During his final European tour, President Obama plans a speech in Athens, the birthplace of democracy, to show US solidarity with the EU.
Greece and its creditors start a fresh round of talks on reforming its labor market, a tricky task for a government sliding in opinion polls.
Pierre Moscovici, European commissioner for economic and financial affairs, weighs in on the Greek economy.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of the Greek New Democracy opposition party, says that the current government is "pretending to implement real reforms."
Syriza has set Greece’s economy back two years, the leader of the country’s main opposition party said, as he called for snap elections.
Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister, discusses his view that the Greek government's hands are tied by financial institutions.
Europe is at risk of disintegration and this could come at great human cost, Greece’s fiery former finance minister warned on Tuesday.
Wolfango Piccoli, co-president at Teneo Intelligence, says that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' disagreements with financial authorities are unhelpfully "wasting time."
CNBC's Julia Chatterley discusses what look set to be key issues at today's meeting of European economy and finance minsters in Bratislava.
Joan Hoey, regional manager for Europe at Economist Intelligence Unit, explains why she believes Greece will likely leave the euro zone, when looking at the prospects from its third bailout program.
The new pipeline project represents the biggest foreign investment ever to take place in Greece.
Construction on a $45 billion gas pipeline to supply energy to Europe begins Tuesday. It's the biggest foreign investment in the Greece's history.
At the IMF spring confab, the debt crisis in Greece that plagues the euro zone will be a topic of discussion. Is a deal even possible?
Conditions for refugees stranded in Greece are worsening as tensions rise. Security concerns have caused some NGOs to temporarily withdraw.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of Greece's New Democracy, accuses the current prime minister Alexis Tsipras of ruining the country's reputation.
Divisions over how to cope with the flood of migrants is threatening the EU's global standing. Will it diminish its ability to tackle reform?
After investing billions in Greek banks, Ross and other US investors are watching assets evaporate as the economic turmoil heats up — again.
After the poorest voter turnout since WWII, the new prime minster has 100 days to implement austerity measures for Greece. Can he succeed?
Giorgos Stathakis, former minister for economy, infrastructure, shipping & tourism for SYRIZA, explains why he's confident the new government can implement the bailout program.
Theodore Fessas, chairman of Hellenic Federation of Enterprises, discusses how he doesn't see Greek businesses leaving the country to prosper elsewhere.