Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will head to Berlin tomorrow to ask for an E.U. rescue. Germany will likely have the final say on any bailout, but German officials already aren't keen on the idea. Christopher Werth reports.
The German airline Lufthansa has asked a judge to step in and stop a four-day strike by pilots that began today, which some estimate is costing the carrier up to roughly $34 million a day. Christopher Werth reports.
When the folks at Davos knock off for the day, when workshops on the future of capitalism are done, there's no shortage of things to do. The nightlife goes on into the wee small hours. Christopher Werth reports from some of the piano bars in town.
During last year's financial upheaval, officials from top banks in the U.S. and Europe were conspicuously absent from the World Economic Forum. But with Obama's newest bank proposals, they can't afford to stay away. Christopher Werth reports.