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Safety Concerns Rise as Businesses Closing in Athens Center Leaves Immigrants Unemployed

According to recent data released by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the city center of Athens has seen an increase in businesses closing...

First 6 Months of 2016 Bring Another 16,994 Greek Business Closures

Greece's Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism pointed to the closure of 16,944 businesses in the first six months of 2016, following the closure of...

Greece: Dozens More Companies Set to Tank by the End of 2016

Market experts analyzing the financial crisis in Greece have said that they believe that around 50 significant companies can be expected to go bankrupt...

Cyprus Could Attract Investment Fund Managers Following Brexit

Cyprus could attract investment fund managers following the UK decision to leave the EU, Cyprus' Investment Funds Association President, Angelos Gregoriades has told CΝΑ. The decision...

Greek Companies Among the Best Workplaces in Europe

Five Greek companies made it to the list of 100 Best Companies - Great Places to Work. The official awards ceremony took place in...

Greece’s Biggest Supermarket Chain, Marinopoulos, Risks Default

Greece's biggest supermarket chain, Marinopoulos, is currently undergoing restructuring in a inopportune time, as there appears to be a growing friction between suppliers and creditor banks. Suppliers,...

Greek Authorities Investigate Ericsson Staff Over Corruption Scandal

On Sunday the Swedish telecom giant, Ericsson, announced that Greek authorities have summoned seven unnamed former employees on suspicion of corruption. The announcement comes just...

Fraport Greece Moving Forward in 14 Regional Airports, Welcomes Ratification of Contracts

On Monday, the Greek parliament concluded ratification of contracts for the concession of 14 regional airports, a move welcomed by Fraport as they noted that this is...

ThinkBiz ‘Cruise Inn,’ a Chance for Young Entrepreneurs to Develop Their Startups

A ship full of positive youthful energy, drive and ambition kicked off its Aegean voyage. The passengers, all young Europeans, arrived at the port...

Survey Shows that 39 Percent of Greek Companies Want to Transfer their Activities Abroad

Thirty nine percent of Greek companies are considering the transfer of their headquarters abroad, almost double compared to last July when capital controls were...

Greece’s Most Powerful Cargo Ship Owners

Recent reports show that the global economic crisis has negatively impacted the navy industry and especially the commercial transport via cargo ships. However, according to...

CampusBus at the American College of Thessaloniki

On February 4 and February 5, 2014, the Anatolia School of Business of the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) hosted CampusBus as part of...

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