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It's close to crunch time for the U.K and its future in the European Union.
Scientists in the U.K. have gained permission to modify the genetic make-up of human embryos for the first time.
The chef in charge of a Swiss restaurant dubbed the best in the world was found dead at his home on Sunday, 24 Heures reported.
BT's boss has hit back at suggestions it should sell off its network business, Openreach, saying it could create "huge instability".
Wealth management arm of Swiss investment bank has created a new team to meet demand from ultra-wealthy clients for shorter-term trading options.
HSBC is imposing a hiring and pay freeze across the bank globally in 2016, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Net profit at Swiss bank Julius Baer under IFRS accounting standards fell by two thirds in 2015.
Britain and the European Union reached agreement in only one of the four areas where Prime Minister David Cameron wants to see reform.
Turkey said a Russian SU-34 jet had violated its airspace despite warnings, stoking tensions between two countries involved in Syria's war.
Migrants will return to Syria and Iraq when conflicts there ended and Islamic State was defeated, the German Chancellor said.
Britain's opposition Labour party has demanded the finance ministry explain how it arrived at a back tax payment by Google.
The newest driverless cars for London have been revealed, but the technology isn't coming from the likes of Google or a leading car manufacturer.
Nearly 50 U.S. companies have used inversions to reincorporate overseas in recent years. Is it good business or greed?
2016 is proving a difficult year for European banks, as the industry grapples with nonperforming loans, rocky markets, increasing regulation and EM volatility.
Almost 40 people drowned and 75 were rescued after a boat carrying migrants to Greece sank off Turkey's western coast, officials said.
The battle between the world's leading multinationals and governments looking for tax revenue has heated up over the past week, with Google in the spotlight.
Russia's central bank kept interest rates steady on Friday, as expected after a month that saw oil prices sink and the ruble drop to record lows.
HSBC has apologized to customers who were locked out of internet banking services after the lender was hit by a cyberattack on Friday.
David Cameron was in Brussels Friday launching talks that could deliver a draft reform package that might keep Britain in the EU.
Forty percent of Germans want Chancellor Angela Merkel to resign over her refugee policy, a poll showed on Friday.
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Bijan Zanganeh, Iranian oil minister, says that European and Asian - but not American - companies are signing contracts for his country's oil.
CNBC's The Brave Ones features Michael Dubin, the founder of Dollar Shave Club.
Saudi Arabian Minister of Energy Khalid Al-Falih discusses the potential to extend the current OPEC supply cut.