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The man behind the TV company best known for its soccer coverage can see a time when Sky might "walk away" from showing some sports.
Sterling fell on Wednesday after data showed the number of unemployed in Britain rising while wage growth fell short of expectations.
Russian stocks rose after a Dutch court overturned a court decision which awarded former shareholders of the Yukos oil company $50 billion.
Sterling may lose one-quarter of its value if the U.K. votes to leave the European Union in its referendum, says the head of a top London hedge fund.
Unreconstructed, hard-drinking, hard-fighting James Bond could soon be seen behind the wheel of an electric car, says the CEO of Aston Martin.
The rise of the 5G mobile internet and cloud computing will fuel U.K. chip design company ARM Holding's growth, the CEO told CNBC.
A new Space Race may be underway, with the major spaceflight powers launching programs to hunt for signs of life on Mars and further afield.
France has had a long-standing image problem of being anti-innovation. But look a little closer, and the picture is very different.
Car manufacturer SEAT might belong to Germany's VW Group but the company's chief executive told CNBC that it has retained its own identity.
Influential ex-U.S. finance chiefs have stepped into the debate over the U.K.'s future in the European Union with an open letter.
Heineken sold far more beer than expected in the first quarter of the year, helped by growth in Vietnam, the Chinese New Year and an earlier Easter.
Italian banks must tackle a $341 billion load of non-performing loans, the co-founder of a hedge fund with a base in Milan told CNBC on Tuesday.
Syngenta said first-quarter sales declined 7 percent, hurt by a strong dollar and a drop at its Latin American business.
Low investment, lackluster competitiveness and anemic growth rates have taken the swagger out of Europe's step in recent years.
Mark Carney hit back at critics who have accused him of venturing into politics when assessing the impact of a British vote to leave the EU.
There are as many as 1.3 million Commonwealth citizens eligible to vote in the U.K.'s upcoming EU referendum.
The UK is not going to vote to leave the European Union, according to Jeffrey Gundlach, the influential bond investor.
Ad agencies and the creative industries are an important part of the U.K. economy, but a vote to leave the European Union will impact them.
Europe is back in the game. Having suffered the worst crisis of the last 80 years, Europe took decisive action to improve its finances.
On June 23, all eyes will be on the U.K. as it decides whether it wants to stay in the EU. Here's what key sectors are saying about a “Brexit”.
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Daniel Roeska, senior analyst for European transportation at Bernstein Research, takes a look at the current state of the airlines industry, with comment on Ryanair.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach takes a look at the market reaction in Germany’s automakers, following a report that the European Commission could be investigating alleged collusion among top autos.
Ben Rogoff, fund manager at Polar Capital, talks about the state of the U.S. tech sector, with comment on Facebook, Alphabet and Amazon.