Unemployed Greeks Have Chance to Work in US

Unemployed young people from countries such as Greece and Cyprus will have the chance to work in the USA for a year, in the...

New Ambassador of USA in Oslo is Greek- American

  A Greek-American businessman, Giorgos Tsounis, who lives permanently in Long Island, New York, received a personal proposal from President Barack Obama, to be the...

Greek 2013 Exports to the U.S. Market

A recent report published by the Office for Economic and Commercial Affairs at the Consulate General of Greece in New York focuses on the...

Calamos: 2014 Global Economic Outlook

By Calamos Investments - Entering 2014, we expect a good year for global equity and convertible markets overall. The major global economies look positioned to...

John Catsimatidis to Invest in Greece

Greek-American businessmanJohn Catsimatidis, one of the wealthiest Greeks of diaspora plans some important investments in Greece. According to Greek newspaper Kyriakatiki Dimokratia, Catsimatidis has expressed interest in buying...

Calamos: Global Economic Review & Outlook

The global economy can maintain its slow recovery trajectory, supported by accommodative monetary policy and low inflation.The U.S. is in the middle innings of recovery, China is positioned for a soft landing, and conditions in the euro zone and U.K. are increasingly favorable.

NYT: Greek Orthodox Rally Support for Troubled Home

Under this title, the U.S. newspaper “New York Times” features an extensive article about the efforts of the Greek-American community in New York to...
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John Calamos: “Lessons from Greece”

By John P. Calamos, Sr. I have long believed opportunities exist in all market environments. Progress seldom occurs linearly, and there are always hurdles to overcome....

Calamos: How Do You Know It’s a Stock Picker’s Market?

By John McClenahan/Calamos Investments In our most recent Global Economic Review and Outlook, we described 2014 as the year of the fundamental investor with macro...

Green Giant EFP Raises Minimum Wage to $17/Hour

Earth Friendly Products has raised the minimum wage for its employees to a stunning $17.00 per hour. This announcement by the world's largest green cleaning products manufacturer came on Earth Day, highlighting the core values of caring for its customers, its employees and our planet, implemented by its late founder Van Vlahakis.

Steve Forbes on the Greek Economic Crisis

One of the leasing US publishers, Steve Forbes, went to Athens in mid June for the Greek Power Summit. In his interview in...

NYT: Greek Elites Are Starting to Feel the Pain

“In Greece, Elites Are Starting to Feel the Pain” is the title of the article by the U.S. newspaper “New York Times,” mentioning that...

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