Planning a bailout? Italy shows the way

By Jo Winterbottom (Reuters)  Italy may have earned a bad name for changing the rules to rescue its corporations, but in these straitened times Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's bespoke bailout of airline

“Uber-prime” real estate still hot in London

By Clara Ferreira-Marques (Reuters) London's housing market may be cooling, but not when it comes to 10-bedroom mansions with designer interiors, indoor swimming pools and private gardens in the capital's most sought-after

What to expect from the Cyprus talks

(Histrionics until Christmas?) By Tom Lawrence The umpteenth round of fully fledged negotiations to solve the Cyprus problem are officially launched Wednesday and all eyes are again on “that little island with

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