Gangster rapper and entrepreneur 50 Cent.
Michael Robinson investigates the illegal practice of internet poker.
Online auction house eBay is said to be the fastest-growing company in history.
British companies spend millions on motivational courses for their staffs.
Split capital investment trusts hurt small investors the most.
The fashion industry uses a new kind of marketing.
Women executives face challenges from the male dominated establishment in the nation's financial centre.
Secret cameras reveal the connections between minicabs and crime.
The crisis facing the nation's pension schemes.
The collapse of the Enron Corporation leaves thousands of employees jobless and leaves their retirement plans in ruins.
As Britain prepares to decide whether to swap the pound for the euro, Clive Anderson tries to make his mind up.
While millions of small shareholders have lost their savings, financial advisors have made huge bonuses.
Sony and Microsoft battle to dominate the entertainment business.
Report on the dance music market, which is fast becoming the biggest youth market in history.
Smuggling illegal immigrants from Asia to Britain.
Britain's airports are at bursting point. The massive expansion required to tackle the problem may be good for the economy but would outrage environmentalists and local residents.
Shops and researchers track consumer's buying habits.
The crisis facing Britain's fishing industry.
Investigates tobacco smuggling, exploring how the trade has taken hold and who is responsible.
The team presents an inside account of the BP oil spill. Featuring a host of interviews with key industry insiders, including world exclusives with Bob Dudley, the new Head of BP and Tony Hayward, his predecessor.
The team presents an inside account of the BP oil spill; exclusive interviews feature Bob Dudley, the new Head of BP and Tony Hayward, his predecessor.