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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.
World No. 2 retailer Carrefour said sales growth slowed in the fourth quarter, as deadly November Paris attacks and unseasonably warm weather weighed on its core French business.
Analysts are questioning whether the European Central Bank could signal more stimulus when it meets this coming week.
One year on, the franc is still high, and export-focused Switzerland is still feeling the pain of the SNB's decision to scrap its cap on the franc.
Volkswagen was left behind in the dust as its European rivals' sales accelerated in 2015, latest industry figures show.
Britons are losing their taste for European-style lager and are turning to bitter and ale instead, according to new research.
President Vladimir Putin has sounded more conciliatory toward the West recently, and there may be more of that coming.
Six people are seriously ill after taking part in a medical trial for an unnamed European laboratory to test a new drug.
A college in northern Russia has burned 53 books linked to a charity founded by hedge fund mogul George Soros, according to Russian media.
From books, to an unforgettable "packet of fairy dust". 2015's official list of gifts received by the British royal family has been revealed.
The BoE met for its first monetary policy meeting of the year on Thursday and voted 8-1 to hold rates at a record low of 0.5 percent.
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Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel speaks to CNBC about Brexit negotiations at their current early stage.
Wei Li, head of investment strategy at iShares for EMEA, speaks about equity valuations in relation to earnings and interest rates.
Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, global head of investment strategy & research at Credit Suisse, gives her view on the state of oil, how to trade it and where it could be heading.