Guardian.co.uk: The Business Podcast
The Business podcast: Fred Goodwin's knighthood shredded
It's bash-a-banker time. As the former RBS boss Fred Goodwin loses his knighthood, his successor at the bank has handed back his bonus. Nils Pratley and Jill Treanor discussKatie AllenJill TreanorNils PratleyPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: France, credit ratings and Occupy
The Occupy movement's philosopher-in-chief David Graeber examines the arguments for a debt jubilee in 2012Aditya ChakraborttyHeather StewartAngelique ChrisafisDavid GraeberPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Christmas economics and a review of 2011
Economist Joel Waldfogel explains why you shouldn't buy Christmas presents plus Larry Elliott and Simon Goodley round up a turbulent year in business and economicsKatie AllenLarry ElliottPhil MaynardSimon Goodley
The Business podcast: RBS report and rogue traders
John Gapper and Jill Treanor discuss a new report into the failure of Royal Bank of Scotland. Plus: we look at the history of rogue traders.Katie AllenJill TreanorPhil Maynard
The Business podcast extra: Jeffrey Sachs on economics and ethics
Jeffrey Sachs discusses the turmoil in the eurozone, the ethical issues underlying the financial crisis and his new book The Price of CivilisationMadeleine BuntingJeffrey SachsPhil MaynardMustafa Khalili
The Business podcast: Money, debt and the euro
Philip Coggan, a historian of debt crises, discusses the current turmoil in Europe and explores the nature of money itself and our changing attitudes to itTom ClarkPhil Maynard
George Osborne's autumn statement - podcast
Larry Elliott and Jackie Ashley join Tom Clark and Aditya Chakrabortty for a review of George Osborne's autumn statement on the British economyTom ClarkAditya ChakraborttyLarry ElliottJackie AshleyPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: executive pay
Deborah Hargreaves of the High Pay Commission discusses her report on the inequality of salaries in Britain with the Guardian's City editor Jill TreanorTom ClarkJill TreanorDeborah HargreavesPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: a million young people unemployed
Katie Allen, Dan Milmo and Giles Tremlett discuss stark youth unemployment figures. Plus we ask whether austerity is working in IrelandTom ClarkGiles TremlettDan MilmoKatie AllenPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Italy, the euro and Darwinian economics
John Hooper and Larry Elliott on how Italy became the latest EU economy to face attack on the bond markets and economist Robert H Frank discusses his new book The Darwin EconomyTom ClarkLarry ElliottRobert H FrankJohn HooperPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Living beyond our means
Sheldon Garon, author of Beyond Our Means and an economic historian at Princeton University, on why the UK and the US stopped saving and started spending in the second half of the 20th centuryTom ClarkPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: eurozone crisis
Larry Elliott, David Gow and Jill Treanor examine the three major issues on the table this week: Greece, European banks and the EU bailout fundTom ClarkLarry ElliottJill TreanorDavid GowPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Occupy London Stock Exchange
Danny Dorling discusses his new book Fair Play and how its arguments can inspire those who are protesting against wealth inequality in London's financial districtTom ClarkDanny DorlingPhil Maynard
The Business podcast: Is Europe's bailout fund a big enough 'bazooka'?
The European Financial Stability Facility is the bailout fund that the EU is hoping will be large enough to stave off the debt crisis in the continent. But as David Cameron calls for a big 'bazooka' to tackle debt we investigate ways of enlarging the...
The Business podcast at Conservative conference 2011: George Osborne...
Jonathan Freedland, Mike Cherry of the Federation of Small Businesses and Tim Leunig of Centre Forum discuss the chancellor's plans to get money flowing to small businesses, announced in his speech to Conservative party conferenceMichael WhitePhil...
The Business podcast: Labour's economic plan
The financial crisis proved terminal for Labour's 13-year run in office. As the party gathers for its autumn conference, its main objective is to regain the trust of voters on the economy. Tom Clark hears from delegates, commentators and economists in...
The Business podcast: IMF's warning on world economy
Guardian experts discuss the global financial crisis; Italy's downgraded credit rating; and baby-boomers' toxic legacy for younger generations. With Jon HenleyJon HenleyLarry ElliottJohn HooperTim Maby
The Business podcast: The Vickers report
Aditya Chakrabortty, Jill Treanor and Nils Pratley discuss the long-awaited Vickers report into the reform of Britain's financial sectorAditya ChakraborttyJill TreanorNils Pratley
The Business podcast: Fears of a new global recession
Markets have been in turmoil for days as central banks and politicians struggle to maintain confidence in major economies. Larry Elliott, Sukhdev Johal and Dominic Rushe discuss whether the world economy can avoid another crashAditya ChakraborttyLarry...
The Business podcast: US steps back from brink of debt crisis
A deal in Washington to raise the borrowing limit of the United States government has averted a major crisis, but has the damage to American credibility already been done? Nils Pratley, Peter Beaumont and Richard Adams discussAditya ChakraborttyNils...
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