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Aim is to help the world's largest furniture seller better adapt to changing consumer tastes and avoid the fate of other dominant retailers.
The European Parliament gave final approval to an exchange of airline passenger data between security forces in the European Union.
European new car sales rose 5.7 percent last month, despite a fall in sales for Volkswagen's core brand.
Carrefour said on Friday that sales growth accelerated in the first quarter, reflecting robust sales in Brazil, Spain and Italy.
Ukraine's parliament approved Volodymyr Groysman as prime minister on Thursday in the biggest political shakeup since a 2014 uprising.
The biggest bar to implementing necessary structural reforms is the rise in political populism in Europe and the U.S., the Spanish economy minister said on Thursday.
The bank fund set up by Italian financial institutions to help weaker lenders is a "private sector initiative", Italy's finance minister said.
BP responded to a barrage of complaints from shareholders on Thursday over CEO Bob Dudley's pay package.
Russia's President Putin labeled media reports surrounding the Panama Papers as “provocation” on Thursday.
All nine members of the BoE's MPC voted to hold on to low rates amid concerns over global growth and uncertainty ahead of a Brexit vote.
Onfido, a start-up that uses AI to carry out complex background checks needed in today's "sharing economy", has raised $25 million .
The Russian government has revealed it will spend $200,000 every year to keep the body of its first Communist leader Vladimir Lenin's body on display.
Burberry said its second-half sales were hit by a drop in tourist spending in Continental Europe and weak demand in Hong Kong.
Food group Nestle confirmed its full-year outlook on Thursday after first-quarter underlying sales growth of 3.9 percent beat expectations.
Supporters of a British exit from the European Union were left enraged this week after a new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Negative interest rates do not fuel populism, a top economist at the IMF told CNBC, denying claims they are helping the rise of a new right-wing party in Germany.
European stock markets rallied following positive Chinese data, with the U.K. FTSE hitting a 2016 high, but it may fall back soon.
Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is putting his job on the line to pass ambitious political reforms.
U.K. supermarket Tesco announced a full-year pre-tax profit of £162 million ($230 million) on Wednesday and said the company was confident that it would continue to "rebuild profitability."
An underwater sweep of Loch Ness in Scotland has revealed the long lost monster ... model built for a Sherlock Holmes movie filmed almost 50 years ago.
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Francesco Castelli, portfolio manager at Banor Capital, speaks about the Italian government's decision to intervene to save two ailing Venetian banks.
Ian Fogg, senior director for mobile and telecoms at IHS Markit, reflects on the success of Apple's iPhone on its 10-year anniversary.
Lord Chris Patten weighs in on the U.K. Conservative party's deal with the the Democratic Unionist Party, saying the Prime Minister Theresa May is in office on "borrowed time."