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After years of planning and debate, decision time over whether Britain will stay in the European Union is looming.
Middle East countries will have to raise taxes in order to recover and prosper, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) believes.
French telecoms company has released a $40 smartphone for the Middle East and Africa that comes with text, minutes and data.
Business activity in the euro zone hit a 13-month low in February, according to the latest purchasing manager's index from Markit.
Maserati unveils the first official images of the Levante, a luxury SUV it plans to start selling this summer.
A slump in commodities prices and sluggish growth in some of the U.K.’s leading industrial sectors will hit investors’ income.
A sharp fall in sterling left the investment community pondering what a British exit from the European Union would mean for different asset markets.
Now, more than ever, that "closer union" means decisive steps toward political integration.
HSBC announced a 1% rise in pretax profit for 2015 as it dealt with volatile markets, ongoing cost-cutting efforts and leadership uncertainties.
Consultations on a preliminary deal between leading oil producers to freeze output should be concluded by March 1, Russia's energy minister told local television.
The bosses of Britain's biggest companies are to back David Cameron in his fight to keep the country in the EU, reported The Financial Times.
The seaplane may have faded from view after its burst of fame during the heyday of TV's Fantasy Island, but it's still a favorite of the super-rich.
A historic referendum on whether Britain should stay in the EU will be held on June 23, Prime Minister David Cameron announced Saturday.
Barclays paid Qatari investors £346 million to secure participation in a 2008 emergency fundraising, a lawsuit by another key investor alleges. The Financial Times reports.
Italian author Umberto Eco, famous for the 1980 international blockbuster "The Name of the Rose," died on Friday, Italian media reported. He was 84.
The manufacturer struck a deal with China's LeEco to make an electric version of the luxury car by 2018. NBCNews reports.
Smartwatch producers shipped out more of their devices than top-notch timepieces at the end of last year, research suggests.
French website Dayuse.com is one company helping traditional hoteliers to sell rooms for just a few hours during the day.
Titled the "Islamic Rape of Europe," a right-wing Polish magazine causes controversy with its latest cover.
Europe's largest insurer heading in the "right direction" in regaining customer trust over its Pimco fund management division.
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