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Ericsson has launched a countersuit against Apple, only days after Apple filed a lawsuit against them.
Copies of the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo magazine are selling for as much as 100,000 euros ($117,839) on eBay.
The ongoing political turmoil in Greece could have negative credit implications for other European countries, ratings agency Moody's warned.
The possibility of full-scale quantitative easing by the European Central Bank received a boost on Wednesday
The ruble continues to fall, sanctions are biting and the slide in the price of oil shows no sign of slowing and it's hitting Russia hard.
As the elderly President of Italy finally enters retirement, European markets and politicians are wondering whether reforms will stay on track.
British luxury brand Burberry warned on Wednesday that a fall in sales in the key market of Hong Kong could impact its full-year margin.
The U.K. still faces criticism that its high current account deficit could push it toward a currency crisis.
The U.K. Prime Minister has unveiled security measures that could see apps like WhatsApp and iMessage banned, following last week's attacks in Paris.
An escalating price war between the U.K.'s largest supermarkets means that the price of milk is now cheaper than bottled water, research shows.
Things are about to get very risky for the euro. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's a sell.
The U.K.’s National Health Service, for decades a global case-study in universal healthcare, seems to be facing its biggest ever crisis of confidence.
Charlie Hebdo will publish a front page with a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the newspaper.
Comments by European Central Bank policymakers have signaled that a full-blown European QE program is a question of "when", not "if".
French aircraft manufacturer Airbus has pushed for new safety measures regarding the ejection of black boxes from airplanes in case of emergency.
Morrisons said its chief executive would step down after the firm posted the worst Christmas performance of Britain's listed supermarkets.
The slide in price growth means Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will now have to write an open letter to the U.K.'s Chancellor.
Across the U.K., supermarkets have seen unprecedented demand for luxury foods over the festive period, with sales of caviar booming to record highs.
The ECB is expected to launch QE next week, but it's likely to be the most inefficient seen since the onset of the financial crisis.
Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer also says he's astonished that no top Obama administration figure attended the anti-terror rally in Paris.
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