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How Ireland is draining billions of tax revenue from other countries.

Business bites: Ireland’s call casts a pall

How Ireland is draining billions of tax revenue from other countries.

Business bites: eurozone’s lament … Kiwis make a dent … Twiggy vents …

How's that quantitative easing program going? And other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: fear is here (again)

Sharemarkets plunge just about everywhere. And other business tidbits of the day.

The Greek deal may or may not be good for Greece. But it almost certainly is not good for the European Union.

Rundle: on Bastille Day, the EU’s headed to the guillotine

The Greek deal may or may not be good for Greece. But it almost certainly is not good for the European Union.

What would happen if we in the West realised how imaginary and counter-productive vast debt levels are?

Rundle: the real reason we’re afraid of a Greek default (hint: it’s not about Greece)

What would happen if we in the West realised how imaginary and counter-productive vast debt levels are?

If the wise heads who developed the euro had lived through the GFC and its aftermath, they would not have so discounted the importance of unique monetary policy for each unique economy within Europe, writes economist and journalist <b>Jason Murphy</b>.

It’s the end of the euro as we know it (and I feel fine)

If the wise heads who developed the euro had lived through the GFC and its aftermath, they would not have so discounted the importance of unique monetary policy for each unique economy within Europe, writes economist and journalist Jason Murphy.

Greeks face a choice: stay in the euro or return to the drachma. But RMIT economics professor <b>Jason Potts</b> says there is a third option: bitcoin.

Greece should just use bitcoin. Actually, bitcoin can run the country

Greeks face a choice: stay in the euro or return to the drachma. But RMIT economics professor Jason Potts says there is a third option: bitcoin.

There's nothing all that remarkable about Greece's current position, writes freelance journalist and economist <b>Jason Murphy</b>.

Default schmefault: the Greeks bear no gifts, and that’s just fine

There's nothing all that remarkable about Greece's current position, writes freelance journalist and economist Jason Murphy.

Is Greece about to shatter the dream of a united Europe? If so, you can blame the neoliberals.

Rundle: a Grexit would put an end to the great European experiment

Is Greece about to shatter the dream of a united Europe? If so, you can blame the neoliberals.

Greece's Syriza party could split over economic policy. And other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: US reels … Greece deals … OPEC reveals …

Greece's Syriza party could split over economic policy. And other business tidbits of the day.

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