Radio Sweden's coverage of business and the economy.
The social media giant Facebook will build another server center in Sweden's northern town of Luleå, Swedish Radio News reports.
Read more Facebook to add second server center in Luleå
A survey suggests that a clear majority of Swedes want to keep subsidising wind power.
Read more Survey: most support wind power subsidies
Sweden's finance minister has told corporations that they have to demand more equality in the board room as part of their self-regulation. Otherwise he will bring in a law to force them to have more women at the top of their companies.
Read more Finance minister calls for more corporate equality
When it comes to borrowing money, fewer Swedes are taking out payday loans: easy-to-get, short-term loans that often saddle borrowers with high interest rates. But new figures show that more young people are getting short-term loans and falling behind on payments.
Read more More young Swedes in debt with short-term loans
Supporters say it is a once in a lifetime deal bringing growth and hundreds of thousands of jobs on both sides of the Atlantic. Detractors claim it will destroy hard-fought consumer protection laws in the EU and is an attack on democracy itself. With a fourth round of negotiations between the EU and US set to begin in Brussels next week, Radio Sweden investigates why TTIP, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, is dividing opinion.
Read more Growing opposition to EU-US free trade deal
Lost sounds are to be gathered, so they can be used in music and computer games.
Read more Museum in search of lost sound
The impact on Swedish investors of the Ukraine crisis will be limited - because most companies took their money out of the Russian area around the 2008 Georgia crisis, says the chair of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Russia and the CIS.
Read more Swedish money wary of Russia investments
The Swedish Pensions Agency is struggling to get a hold of 356,000 people living abroad who are entitled to Swedish pension but have not provided the agency with a recent address.
Read more Thousands abroad entitled to Swedish pension
Sweden's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 3.1 percent during the fourth quarter of 2013 compared with the same period the previous year.
Read more Sweden's economy enjoys surprise spurt
Swedish export of goods dropped by 7 percent in the past year according to new figures from Statistics Sweden. The amount exported to Great Britain went down by 21 percent and the amount exported to the US dropped by 10 percent.
Read more Swedish exports fall by 7 percent
An employment service office in southern Sweden has admitted to having fiddled with their unemployment figures for over ten years, Swedish Television SVT reports. Former employees at the employment service office say they filed unemployed people as employed to skew the figures to make them appear better than they actually were.
Read more Employment service fiddled with statistics
Last springtime saw an outbreak of rioting in the Stockholm suburbs. Unusual by Swedish standards, it saw cars and some buildings for several nights in a row. Many are worried that this is a sign that the poverty-stricken outskirts of the city are becoming more separated from the wealthy centre. Radio Sweden reports on an art project that aims to bring the two sides of Stockholm together, by creating giant murals.
Read more Can art bridge the Stockholm social divide?
Sweden exported over a fifth more weapons in 2013, with big sales to countries including Thailand and Saudi Arabia responsible for the boost.
Read more Weapon exports up 22 percent
Five top executives at truck maker Scania bought shares in the company a short time before Volkswagen announced it was interested in buying up the shares.
The bosses include the CEO of the company. If Volkswagen's bid is accepted their shares will be worth millions of SEK more than they paid.
Read more Scania bosses bought shares before VW offer
Scania has formed an impartiality committee to review the bid by German automaker Volkswagen to buy the remaining shares in the Swedish company, news agency TT reports.
Read more Impartiality committee to weigh in on VW bid