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Apple Profits Drop

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 24 April 2013

It is still the most profitable technology company but Apple's biggest test is to keep growth rates up, especially in Asia.

The fake twitter message that cost some investors millions of dollars in losses on Tuesday: we hear why it pays not to believe everything you read.

We hear extracts from the BBC's interview with Lloyd Blankfein, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs.

As the Indian cricket season gets underway we have a report from Calcutta asking if cricket is losing it's commercial shine.

Plus if Scotland had a currency of their own, what would it be?

Special guests Michael McDonough of Bloomberg in Hong Kong and Eduardo Porter, author of The Price of Everything in New York, give their expert analysis. And Eduardo talks about the idea that there is a price behind every choice that we make, whether we're deciding to have a baby, drive a car, or buy a book.

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