SYRIZA’s Dourou At Princeton, NYU

"We need a radical change in Greece and Europe," Rena Dourou, a Member of the Greek Parliament for the major opposition Coalition of the...

Fifth Greek Investment Forum Starts Tuesday in New York

The two-day 5th Greek Investment Forum commences today (Tuesday) in New York City with conditions forcing Athens to set the expectations bar quite low. The...

Greek Ambassador to the U.S. Criticizes Bailout Deal

The Greek Ambassador to the United States, Christos Panagopoulos, said that the reforms creditors require in order to sign Greece's third bailout will not...

Greeks Come To NY In Search Of Better Life Prospects

WNYC published an extensive report on Greek people leaving their recession-hit country and travelling to NY in search of a better future. The collapsing economic...

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...

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.

CNN: Greece’s Disappearing Middle Class

The CNN reportage about Greece’s disappearing middle class is included among October's most popular videos, which show how the financial crisis and the austerity...

The Hellenic Initiative: Clinton, Diaspora Support Greece

“Greece is back," Prime Minister Antonis Samaras told an audience in New York on Oct. 3 at a event organized by the Hellenic Initiative...

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.

Bernanke on Cyprus

“The situation in Cyprus is difficult,” said Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, during a press conference in Washington D.C. However, as he...

IMF Mum On Possible Papandreou Resignation

The International Monetary Fund declined to comment on speculation that Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou may resign Thursday, insisting uncertainty in the country must...

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...

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