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  • Economy grew, economists say, because the consumer is back, boding well for 2015

    WASHINGTON The U.S. economy decelerated in the final three months of 2014 but still grew at an annualized rate of 2.6 percent, the Commerce Department said Friday in a report that had encouraging signs about consumers and prospects for this year.
  • Clash looms with eurozone, as Greece's Tsipras defies "crushing and unobtainable" targets

    Greece's new radical left government has shot the first salvo in what is expected to be a tough clash with fellow eurozone countries over budget cuts that Athens says are choking the life out of its economy. The government of Prime Minister Alexis...

    Greek debt and California debt: so very different

    Greek debt and California debt: so very different
    The Times' editorial Tuesday about Greek voters rebelling against the austerity measures demanded by international authorities led several readers to liken Greece's budget problems to those closer to home. "The benefits of a democracy in voting to...

    Opa! After radical left-wing win in Greece, eurozone leaders open to dialogue on debt issues

    For a man long seen as the eurozone's worst nightmare, Alexis Tsipras has had a smooth first day as prime minister of Greece. The firebrand left-winger wants fellow eurozone nations to forgive some of his country's bailout loans, something many...

    Anti-austerity party tops election in Greece

    ATHENS Greeks revolted against five years of unrelenting austerity Sunday, placing the leftist anti-bailout party Syriza first in parliamentary elections. The opposition party was projected to win around 35 percent of the vote, falling short of an...