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The BOE's governor has defended central banks' monetary stimulus plans, saying the lack of structural reforms has hurt global growth.
U.K. telecoms giant has been ordered by the country's communications watchdog to open its cable network to rivals.
The owner of theme park Alton Towers is to be prosecuted after one of the attraction’s roller coasters crashed last summer.
Germany's biggest telecoms operator beat expectations for its fourth-quarter results as profits grew in its home market and the U.S.
A political vacuum in Spain is triggering concern that recent growth in the country's economy could be halted.
Russia’s Rosneft is awaiting a European court ruling on what it claims are illegal sanctions linked to Moscow’s involvement in Ukraine.
Anheuser Busch InBev, the world's largest brewer, hiked its proposed dividend and forecast challenging markets in Brazil and China.
European ministers are meeting Thursday to discuss the latest escalation in the region's migrant crisis.
A general election is due to take place in Ireland on Friday with polls suggesting that no one party will gain enough of a majority to govern alone.
March could be ‘make or break’ for mobile operator Orange, as its deputy CEO hopes a decision over a Bouygues Telecom merger will be made clear soon.
The US cannot allow Europe to be this aggressive in penalizing US firms just to fill its budget holes, says Business Roundtable President John Engler.
The president of Germany's central bank gave a resolute defense of the global economy on Wednesday.
Dozens of people who visited Switzerland's largest strip club have received letters threatening to expose them unless they pay a ransom.
France is seeking 1.6 billion euros in back taxes from Google, criticised for its use of aggressive tax optimisation techniques, a source said Wednesday.
Shale oil could help rebalance global commodity prices as the sector looks to shrug off a tough couple of years.
Separating from the EU could trigger a 20 percent drop in sterling and shave 1.5 percentage points off the British economy, HSBC has warned.
Airbus isn't expecting the low oil price to hurt its order book, the European aerospace giant's chief executive told CNBC.
Carmaker reaches its mid-term targets ahead of schedule, helped by cost cuts, price increases and a recovery in European demand.
The COP21 talks in Paris were a great success in galvanizing global action, the CEO of Spanish utility Iberdrola told CNBC.
Airbus has filed a patent for adjustable benches that could accommodate anything from a couple of overweight passengers to a slim family of four.
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As Hong Kong celebrates the 20th anniversary of Britain handing Hong Kong to China, CNBC’s Emily Tan takes a look back at Hong Kong’s long and colorful history.
Speaking to Class CNBC, Italian Minister of Economy and Finance Pier Carlo Padoan weighs in on whether the liquidation of the two Italian banks, Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca, was the best possible option.
Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research, takes a look at how far Apple has come as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, with discussion on what challenges lie ahead.