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Chief executives in some of Europe's biggest banks saw huge gains in their pay packets in 2013, data compiled exclusively for CNBC reveals.
Hundreds of pro-Russian separatists stormed the regional government headquarters in Ukraine's eastern city of Luhansk on Tuesday, unopposed by police.
State-backed hackers are aiming to create "war-like activities" that could harm economic growth in Europe.
The U.K.'s eight biggest lenders will have to prove they can survive a 35 percent fall in house prices.
A sharp rise in U.S. Treasury yields could send tremors to every corner of the globe, according to one of the European Union's stress test scenarios.
BMW and Mercedes are recalling hundreds of thousands of cars.
Russia president Vladimir Putin says Russia may reconsider Western participation in energy projects.
Britain's economy expanded for the fifth quarter in a row in the first three months of the year, although the growth rate disappointed.
London Underground train workers were staging their second 48-hour strike this year on Tuesday in protest at job cuts and office closures.
Less than a month after his appointment as France's Prime Minister, and Manuel Valls could face a revolt – from his own party.
Oil giant BP is hiking its dividend after announcing a fall in profit in the first quarter fall due to higher costs in searching for oil.
Can there be a clearer illustration of the chasm between French and UK attitudes to business than this week's M&A headlines, writes Steve Sedgwick.
Deutsche Bank announced better than expected first quarter profits of $1.5 billion, as its core fixed income business slumped less than expected.
Rajeev Suri will become the new chief executive of Finnish telecommunications gear maker Nokia, the company said on Tuesday.
The cost of a cybersecurity breach to a big U.K. business is getting higher and higher, despite the attacks falling, a new study shows.
The CFO of Russian telecoms company MTS said it is "too early" to judge the impact of the Ukraine crisis on its business.
Europe’s dependence on Russian gas has declined for years, but the standoff in Ukraine has Europe seeking alternatives.
The latest sanctions mark an intensification of the U.S.'s attempts to wound Russia economically over perceived intervention in Ukraine.
A fresh wave of M&A activity is breaking across the Atlantic – but reactions to US companies buying up Europe's crown jewels have varied wildly.
Major oil companies with interests in Russia scrambled Monday to respond to new U.S. sanctions against Russia.
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