Metropolitan areas of the United States are outpacing some substantial national economies - including Australia.
From decay and poverty to new industry and jobs, times are changing in Detroit. Dateline meets those determined the city will bounce back from bankruptcy.
Greece's public broadcaster was shut down mid-broadcast by the troubled government, but staff were determined not to be silenced.
House prices in Gaza have trebled in four years, but the unlikely property boom is also widening the gap between rich and poor.
With strict sanctions on Iran, SBS's Dateline finds that smuggling has become the only way for many to make a living, but it can be a dangerous business.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has scaled back its near-term forecasts for economic growth, saying mining investment was unwinding faster than expected and a pick...
Many small businesses have welcomed the Coalition's promise to cut the company tax rate by 1.5 per cent.
Former treasurer Wayne Swan believes the Australian economy is well placed to handle the transition from the mining investment boom.
The Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has called for the diversification of the Australian economy to take up the slack left by what he said was a slowing in the...
Shadow treasurer Joe Hockey fears the local economy is losing momentum, despite a better export performance.
In the current global financial crisis, austerity has become a term of abuse "” one that connotes unnecessary pain and suffering on the part of already-hurting...
After learning last week that an economic paper widely referenced in major political discussions actually contained significant errors, Jonathan Borwein and David...
India's passenger car sales shrank for the first time in a decade, falling 6.7 percent in the year to March, hit by a slowing economy and high interest rates, a...
Nearly 30 years after the Cocos Islands voted to become part of Australia, the locals say they’re being denied a future in their own land.