ATHENS, Greece— A Greek journalists' union and the government have condemned the arrest of a journalist over an opinion column about a member of parliament. Right-wing Independent Greeks lawmaker Rachel Makri made a libel complaint against journalist Despina Kontaraki over her comments in the Sunday edition of Eleftheros Typos newspaper.» Read More
Yossie Hollander is a founder and chairman of Our Energy Policy Foundation takes on a hard task of eliminating confusion when talking about energy.
Today's paper says we should have seen it coming. The facts were all there says Peter J. Tanous, president of Lepercq Lynx Investment Advisory. Were we really that stupid?
On Friday, Toys "R" Us Inc. pulled its IPO offering, facing declines in revenues, profits and comparable store sales. However, these are only symptoms of a larger issue facing the chain: a business model in desperate need of an overhaul.
The U.S. became a financial markets' triple threat in the first quarter, with equities, government bond yields and the dollar all rising in tandem—something that rarely occurs for any sustained period.
The once prosperous euro zone which was driving nearly one-fifth of the world's economy is now a wasteland, and it seems only U.S. President Barack Obama can save the region.
This CEO says it's time for business leaders to step up and lead the way to fix the nation's broken education system.
Many CEOs have not grasped the full impact of cloud computing on their organizations. One important area of oversight is the potential impact on the global tax position of the company.
Environmentalist Terry Tamminen argues companies do better when government uses its considerable buying power to help make the sustainable product market.
In logging its best first-quarter performance since 1987, the Dow set yet another all-time high. Yet this is far from the whole story.
After decades of gold ownership falling in and out of favor with the U.S. government, there is a more cost-efficient and simpler way to own gold.
The U.S. dollar index has increased over 5 percent since the beginning February. So what should your next move be?
Europe is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result. Isn't that the definition of insanity, asks Prof. Peter Morici?
The world's two biggest economies are very close in the Green Race. While many assume that the U.S. will retain its lead in innovation, China is closing in very fast and could even take the lead.
Cyprus would be better off to leave the euro than accept the terms of the bailout imposed by the European Union, International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank.
Compared to what had emerged a week earlier, this deal is a better technical outcome - both in what it contains and in what is left out.
There is a much simpler and faster way for Japan to stimulate economic growth. Economist Michael Ivanovitch tells you what that is.
As central as the office is to our lives, the debate over the benefits of working in or out of one had a tendency to veer toward extremes.
Benefit managers are desperate to get employee wellness programs off corporate America's couch and into action reducing medical claims.
To create environments in which all people can do their best work, women must be willing to chip away at self-limitations.
Announcing the U.K. budget, Chancellor George Osborne disappointed those who wanted to see a big change in the Bank of England's mandate. The pound strengthened a bit as a result, but I don't think those who are waiting to see it weaken will be disappointed for long.
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