Greek citizens pulling money from banks

May 16, 2012
With a new general election on the way in Greece and the country's membership in the European Single Currency in the balance, people in Greece are trying to keep their bank accounts from losing value if ever the euro is dropped. Greece's central bank chief says depositors pulled about $900 million about of bank accounts Monday alone.

Where the new Greek election leaves Europe

May 15, 2012
Prof. Matthias Mattjijs discusses how a new Greek election might affect the eurozone.

Greece hurls Europe back into crisis mode

May 14, 2012
Greece struggles to form a government after many voters rejected pro-austerity parties. Reneging on its promises could mean an exit from the euro.

Markets worry as Greece struggles to form government

May 9, 2012
Once again investors are focusing on Greece as the nation tries to form a coalition government. It looks like more turmoil is on the horizon.

Greek police officers, vehicles for rent

Apr 10, 2012
The new scheme could help the police force raise money and stop the taxpayer from footing the bill.

Some German tax experts to volunteer advice to Greece

Feb 27, 2012
Some volunteer tax experts from Germany want to head to Greece for a series of tax collection workshops to help Greece increase its revenue, but Greek tax officials aren't happy with the idea.

What do we owe Greece?

Feb 23, 2012
Commentator Angelo Tsarouchas puts a price tag on what Greece has given the world.

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Greeks channel financial woes through song

Feb 17, 2012
As Greece faces yet another deadline to adopt more austerity measures and reforms, some Greeks have turned to satire and song to express their frustration and fury over the country's continued economic misery.

Greece: Where's the money?

Feb 15, 2012
Many Greek citizens say they cannot bear any more austerity. Some are wondering what happened to all the money they borrowed in the first place. 

Key French bank slashes its Greek debt

Feb 15, 2012
BNP Paribas, France’s largest bank, cut the value of its Greek debt by 75 percent. Markets were fine. Does that offer a glimmer of hope in the crisis?