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Consumer good group says it is preparing itself for tougher market conditions and high volatility in 2016.
Sepp Blatter may have been banned for eight years from the game but he is still receiving pay, a spokesman told Reuters on Monday.
Britain’s security service has been named the most lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LBGT)-friendly employer in the country, according to a charity.
Dozens of large shareholders in Volkswagen plan to sue the carmaker, seeking compensation for the plunge in its shares due to its emissions scandal.
MPs will debate whether Donald Trump should be banned from entering Britain after more than 570,000 people signed a petition.
French President pledges to redefine France's business model and declared what he called "a state of economic and social emergency."
Over 1,000 steel workers in the U.K. will lose their jobs in the coming weeks due to cost-cutting measures introduced by Tata Steel UK
The Australian Open kicks off amid allegations of match fixing that involve some of tennis' top players, according to the BBC and BuzzFeed News.
The U.K. is enduring Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year, as the weather worsens and Britons get back into the daily grind.
Adecco, the world's biggest staffing group, set a lower average margin target for the 2016-2020 period.
While the WEF agenda focuses on technology, many conversations are likely to be on the "old" issues still plaguing the world.
The head of Europe’s competition watchdog has denied claims that it is unfairly targeting U.S. firms.
Leaders gathering in Davos this week face an increasingly divided world, with the poor falling ever further behind the super-rich.
A powerful policy mix is driving the euro area's improving growth prospects, creating investment opportunities for the region's stocks.
A bookseller who disappeared in October said he turned himself in to authorities over a fatal drink-driving accident that happened 11 years ago.
Horst Seehofer's comments reflect growing doubt among Germans about Merkel's "we can do this" mantra in the face of Europe's biggest migrant crisis.
The Australian government has ordered the sale of residential properties bought in breach of foreign ownership laws.
Over 500 families in the U.K. have prevented organ donations from deceased relatives, refusing thousands of people the chance of a transplant.
As part of a new Silicon Valley operation, Airbus will partner with Uber to provide on-demand helicopters.
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