ATHENS - In a move sure to increase pressure on Greece's flailing banks, the European Central Bank on Monday decided not to expand an emergency assistance program, raising fears that Greece could soon go completely bankrupt.
In the first public discussion of the merger announced Friday, Aetna executives made no predictions on how Hartford employment would change but said they expect the size of Humana's Louisville workforce will not shrink at all, and might grow.
I well remember the furrowed brow of President Chirac, sitting amidst the splendid gilt furnishings of the Elysee Palace, as I explained to him in May 1998 why I thought the Euro would not work as Europe's leaders intended.
SAN FRANCISCO Equity markets around the world fell on Monday and U.S. oil prices tumbled 6 percent after Greece overwhelmingly voted against conditions for a rescue package and on unprecedented measures in China to staunch massive recent losses ...
WASHINGTON, July 6 The International Monetary Fund told Greece on Monday it could not provide funds to countries that had missed payments due to the international lender, an IMF representative said.