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.

NYTimes, WSJ Greek Bailout Skeptics

Two prominent American newspapers, The New York Times (NYT) and the Wall Street Journal, published an article each on the developments in Greece, on...

Greeks Trust Fakelaki and Rousfeti

In an opinion piece entitled The Euro’s Morality Lesson which it compares the financial situation of Germany and Greece, New York Times columnist Roger...

Strong Bilateral Relationships Between Greece and USA

During the meeting between US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Greek FM Stavros Lambrinidis at the State Department, Clinton underlined bilateral relationships between...

US Government Supports Greece’s Tough Choices

US Secretary of State, John Kerry, expressed the support of the U.S. government and its solidarity with the Greek people, during a meeting on...

2013 Concordia Summit to Attract World Leaders in New York

The Leadership Council and Co-founders of Concordia, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting public-private partnerships, announced that the third annual Concordia Summit will be...

U.S. Backs Cypriot Confiscation Tax

The U.S. Department of the Treasury has applauded a bailout of Cyprus' economy by international lenders that includes confiscating up to 80 percent or...

White House Meeting to Discuss Financial Aid to Greece

White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and prominent members of the Greek-American Community discussed the possibility of U.S. aid to crisis-stricken Greece, with...

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...

Clinton’s Son-in-Law, Co-founder of Hedge Fund Loses Money on Greek Recovery

Bill and Hillary Clinton's son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky is the Co-founder of a hedge fund that lost money as the fund focused on the recovery...

ND Vice President Meets with Greek Businessmen in New York

Vice President of Nea Dimocratia political party, Dimitrios Avramopoulos met with Greek businessmen in New York during his last visit in the USA. The meeting...

AHEPA Initiatives to Help Relieve People in Debt-Ridden Greece

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA), a leading membership-based association for the nation's three million American citizens of Greek heritage and Philhellenes, will...

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