Can Greece make good on reform pledges?
The Greek government is owed some 76 billion euros in unpaid taxes. Collecting that sum would solve the country's debt problems at a stroke. But observers say only a fraction of that is readily recoverable.
Dax posts gains - Dow holds firm
Results drove Frankfurt trading, while Wall Street was dominated by economic data. After a round-up, we talk to New York markets watcher Jens Korte about internet neutrality and Apple.
Nick Leeson 20 years after Barings
The UK's oldest investment bank Barings, founded in 1762, was brought down after 233 years by one man - Nick Leeson. In 1995 he single-handedly lost Barings 1.4 billion dollars. Twenty years on, Leeson warns that even after the global financial crisis, banks are proving highly resistant to change.
Eurozone migrants find training and work in Germany
With unemployment in Europe's southern countries still at dizzying levels, young workers have been moving to Germany to try their luck. German companies, smarting from a severe labor shortage, welcome the new arrivals. Leipzig's Chamber of Commerce has been training apprentices from Spain for two years - and says the program is working.