Papandreou’s Harvard Post Draws Fire

Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s appointment as lecturer at Harvard University had many of his countrymen wondering if he was the right person...

Greek Journalist’s Unpaid Tale of Woe

Greek journalist Kostas Tsapogas, who used to work at the newspaper Eleftherotypial before being fired - after he went unpaid for months while the...

Congresswoman Maloney, Greek-American Leaders Recommend Ways to Send Remittances to Greece

Greece relies on more than $800 million in remittances each year, yet recent capital controls at Greek banks have blocked access to those funds.

FT: Worrying Predictions for Eurozone Living Standards

The Financial Times published an article revealing a startling prediction that was made by the European Commission. According to the author of the article,...

Greek Exports Gaining in American Market

Greek product exports to the USA have shown an increase of 20.88 percent in the first semester of 2012, according to the American statistics...

Calamos Viewpoints: Markets Climb the Wall of Worry

*By Gary Black/Calamos Wealth Management The short-term worries that troubled U.S. equity investors in August have continued to melt away—that is, they seem to...

White House Watching Cyprus Drama

Worried that a possible collapse of Cypriot banks could trigger market jitters, the U.S government is monitoring a pending vote by the Cypriot Parliament...

Rice’s Statements on Cyprus

In a news briefing, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice, when asked if  Cyprus' rescue could be a model for other crisis stricken-countries, stated that, "The...

New York Times Article: Greek Default would be Catastrophic

  According to a recent New York Times newspaper, a default by Greece would be a catastrophe for Greece, for its European creditor banks and for...

Biden Says U.S. Backs Greek Hopes

A few hours before the Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras, enters the White House to meet with the President of the United States of...

Harvard Professors Study on Greece’s Recovery

Harvard professors, Kenneth Rogoff and Carmen Reinhart, estimate that the time required for the recovery of the lost revenue during a banking crisis is...

Greek Day at the NYSE

Costis Hatzidakis, Greece's Minister of Development, Competitiveness, Infrastructure & Networks of the Hellenic Republic visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Nov....

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