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Global currency traders may be fixing the '4 p.m. Fix'

Jan 30, 2014
Currency traders are suspected of using a little known number called the "4 p.m. Fix" to manipulate one of the world's largest markets.

Down and out, the Irish turn to tech

Sep 23, 2013
It’s thought Ireland is home to around 500 tech startups.

Ireland five years after Lehman

Sep 13, 2013
Five years after Lehman went bust, Ireland is still grappling with the effects of the global crisis.

Job Wanted: French Turn Resumes into Street Art

Sep 3, 2013
A group of unemployed workers in France developed a new tactic to put themselves in front of potential employers.

France shrugs as the government promises jobs

Aug 21, 2013
France is emerging from recession, but struggling to reduce unemployment.

French workers strike for the right to work on Sundays

Jul 26, 2013
As France is weighed down with economic trouble, a new group of employees from two large hardware store chains is demanding to work more.

It's all in a cycling team name

Jul 23, 2013
To attract the interest of more casual viewers, the business of cycling may have to change -- specifically the way cycling teams are named and are able to engage with fans.

On Bastille Day, what's to celebrate?

Jul 12, 2013
The French Revolution -- and much of the France we know today -- was born at a time of economic crisis and famine.

How the Tour de France might keep us watching

Jul 5, 2013
Will the Tour lose viewers after seven-time winner Lance Armstrong admitted to widespread doping last year?

New planes not just high tech, they'll be more crowded

Jun 24, 2013
New planes are not just high tech, they'll be more crowded.