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Three years of recession have choked bank lending and firms are trying to raise money elsewhere.
Offshore wind investments in Europe doubled in 2015, according to new data from the European Wind Energy Association.
Britain's BT Group said large numbers of its customers had lost connection to the Internet on Tuesday.
European airline easyJet has unveiled its plans for a zero emissions hydrogen fuel system.
Ireland's national stadium is set to become one of the greenest on the planet.
Oil giant BP reported its worst annual loss in 20 years and further restructuring charges as low oil prices continue to weigh on the company.
The consistent outflows witnessed in EM have dented the prospect for wealth management returns in the region.
The founder of airline EasyJet, has expanded his horizons to open a discount food store, where U.K. customers can buy food products for super cheap.
Self-driving cars and automatic safety features are set to reduce the number of road accidents, but could dent the revenues of car insurers.
European Council President Donald Tusk discusses proposals to protect Britain and other non-euro zone countries from deeper euro zone integration.
In the Netherlands, police are teaming up with a raptor training company to deploy eagles to take out dangerous drones from the sky.
European countries are the top destinations for people thinking of developing their career abroad, a survey from HSBC has found.
UBS reported forecast-beating 2015 net profit, but warned of continued headwinds. Its stock was sharply lower in early trade.
The Russian president has put paid to any expectations that the state could be about to sell off state assets cheaply.
Sainsbury's said on Tuesday it had agreed a £1.3 billion deal to buy Argos-owner Home Retail.
It's close to crunch time for the U.K and its future in the European Union.
Scientists in the U.K. have gained permission to modify the genetic make-up of human embryos for the first time.
The chef in charge of a Swiss restaurant dubbed the best in the world was found dead at his home on Sunday, 24 Heures reported.
BT's boss has hit back at suggestions it should sell off its network business, Openreach, saying it could create "huge instability".
Wealth management arm of Swiss investment bank has created a new team to meet demand from ultra-wealthy clients for shorter-term trading options.
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