What are likely to be the big business issues of the newyear?
So-called Letternomics, or what sort of shape economic recovery will the world experience; V, W or L, and in particular will Asia remain a big engine of growth?
Will economic recovery come with jobs, and is there much risk of a surge in inflation?
Also, bankers – is there any chance that financial sector employees will restore their reputations?
As the decade turns, we also discuss the big business developments of the last ten years, and try a bit of longer-term crystal ball-gazing, as we explore what might be the big business stories over the decade to come.
In this BBC broadcast, Jonathan Frewin talks to Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, and Daniel Franklin, editor of The Economist’s World in 2010 magazine.
[First broadcast on BBC World Business News]