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Would France accept Greece’s new micromanagement? Mais non!

Would France accept Greece’s new micromanagement? Mais non!

The eurozone countries are offering Greece a bailout deal -- if Greece changes the way it bakes its bread.

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

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.

Business bites: Greece not the word … airline lines blurred … one of the herd …

Business bites: Greece not the word … airline lines blurred … one of the herd …

In which financial markets stop caring about Greece and start making money again.

Business bites: Greece turns its back … RBA’s new tack … egg prices crack …

Business bites: Greece turns its back … RBA’s new tack … egg prices crack …

Is Greece going to repay the IMF? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: markets gone mad … will Greece break bad? … UK shoppers glad …

Business bites: markets gone mad … will Greece break bad? … UK shoppers glad …

Will Greece go bankrupt? And other business tidbits of the day.

Rundle: Greece gives Germany the finger and hunkers down for the blitz

Rundle: Greece gives Germany the finger and hunkers down for the blitz

Greece has decided to stick it to the EU and extend its current loan arrangement. Germany says "nein". Who will blink first?

Athens not quite the centre of the world, but it did suck us in

Athens not quite the centre of the world, but it did suck us in

The Greece election was marked by an overemphasis on short-term fixes such as bailouts where what was required was a proper discussion about tax evasion, corruption, graft and the size of the public sector.

What the Greek election means for the rest of the world

What the Greek election means for the rest of the world

After a tight vote on the weekend, pro-bailout party New Democracy won support for austerity measures in Greece. But what, asks Patrick Stafford, does this mean for global economy?

‘Criminality, drugs, poverty’: new govt won’t solve Greek crisis

‘Criminality, drugs, poverty’: new govt won’t solve Greek crisis

As the conservative pro-bailout New Democracy party forms a coalition following its pyrrhic victory in Greece, the feeling on the street seemed to be that the country probably won't explode either. Yet.

Prophets and losses: it’s always someone else’s fault

Prophets and losses: it’s always someone else’s fault

It’s almost impossible to open the financial pages of a newspaper and not read about someone blaming someone else for their own mistakes.