- North America sales falling.
Swedish multinational telecom giant, Ericsson, posted fourth quarter profits of SEK 6.3 billion, 30 percent down from the same period a year before.
- (7:03 min)26 januari kl 16:08
Beggars on display as art
"At the Malmö Konsthall, two beggars from Romania have landed at the center of an art exhibition. Radio Sweden`s Dave Russell found out more by speaking to Anders Carlsson, the leader of the art and theater group, Institutet.""Equality's not possible."
What if you were to walk into an art gallery and see not paintings, not sculptures, or anything like that, but actual people on display?
- Now in rural areas.
At least 9,933 people reported being targeted by identity theft last year, up by almost half from the year before.
- Police investigation underway.
Emergency services and the coast guard managed to contain a mystery oil spill near Gothenburg harbour late on Sunday.
Reacting to the new left-wing government in Greece, Sweden's finance minister says she is mainly happy the neo-Nazi party did not get more votes.
- Employers already looking for staff.
Winter and slush outside, but Sweden's employers are looking ahead to the summer. The adverts to fill summer vacancies are piling high at the national employment service.
- Allegations he misused the company jet.
One of Sweden's most influential businessmen, Sverker Martin-Löf, is to leave all of his directorships, the investment company Industrivärden has confirmed.
- More than 1.5 million Swedes have student loans.
Those who have student loans will need to pay more than double the penalty fee. The National Board of Student Aid is raising its late payment penalty from 200 kronor to 450.
- 21 januari kl 14:45
In the tiny town of Kosta, right in the middle of Småland's art glass region, lies a micro dairy where two people take the craft of hand making butter very seriously. Patrik Johansson and Maria Håkansson make all their butter themselves and they say that the difference between their butter and industrial butter is huge. Patrik and Maria put their churning on pause to speak on the phone from Kosta with Radio Sweden's Ryan Tebo."It's a reaction to the industrial, digital world."
Patrik Johansson and Maria Håkansson, known as the Butter Vikings, hand-make artisanal butter in their little dairy Kosta Mejeri in southern Sweden, and their butter is used by what has been called the world's best restaurant.
- More money than to Alzeimer's association.
The national assocation of people who describe themselves as having electromagnetic hypersensitivity (Elöverkänsligas Riksförbund) gets millions of kroner in state support every year, despite the condition not being recognized by doctors or researchers.
- Taxes or fees to finance their reforms.
The Social Democrat Finance Minister, Magdalena Andersson, says her new study shows there is even less money in the state coffers than she thought.
- Say no proof it was their fault.
Two managers who were found guilty of driving an employee to suicide will have their case taken up by the appeals court.
- (5:01 min)19 januari kl 15:12
"Oe of Sweden`s most prominent business leaders, Peter Wallenburg, died today. Swedish Radio`s business editor Sören Granath joined Radio Sweden`s Nick Chipperfield in the studio to explain more about Peter Wallenburg`s legacy."Leading Swedish businessman for decades.
One of the most powerful men in Swedish business, Peter Wallenberg, has died.