Socrates Lazaridis, executive chairman of Athens Exchange SA, reacts to the European Central Bank's interest rate cut and expresses his desire for a more centralized European public-deficit authority. Lazaridis also talks about why he thinks now is a good time for foreign investors to look to Greece. Says Lazaridis, Greece's economic restructuring is bringing about "many opportunities, and there are many foreign investors that are looking closely at the Greek market." - Katie Roof
Former Commodity Futures Trading Commission Commissioner Bart Chilton brings his saucy eloquence to DLA Piper as a senior adviser in Washington. For other updates launch today's Movers & shakers slideshow.
The activist investor and the famed auction house are headed for a courtroom showdown. Loeb wants three board seats and the ability to fire Sotheby's CEO William Ruprecht. The company responded with a $300 million dividend for shareholders and a poison pill aimed squarely at Loeb. More video