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  1. 29/11/2014

    The Business Daily team looks behind the headlines to find out what's really going on i...

    First broadcast: 29 Nov 2014

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  2. Germany's Economy: Is the Crown Slipping?

    Is Germany's determination to balance its budget hurting the Eurozone?

    First broadcast: 22 Nov 2014

  3. Monetising Online Content

    Top tech entrepreneurs share their insights on how to make money out of publishing online

    First broadcast: 15 Nov 2014

  4. Kilkenomics 2014

    Economics and comedy at the Kilkenomics festival in Kilkenny, Ireland

    First broadcast: 08 Nov 2014

  5. Has QE worked?

    Has quantitative easing worked in the US?

    First broadcast: 01 Nov 2014

  6. Cities and Migration

    Can our cities cope in the face of rapid urbanisation?

    First broadcast: 25 Oct 2014

  7. Career Change

    From tennis star to businessman. Boris Becker talks about his career change.

    First broadcast: 18 Oct 2014

  8. The End of the Oil Age?

    Is the age of oil drawing to an end?

    First broadcast: 11 Oct 2014

  9. Hong Kong: China's Bridge to the Global Economy?

    Does Beijing still need Hong Kong as its gateway to the wider global economy?

    First broadcast: 04 Oct 2014

  10. Climate Challenges

    Is economic growth compatible with protecting the environment?

    First broadcast: 27 Sep 2014

  11. Scottish Referendum

    We head to Edinburgh, in the wake of Scotland's referendum

    First broadcast: 20 Sep 2014

  12. Predictions

    What is the point of economic forecasts?

    First broadcast: 13 Sep 2014

  13. Scotland's Future?

    What makes a strong independent nation and does size matter?

    First broadcast: 06 Sep 2014

  14. Raising Funds for Tropical Diseases

    How to pay for treatments for neglected tropical diseases

    First broadcast: 30 Aug 2014

  15. The Future of Food

    How will we feed the future population of the world?

    First broadcast: 23 Aug 2014

  16. Sex and Drugs

    Making money from products with a controversial image, such as marijuana and sex toys

    First broadcast: 16 Aug 2014

  17. Wikipedia: The future of learning?

    We consider the future of learning with Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales

    First broadcast: 09 Aug 2014

  18. An Entrepreneurial State?

    The state has a role in shaping markets of the future but should it?

    First broadcast: 02 Aug 2014

  19. Sanctions: The Politics of Embarrassment?

    In the Balance takes a closer look at economic sanctions.

    First broadcast: 26 Jul 2014

  20. We’re All Content Creators Now

    In the Balance considers the growing argument between book publishers and Amazon

    First broadcast: 19 Jul 2014

  21. Beautiful Game, Final Frontier

    This week we're dealing with the dreams of nations: World cup woes and space economies

    First broadcast: 12 Jul 2014

  22. Peace, Love and Higher Returns

    This week we pitch our tent at a financial festival to host a whole range of discussions

    First broadcast: 05 Jul 2014

  23. The Fear Gauge

    The financial and political threats that could throw global markets off course

    First broadcast: 28 Jun 2014

  24. Africa's Oil Boom

    Is Africa ready to make the most of its oil and gas boom?

    First broadcast: 21 Jun 2014

  25. Brazil: The Last World Cup?

    Will Brazil 2014 be a game changer for the World Cup?

    First broadcast: 14 Jun 2014

  26. Infobesity

    Is technology surrounding us with more information than we can possibly use?

    First broadcast: 07 Jun 2014

  27. Africa: Risks and Rewards

    Does high risk mean high reward for investors in Africa?

    First broadcast: 31 May 2014

  28. Global Healthcare

    Is there a crisis in global healthcare?

    First broadcast: 24 May 2014

  29. Minimum wages

    Will raising minimum wages end wage stagnation?

    First broadcast: 17 May 2014

  30. China's Economy: Does Size Matter?

    China's economy will overtake the US as the world's largest this year, statisticians say

    First broadcast: 10 May 2014

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