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Greece May Have to Sell Islands, Ruins Under Bailout Deal

This article is published in partnership with Time.com. The original version can be found here.<p>By Simon Shuster @shustry<p>Of all the aspects of …

You'll never hear successful people say these 15 phrases

<i>This post is in partnership with Entrepreneur. The article below was originally published at</i> <i>Entrepreneur.com</i><i>.</i><p>By Sujan Patel, Entrepreneur.com<p>If you …

Here are 5 things to look out for from the Fed today

The Federal Open Market Committee, the group that makes decisions on monetary policy within the Federal Reserve, ends its two-day meeting Wednesday …

Amazon unveils e-book subscription service . . . for real this time

After teasing the news earlier this week, Amazon has finally revealed the details for its new e-book subscription service, Kindle Unlimited.<p>The …

Why the housing recovery is over, in four charts

The housing recovery that began in 2012 came on almost as quickly and forcefully as the real estate crash that preceded it.<p>The combination of low …

Saudi Prince Bandar behind chemical attack in Syria: Report

Syrians in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta say Saudi Arabia provided chemical weapons for an al-Qaeda linked terrorist group which they blame for the …

Cyprus crisis: What are capital controls and why does it need them?

<b>"Neither a borrower, nor a lender be."</b><p>That was the recommendation given by the rather creepy Polonius to his son Laertes, who was about to head off to the temptations of Paris in the play Hamlet.<p>Sage advice as it may appear, the truth is that each and every one of us is a lender - often without …

Moody’s: Here’s what Cyprus’ exit from the euro zone would look like

Credit rating firm Moody’s is out with another quick note on the Cyprus situation, ahead of the planned reopening of the troubled island nation’s banks Thursday. The takeaway: The risks of Cyprus leaving the euro zone are on the rise. “While the risk of a euro exit by Cyprus is substantial, Moody’s …

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It wasn’t Davos, quite, but it was awfully cold last weekend in Beijing, and many of the headliners attending the invitation-only China Development Forum (CDF), held among the gardens and waterways (and behind the glass-shard-topped high walls) of the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse, have also been …

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FORTUNE — The banking crisis in Cyprus is far from resolved and will almost certainly morph into a far more serious sovereign debt crisis in the near future, threatening investors around the globe. The revised bailout agreement hatched over the weekend will still leave the island nation’s …

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FORTUNE — Many are hoping that, after dominating the headlines for almost two weeks now, the tiny island of Cyprus will soon return to virtual obscurity in the global financial media. For this to happen, the latest country rescue package needs to hold. Yet prospects are highly uncertain — …

After service disruption, Egypt arrests three divers severing undersea internet cable

Recent internet service disruption in parts of Africa, the Middle East, and Asia may have been the result of sabotage. Egypt's coastguard has caught three divers in the act of cutting an underwater internet cable off the port of Alexandria, fueling speculation that the incident could be connected …

The biggest cyber attack in the history of the Internet is happening right now

Wikimedia Commons<p>At this very moment, the largest cyber attack ever declared is emanating from a decommissioned, nuclear-war proof NATO bunker with five foot-thick concrete walls and a reputation for harboring spammers and cybercriminals. It’s all part of a dustup between CyberBunker—so named for …

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Explore the Fukushima nuclear exclusion zone with Google Street View

No-one has lived in the town of Namie, Japan for over two years since it was evacuated following the nearby Fukushima nuclear disaster, but you can visit for yourself today with Google Street View. Earlier this month, Google sent its camera-equipped cars into the exclusion zone at the request of …

NSA Declassifies — Sort Of — Its Super-Secret Internal Magazine

Among the many interesting facts about the super-secret National Security Agency is the fact that, for decades, it has published its own in-house …

Three arrested for trying to cut undersea Internet cable

Attacks on the submarine cables running along the ocean floors carrying massive amounts of Internet traffic aren’t terribly uncommon. A series of the …

California city launches free public WiFi to all residents

This week, Santa Clara broke some new ground by blanketing its entire city with free public WiFi. The public WiFi network spans across 19 square …