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What Is: EURIBOR

As Europe's Central Bank looks to cut rate targets into 2013, all eyes turn to the key reference rate for the continent's major banks. Read More »

Berlin: A Journey into Modern History, Part 1

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Berlin is a sprawling, modern city with many fascinating sites evoking the cataclysmic events of the 20th century. Read More »

The Euro In Crisis Part 4: The Macedonian Captivity

The European Central Bank played the great confidence game and one choice cost Greece, and the Euro, nearly everything. Read More »

The Euro In Crisis Part 3: The Macedonian Captivity

Storm clouds loom over Athens as Greece struggles to satisfy its troika of foreign lenders and create new growth. Read More »

The Euro In Crisis, Part 2: “All the Kings, Their Horses, and Their Horses’ Horses”

Eurozone nations need every King, horse, and man they can find to patch their crumbling banking sectors together again. Read More »

Something is Rotten in the Eurozone

The French and Greek elections showed faith in far-Left policies to correct the financial crisis. Did the British do the same? Read More »

Music Review: Europe – Bag of Bones

Europe won't win any prize for innovation on its ninth album, but it's an excellent must-have one for classic hard rock fans. Read More »

Corruption in Spain is a Worrisome Issue

Over the last decade, corruption cases in Spain have increased significantly. Spaniards regard corruption to be a major problem, and 93 percent believe public administration to be corrupt. Read More »

For the Love of Brunch

Brunching has got to be one of the best inventions people have ever come up with. Read More »

Book Review: Letters to Zerky: A Father’s Legacy to a Lost Son…and a Road Trip Around the World by Bill Raney and JoAnne Walker Raney

Both a memoir and a memorial, these collected letters and diary entries recount one family’s adventurous journey, attempting to drive around the world in a VW bus. Read More »