Russians Are Buying Up Real Estate In Greece, Should You? The news from Greece over the past few years has been quite dire as the country is on the verge of bankruptcy. However, despite seemingly desperate economic conditions there is a real estate market where many properties are being purchased at a healthy rate–in particular purchases by Russian investors.
UK citizens – Moving or retiring abroad
You need to tell the relevant government offices that deal with your benefits, pension and tax that you’re moving or retiring abroad.
The coveted British passport is losing its luster in the eyes of many U.K. residents and foreigners following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Expats praised the city-state for its appealing salaries, career development opportunities and quality of life.
Being an investor is tricky these days.
There’s broad agreement that the stock market is pricey, the economic recovery is long in the tooth and central banks really can’t do much more to prop up growth.
Microsoft has agreed to pay a Californian woman $10,000 (£7,500) after an automatic Windows 10 update left her computer unusable.
Craig Wright, the Australian who claimed to be the inventor of bitcoin, is attempting to build a large patent portfolio around the digital currency and technology underpinning it, according to associates of his and documents reviewed by Reuters
Two estate agents give contrasting views on what leaving the EU could mean for house prices and international investment
Michael Jordan is the retired NBA superstar and is also well known in China. Qiaodan Sports Co. is a sportswear company in Jinjiang, Fujian province of China.
Google faces a record antitrust fine of around 3 billion euros ($3.4 billion) from the European Commission in the coming weeks, British newspaper The Sunday Telegraph said.
Google did not pay to use Oracle’s software in millions of smartphones, but the company believed that the intellectual property was free for anyone to use, Larry Page, chief executive of Google’s parent company, told jurors in court on Thursday.
A senior adviser to the European Court of Justice [official website] submitted an advisoryopinion [text] Tuesday finding the July 2014 EU economic sanctions [JURIST report] against Russia legally valid.