Saga of a Croatian Polo Resort, Alleged Corruption and the European Parliament NEW
The story of a businessman's dream of building a Polo resort in Croatia and the defamation case against a member of the European Parliament who suggested that businessman is an "idiot."...
How Greece Hopes to Get Some Quick Cash NEW
Eurozone finance ministry officials will hold a teleconference on Wednesday to discuss progress on Greece’s reform proposals and the possibility of allowing it access to €1.2 billion which could offer the cash-strapped country a welcome li...
Facebook, Draghi and Cuba: EU Week Ahead March 23-27 NEW
A hearing at the European Union's top court involving Facebook and a trip by the bloc's foreign-policy chief to Cuba on on the agenda this week.
Donald Tusk Falls Foul of Some With His European Summit Style NEW
The new European Council president's style ruffles a few feathers.
Russia, Libya and Iran — and a Summit: EU Week Ahead March 16-20 NEW
High-stakes diplomacy this week for European Union diplomats -- and a summit to finish the week.
Greece’s Yanis Varoufakis Paris Match Photoshoot: Twitter Reacts NEW
Yanis Varoufakis’s lavish photo spread in French lifestyle magazine Paris Match sets the twittersphere on fire...
Get Receipts, Win a Car: How Greece’s VAT Lottery Plan Worked in Portugal NEW
Greece has been mocked for coming up with unusual measures to tackle tax evasion. Here's how one its its ideas -- a VAT lottery -- worked in Portugal.
Collapsed Shipping Market Weighs on Greek Competitiveness NEW
The collapse of the global shipping market is a big reason Greece still runs a trade deficit.
Greece, France and the ECJ: EU Week Ahead March 9-13 NEW
The week ahead for the European Union includes finance ministers' meetings and a ruling from the European Court of Justice on a transatlantic merger blocked by the European authorities.
Weak Euro Already Lifting European Exports to U.S., Says UPS NEW
The weaker euro is already boosting shipments handled by UPS from Europe to the U.S., says the company's chief financial officer.
Where’s Cathy? What Has Happened to Ashton’s Role in Iran Talks? NEW
The EU's former foreign policy chief was supposed to be in the midst of the nuclear talks with Iran. She isn't.
Greece’s Pension System Isn’t That Generous After All NEW
Greece is upcoming under renewed pressure to cut pensions, but they actually aren't that generous.
NATO Countries Said They’d Boost Military Spending–But Will They Really? NEW
NATO countries have promised to boost military spending to meet the Russian threat, but a new study finds a different trend.