Why Argentina’s request for an IMF loan is bringing back bad memories

The decision by President Macri to ask for assistance from the fund has awakened fears of the country’s worst economic crises


Woman at center of food poisoning fraud scandal admits selling tourist data

Speaking in a Spanish court, Laura Cameron said she earned €5,600 for every thousand names she collected, but denies having ever spoken about faking illness


Defending truth in the era of fake news

Europe’s leading media organizations have a duty to curb the spread of disinformation


Madrid gets a map that lets women warn others of harassment hot-spots

Online initiative enables female users to flag up places where they felt uncomfortable or threatened in a bid to make the city a safer place


Fines and financial battles: Yahoo! winds up business in Spain under a cloud

Internet services provider has been forced to pay up by tax authorities and may have to return a European Union grant worth more than €4 million



Ros cartoon, May 9, 2018


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, May 9, 2018


Valencia joins the fight against holiday rentals

The Mediterranean region is introducing new measures to tackle the rise of tourist apartments

Personal leadership

Tell me your age and I’ll tell you what kind of boss you are

Leaders today need to be aware of inter-generational differences if they want to improve workplace performance