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Germany has become more politically and economically powerful than when the euro was adopted, former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King says.
IHS and Markit on Monday announced plans to merge in a deal the companies valued at more than $13 billion.
Soft drinks companies frustrated at the U.K. government’s decision to impose a tax on the sugar in beverages are considering legal action.
Statoil is to install a lithium battery based storage system at the world's first floating wind farm off the coast of Scotland.
Chairman and Chief Executive Henri de Castries said on Monday he will step down on Sept. 1 after nearly 17 years as CEO.
Greece and the EU scrambled on Sunday to put in place the people and facilities needed to carry out a new deal intended to address the migrant crisis.
Telecom Italia confirmed on Monday its Chief Executive Marco Patuano was stepping down.
The suspected Paris attacker planned to commit a suicide bombing during last November's terror spree, but backed out at the last minute, NBC reports.
Relatives gathered to mourn the 62 victims of a passenger jet crash in Russia as officials warned a probe could take weeks to determine the cause.
British PM David Cameron was forced into a hasty cabinet reshuffle on Saturday after the dramatic resignation of a senior minister.
Four people were killed and at least 36 wounded in a suicide bombing on a central shopping district in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city.
An Iranian shipping company has resumed trading with the West after six years, but relations with the country are still far from normal.
The Chicago-born CEO of a Welsh insurance company is giving £1,000 ($1,445) to each of his employees as a parting gift when he leaves his role in May.
Russian investigators said they were looking into whether pilot error caused a Flydubai jet to crash-land, killing all 62 people on board.
The Brussels borough of Molenbeek, known as the "Jihadist airbase," finally proved too small for Europe's most wanted, Salah Abdeslam.
Not many houses would satisfy both admirers of British literature and of rock and roll history, but Cotchford Farm should probably do it.
A suspect in last year's Paris terror attacks was captured after a shootout in Brussels, Reuters reported, citing local media.
Free bacon and bicycle repairs are among the quirkier job benefits on offer in the U.K., according to Glassdoor.
European Union negotiators and Turkey reached a provisional deal on Friday to halt illegal migration flows to Europe.
A 'pioneering' dog DNA register has resulted in a dramatic reduction of dog mess in three London parks.
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European Central Bank President Mario Draghi responds to controversy surrounding the replacement and annulment of staffers and contracts earlier this year.
If the Greek government decides to return to the bond market, it should be done in a "lasting way", European Central Bank President Mario Draghi told CNBC.