The EU has detailed a plan to send more guards and even troops to Macedonia's border with Greece in a bid to stem the flow of migrants, the FT reports.» Read More
British engineer Rolls-Royce said it would cut 2,600 jobs over the next 18 months, in a battle to reduce costs almost three weeks after a major profit warning.
Central bankers plan to challenge ECB chief Mario Draghi on Wednesday over his management and communication style, ECB sources said.
The end of the "Double Irish" tax loophole will not deter the likes of Apple from investing in Ireland, according to the Irish Prime Minister.
Ukraine may have retreated from the headlines but, with controversial elections in two key disputed areas, the risks have not diminished.
European Commission slashes its growth forecast for the euro zone and said greater investment was "much-needed".
The U.K. could be handed a £42 million ($67 million) fine next month if it does not pay a £1.7 billion bill demanded by the European Union.
Greece's Alexis Tsipras is softening his confrontational tone with Greece's international lenders, acting like a Prime Minister in waiting.
Primark owner posts 6 percent rise in earnings but warns it saw limited opportunity for growth in the new year.
Germany's network of medium-sized global companies has long been credited with driving the country's economy. But can the model be used in the U.K.?
German luxury carmaker BMW said its third-quarter operating profit rose 17 percent, ahead of forecasts.
Euro zone leaders are weighing a plan to allow Greece to exit its four-year-old bailout at the end of the year. The Financial Times reports.
Russia has a new tech city chock-full of co-working spaces, seed funding, and a research university. All they need now are the technologists.
Political fears in Spain have focused on Catalonia’s independence bid, but the rise of a new radical-left party could be equally destabilizing.
The woeful tale for some of Italy's largest banks continues, raising concerns the country could be in line for a Spanish-style bailout.
Angela Merkel would rather see Britain leave the EU than allow the U.K. any leeway in curbing the flow of immigrants from other EU states, Der Spiegel reported.
HSBC confirmed it had set aside $378m for fines relating to suspected manipulation of foreign exchange markets, amid ongoing talks with U.K. regulators.
A woman in London has been tested clear of Ebola after showing "haemorraghic fever" symptoms, health officials have said.
Euro zone manufacturing activity expanded slightly slower than thought in October, as weak demand continued to restrict growth.
Ryanair hiked its profit forecast by 18 percent on better-than-expected winter bookings and said it would cut fares by up to 10 percent in the spring.
Publicis has agreed to acquire Sapient in an all-cash transaction for $25 per share, valuing the U.S. digital advertising specialist at $3.7 billion.
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