Bankruptcy of a 'Brazilionaire'

The fall of an icon - Brazil's top tycoon Eike Batista puts his oil company into bankruptcy protection. Is it a sign of the bursting of the Brazilian bubble?

The new governor of India's central bank tells the BBC where he wants to see the value of the Rupee.

Going thirsty - fears of an international wine shortage - too many wine drinkers in the world and not enough vineyards. Is the wine industry facing a production crisis? And can China save it?

We discuss the phenomenon of 'invisible' employees, and what companies should do with them, along with hydrogen-powered cars and dubious-smelling laptops.

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