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Greece takes over as EU president

Jan 1, 2014
Greece takes over as president of the European Union today. Marketplace host, David Gura talks to the BBC's Mark Lowen in Athens about what the country's tenure could look like.
Posted In: Greece, EU, European Union

Ukraine: Protests in cities, outrage in villages

Dec 24, 2013
This past weekend, somewhere near 100,000 demonstrators took to the streets of the capital city, Kiev.
Posted In: ukraine, Kiev, EU

Compared to its neighbors, more job prospects for youth in Germany

Dec 17, 2013
Youth unemployment sits at almost 24 percent across the EU. But in Germany, it's less than 8 percent.
Posted In: Germany, Unemployment, EU

Ukraine decides between east and west

Nov 29, 2013
As Ukraine ponders its economic future, both the EU and Russia are courting its economic power.
Posted In: ukraine, EU, free trade

Congress, EU not impressed by Google’s new privacy policy

Feb 3, 2012
Didn't just click through without reading it, evidently
Posted In: Google, privacy, EU

EU investigating Samsung for antitrust

Jan 31, 2012
Turns out those patent suits are bugging more than just Apple
Posted In: samsung, patents, apple, EU, European Union

Britain refuses to join in European treaty changes

Dec 9, 2011
An agreement among almost all of the European Union members was made in Brussels today, but Britain has decided to stay out of the plan, and insists that official EU institutions do as well.
Posted In: Europe debt crisis, david cameron, fiscal union, EU

Why does the EU want U.S. dollars?

Dec 2, 2011
Marketplace Money Senior Producer Paddy Hirsch explains why Europe needs dollars instead of euros as the EU tries to sort out its financial problems.
Posted In: EU, Eurozone, dollar, Europe debt crisis, European Central Bank

Samsung appeals European ban

Aug 15, 2011
Well, speaking of patents and technology and lawsuits and devices, let's check in with Europe. That's where Samsung really wants to sell its...
Posted In: apple, EU, Europe, galaxy tab, iPad, samsung, tablets

Microsoft cloud data policy ruffles Europe

Jul 6, 2011
Microsoft confirmed that data on its European servers can be handed over to American investigators because of the Patriot Act. This can be done wi...
Posted In: cloud, EU, Europe, Microsoft

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