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  • In France, juice and soda push wine drinking to record low

    In France, juice and soda push wine drinking to record low
    That most Gallic of pursuits – drinking lots and lots of wine – doesn’t seem to have quite the appeal for the French that it used to. The average French adult consumed 57 liters of wine – or about 15 gallons – in 2010,...
  • GOP Must Never Bend To Obama Power Play

    Let's understand President Obama's strategy in the "fiscal cliff" negotiations. It has nothing to do with economics or real fiscal reform. This is entirely about politics. It's Phase 2 of the 2012 campaign. The election returned him to office. The...
  • Some sectors of Florida economy boom -- but others still languish

    Some sectors of Florida economy boom -- but others still languish
    TALLAHASSEE -- It was a simple campaign mantra and the yardstick by which Gov. Rick Scott will be judged when he goes back before voters: 700,000 jobs in seven years. At the midpoint of his first term, the Republican political neophyte hasn't shied...
  • The Rhubarb Patch: Did Obama have his chance to fix the economy?

     
    Today, I debate the 2012 presidential race with Jeff Berkowitz, a former business litigation lawyer and economics professor who hosts "Public Affairs," a cable interview show that focuses on Illinois politics. From Jeff, to Eric: In your Sunday column,...
  • Bank of France head urges tougher labor regulations

     
    The head of the Bank of France has asked President Fran├žois Hollande to enact tougher labor regulations to deal with France's “serious” economic weakness....
  • France, Germany reportedly agree to share euro chairmanship

     
    In the latest of a series of face-saving compromises in troubled Europe, the German and French heads of state have reportedly agreed to share the chairmanship of the Eurozone finance ministers group....
  • Creditors arrive in Greece for crucial inspection

     
    With doubts flaring anew over whether Europe can solve its deepening debt and currency crisis, Greece’s international creditors arrived in Athens on Tuesday for a inspection that could determine if the near-bankrupt nation remains within the...
  • Confidence teetering in Eurozone, economists warn

     
    Global Focus: It's been more than two decades since the Iron Curtain fell and Europeans embarked on an ambitious mission to build a powerful economic, political and social union in place of the Cold War divide. And for more than two decades, Germans...
  • Merkel, Hollande vow to 'do everything to protect' the euro

     
    Hollande, Merkel vow to protect the euro: The leaders of Europe’s two biggest economies pledged Friday to “do everything to protect” the continent’s common currency, whose long-term survival has come under fresh doubt from...
  • Spain's borrowing cost hits record; worries grow over Greece

     
    Europe’s long-running debt crisis flared sharply as Spain’s borrowing rates jumped to another record high and worries grew over Greece’s ability to keep on qualifying for the emergency loans it desperately needs to stay afloat....
  • European Central Bank to buy bonds of several troubled nations

     
    The European Central Bank announced Thursday that it would buy the bonds of financially flailing countries such as Spain and Italy in unlimited quantities if necessary to keep their borrowing costs down, in an unprecedented move to keep a lid on the...