BP and Compensating for Deepwater Horizon

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BP asks a New Orleans judge to temporarily suspend compensation payouts for Deepwater Horizon.

No let up in the flow of cheap money, Ben Bernanke confirms that the Federal Reserve tap won't be turned off until the economy recovers.

As the global face of Formula One is charged with bribery we ask if the wheels about to come off Bernie Ecclestone's 60-year career?

Why it's a bad time to be a retailer, but a good time to be a shopper in crisis-hit Spain.

And why the EU is accusing Google of not doing enough to encourage competition in its search results.

We talk to the researchers who has devised a way to charge mobile phones using... wait for it... human urine.

And as Royal baby fever hits we find out how many businesses are already cashing in.

We're live throughout the show in Sydney and New York with Sean Turnell of Macquarie University and Bloomberg's Diane Brady.

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