering a Golden Age?

    Hollywood faces a new rival in China, but will they compete, or learn from each other?

    First broadcast: 31 Oct 2014

  26. Iraq: The Economic Cost of ISIS

    The Islamic State's invasion and bombings are exacting a heavy toll on the Iraqi economy

    First broadcast: 30 Oct 2014

  27. Tax Avoidance and Living the Dream

    The OECD takes on global tax avoidance. And the American Dream of SAP's Bill McDermott.

    First broadcast: 29 Oct 2014

  28. Race and US Company Management

    Is a 'Rooney Rule' needed to get more US black and ethnic minority business executives?

    First broadcast: 28 Oct 2014

  29. Europe's bank stress tests

    Did Europe's latest examination of banks' balance sheets ask the right questions?

    First broadcast: 27 Oct 2014

  30. Tim Berners-Lee on the Future of the Internet

    On his hope for new ways to break down national barriers

    First broadcast: 24 Oct 2014

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