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World Bank's Zoellick: Eurozone is worldwide problem

by Jeremy Hobson Jun 14, 2012
The World Bank's outgoing president, Robert Zoellick, says that four years after eurozone debt became a problem, the world is entering a new and more precarious phase of the crisis. Listen to our full interview with him here.
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World Bank names Jim Yong Kim as new head

by Andrew Walker Apr 17, 2012
The World Bank is getting a new president. Jim Yong Kim, who's currently the head of Dartmouth College, will be taking over the Washington-based global lending institution beginning this summer.

World Bank directors to decide on new leader

by Gretchen Wilson Apr 16, 2012
Today the World Bank's directors are picking a new new president. The U.S. has nominated one candidate, and historically the American choice gets the job. But for the first time, there's another contender -- from the developing world.

Departing World Bank president looks back

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 12, 2012
After five years, Robert Zoellick is about to step down as the president of the World Bank. He discusses the changing role of the organization in today's global economy.
BBC World Service

U.S. picks a nominee for head of the World Bank

by Andrew Walker Mar 23, 2012
President Obama has announced his choice for the U.S. nominee to lead the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim. Judging from history, Kim is likely to win the role.

Who will be the new head of the World Bank?

by Scott Tong Mar 23, 2012
The head of the World Bank has always been an American, and typically, a white male, banker, diplomat type -- but this time might be different.
BBC World Service

Race to find new World Bank leader could take power from U.S.

by Andrew Walker Mar 21, 2012
How would the IMF and the World Bank really change if the new leader was appointed from a developing nation instead of the U.S.?

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PODCAST: Yahoo! or Yahoo?

by Mary Dooe Jan 18, 2012
News of Jerry Yang's exit from Yahoo after 17 years may mean that the company will have to fine tune its vision. Home Depot has just announced it's going to hire 70,000 seasonal workers over the next few months, but…
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World Bank predicts slower growth in 2012

by Adriene Hill Jan 18, 2012
Fears about the possible recession in Europe and a slowing rate of growth in developing nations could mean a grim outlook for 2012.
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A Private Sector for the Public Good in Egypt

by Dash Wasserman Jun 22, 2011
The World Bank may not have anticipated the Arab Spring uprisings, but they claim to have a plan for the future. They've announced billions of do...