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June 24, 2015 New York City's real estate boom translates to colossal compensation for property moguls.
Crain's New York Business - îFitch Ratingsî forecast in a report last month that more money could flow into real estate in 2015 than at any time since the fin de siÃ¨cle years of 2006 and 2007. With the sun...
June 24, 2015 John Chen has BlackBerry back in the gameSource: CBS News
A few months after being named chief executive of BlackBerry (BBRY) in 2013, John Chen declared on Bloomberg TV that he wasn't "crazy" to take on the seemingly impossible task of breathing new life into a company many Wall Street...
Economia e Finanza con Bloomberg - The îStoxxî Europe 600 Index fell 0.5 percent to 396.73 at 10:58 a.m. in London. Greeceâs ASE Index snapped a four-day winning streak, falling 3.4 percent, for the biggest...
Pension funds are getting in on the activism action with a record number of shareholder proposals already this year. However, that may not be a good thing. A new report indicates that in the past, shareholder-proposal activist...
LONDON - European shares edged higher on Wednesday as investors anxiously awaited fresh talks aimed at averting a Greek default, while the dollar held on to most of the previous day's gains on prospects of higher U.S. interest...
Source: Wall Street Journal
The euro posted its biggest daily percentage decline against the dollar in three months as a resolution to the latest installment of Greece’s debt crisis appeared at hand and as a Federal Reserve official bolstered confidence in...
An index of euro-area factory and services unexpectedly rose to the highest in more than four years this month as growth gained momentum in Germany and France, the bloc’s two largest economies.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has 48 hours to bring a deal with his country’s creditors to the finish line and end a five-month standoff over aid that risks splitting the euro.
June 22, 2015 Greek Financial Crisis: All You Need to KnowSource: Newsweek
The long-running Greek financial crisis appears to be coming to (another) decisive point. Greece owes 1.6 billion euros to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by June 30. The Greek state apparently does not have the cash to pay...
Source: Yahoo News
LONDON (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Friday there was no clear evidence that adopting international accounting rules made the bloc's banking crisis worse and that its benefits outweighed the costs.
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