Topic: Euro Zone
IMF doesn't just need a new leader, it needs a new mission focused on growth.
05/20/2011 02:36 pm
The International Monetary Fund’s managing director has traditionally been a European male, often a Frenchman. But with Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s resignation amid sexual assault charges, the job is available. A woman is among the leading candidates, and contenders from emerging markets may vie for the top spot. Here’s a look at the possibilities.
05/19/2011 03:25 pm
Lobbying has intensified for Dominique Strauss-Kahn's old job. Emerging economies may vie for the IMF's top spot.
05/19/2011 01:10 pm
The world's first cyberstate embraced austerity without whining even though its Soviet-era memories are still fresh.
05/18/2011 05:20 pm
Major gains by the nationalistic and socially conservative True Finn party are reshaping Finland's political landscape – and bringing skepticism about European Union values to the fore.
05/17/2011 05:19 pm
As Congress heads for a showdown on the debt ceiling, it should note a study that shows industrialized nations with lower debt did better during the Great Recession. The winner? Canada.
05/17/2011 12:46 pm
Stock market falls on technology slump. Nasdaq leads stock market lower with lowest close in nearly a month.
05/16/2011 05:58 pm
Dominique Strauss-Kahn was a key player in the negotiations. But the IMF has many able people beyond Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
05/16/2011 09:27 am
After rising more than 75 points on Tuesday, the Dow dropped 130 points on Wednesday
05/11/2011 06:19 pm
A year after being bailed out, Greece is on the brink of default. To save itself, it must dump the euro and stop coddling its citizens. European nations must give up the belief that the benefits of capitalism can be accomplished without individual responsibility, risk taking, and rewards.
05/10/2011 10:00 am