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Yanis Varoufakis said the U.K. finance minister is doing himself no favors by mocking him in parliament.
The refugee crisis is a "manifestation of the disintegration of the European Union," Greece's controversial former finance minister told CNBC on Thursday.
German sportswear company Adidas expects sales and net profit to keep rising fast in 2016, helped by aggressive marketing and big events.
The leader of Spain's Socialists Pedro Sanchez lost a parliamentary vote to become the country's next prime minister on Wednesday.
The world's most elite automakers unveiled their latest productions ahead of Switzerland's Geneva Auto Show.
Donald Trump's wins in the U.S. primaries are worrying and highlight the rising popularity of insurgent movements, Tony Blair says.
A U.K. roller coaster is set to reopen just nine months after a crash that seriously injured five people.
Shares of U.K. bank Barclays fell Tuesday after it announced further restructuring, a dividend cut and an 8 percent fall in statutory pre-tax profit.
If the U.K. left the European Union, the 28-nation bloc would lose nearly $3 trillion in annual GDP.
Donald Trump might be strengthening his grip on the GOP, but it's not going all his own way across the Atlantic Ocean.
High-frequency trading is upsetting residents in the leafy English countryside
The European Union launched a new aid programme worth an initial 700 million euros similar to the kind of relief offered to developing nations.
British funeral firm Dignity reported a spike in profits Wednesday after an "almost unprecedented" rise in U.K. deaths last year at rates not seen since 1952.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his ally, Syrian President Bashar Assad, are "weaponizing" the region's refugee crisis and are using it to undermine Europe's security and unity, according to a top U.S. and NATO commander in Europe.
Oil giant Shell is being sued again by two Nigerian communities over spills in the Niger Delta with claims that could run into "millions of pounds."
Euro zone banks have dealt well with low interest rates and their problems are not caused by loose monetary policies, an ECB official said.
Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) said on Tuesday it was considering making an offer for the London Stock Exchange Group, confirming recent speculation that an approach was imminent.
Russian oil firms have agreed not to increase oil production this year following a preliminary deal, says Putin.
Lego has built a big increase in 2015 earnings thanks in part to strong demand for its "Star Wars" collection.
Unemployment in the 19-country euro zone fell slightly in January but the figures will be cold comfort for a region.