Germany sets Greece ultimatum to reform or leave Eurozone The country, which already has a staggering €330 billion ($349 billion) debt burden, must reform or face an exit from the EU.
Gazprom to buy $38,3 million shares by Armenian subsidiary Russian Gazprom’s Board of Directors agreed to acquire additional issuance of shares by Gazprom Armenia, worth 2.5 billion rubles.
French Grand Prix coming back to F1 calendar in 2018 The world's oldest grand prix was first held in 1906 but was dropped from the calendar in 2008 because of financial issues.
Oliver Stone novel “A Child’s Night Dream” to get film treatment The protagonist, Chris, is a teen who leaves college to enlist in the Army shortly after the 9/11 attack, despite protests from his parents.
Social media ads to reach $50 billion by 2019: Zenith Global spending on advertising has been stable since 2010 the report showed, although growth has declined in the Middle East and North Africa.