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Rolls-Royce warned that it would not return to growth next year, as economic conditions have deteriorated.
The Bank of England may need to keep interest rates lower for longer than previously thought, its chief economist said.
Russia is taking the European Union (EU) to court over sanctions, the FT reports.
New Tesco boss Dave Lewis must look at selling assets in Britain and abroad.
Jimmy Choo, the luxury shoemaker, has raised 140p per share in an IPO on the London Stock Exchange valuing it at £545.6 million ($877 million).
Combating corruption is one of the Greece's challenges as it tries to restore confidence. The New York Times reports.
After more than a year of interest rates across Europe moving lower in lockstep, the last 24 hours show a breakdown.
If Ukraine takes gas from pipeline, Putin says Russia will reduce gas supplies to Europe.
The European Commission said it will work with Greece to ensure a smooth evolution of support for the country after its current bailout program ends.
Greek government bond yields spiked beyond 8 percent on Thursday morning, in a sign of growing concern about the country’s economic stability.
Abbvie has called time on its $54 billion offer for Ireland-based Shire, after its board said it would no longer recommend the bid to shareholders.
Carrefour, the world's second-biggest retailer, said on Thursday that like-for-like sales growth slowed in the third quarter, reflecting low consumer sentiment in austerity-hit southern Europe, and falling fruit and vegetable prices across the region.
Roche reported third quarter sales of 11.78 billion Swiss francs ($12.29 billion) on Thursday, above analysts' forecasts of 11.58 billion Swiss francs in a Reuters poll.
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Greek equities took another battering Wednesday while its yields spiked, as concerns about the strength of the euro zone economy spooked investors.
Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev tells CNBC that ties with the U.S. have been damaged by "destructive" and "stupid" sanctions.
Taxi hailing app Hailo has decided to shut down its operations in North America in the face of "astronomical" marketing costs.
Tax inversion may have dominated business news headlines for months – but that could all be about to change.
The bulk of a new type of allowance paid to bankers are in breach of the European Union's bonus cap.
U.K. unemployment continued to fall in the three months to August, hitting its lowest level since October 2008, although growth in employment slowed.
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