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Magazine articles on politics and society in Italy.
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February 2, 2004
John Rossant
Italy's Coming Credit Crunch As a wave of corporate paper comes due, cash-strapped companies are in peril mark for My Articles 417 similar articles
February 2, 2004
Gail Edmondson
Italy Needs A Renaissance In Corporate And Market Regulation Will public outrage over Parmalat finally bring new rules with sharp teeth? mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
January 12, 2004
Joseph Weber
Auditors Asleep At The Wheel. Sound Familiar? Parmalat's collapse seems like deja vu all over again. That's because two of the tainted parties are accounting firms: Grant Thornton and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. One red-faced party is Italy's government, whose effort to build safeguards didn't work. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
December 8, 2003
Christina Passariello
Why Italians Are Saying "Arrivederci" The country's best and brightest are moving abroad to further their careers mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
October 20, 2003
Italy: Trying To Ease The Pension Squeeze Is Italy getting serious about pension reform? Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has made it the focal point of his 2004 budget, even taking the unusual move of going on national television to plead his case. mark for My Articles 365 similar articles
August 11, 2003
James Mehring
Italy: One-Time Fixes Won't Do the Trick With Italy's rapidly aging population, pension reforms are needed. Otherwise, reducing budget deficits will become increasingly more difficult. mark for My Articles 351 similar articles
August 2003
Josh McHugh
The Lost City of Venice For centuries, St. Mark's Square has been slowly slipping closer to Atlantis. Here's how a massive system of floodgates could turn the tide. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Fast Company
August 2002
Ian Wylie
La Dolce Vita, Internet Style Colletta di Castelbianco is a 13th-century Italian village that was on the verge of extinction -- until an architect gave it a new design and Internet connectivity gave it a new lease on life. The story of how it became a haven for mobile professionals. mark for My Articles
July 9, 2002
Paul Festa
"Mussolini," by R.J.B. Bosworth He fought duels, seduced women, crashed planes, allied with Hitler, lost a war and ran Italy into the ground, but at heart Il Duce considered himself an artist. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
IDB America
Jul/Aug 2000
Bureaucrats reborn Italy's civil service is undergoing a renaissance. According to Franco Bassanini, Italy's minister of public management, until quite recently his country's bureaucracy was characterized by "islands of excellence in a sea of general inefficiency"... mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
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