Greece's international lenders will arrive in Athens today to help revive the country's drive for austerity. Officials from the IMF, ECB and European Commission say Greece needs to fulfil its bailout commitments before there can be any discussion about adjusting the program. Julia Chatterley has more from Athens.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports that cyber-crime dominated talk at the New York City Bar Association's White Collar Crime Institute. Also this week, a new report found that intellectual property theft, much of which is done in cyber space, costs the US $300 billion a 2.1 jobs a year.
Charles Dallara, Chairman of the Americas at Partners Group says it is crucial for China to develop stronger ties with Europe going forward. He says Europe's economy is still in deep trouble though there is potential for Germany's economy to gain some momentum.