The U.K.’s International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is to visit Mexico Wednesday to launch discussions for a post-Brexit deal as part of the Britain’s ongoing efforts to secure its trading future outside of the EU. » Read More
The European Commission said on Wednesday it would start legal action against Poland over a law reforming the judiciary that undermines the independence of judges and therefore breaks EU treaty rules. » Read More
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The U.K. economy grew by 0.3 percent in the three months to June compared to the previous quarter, which was in line with expectations. » Read More
Adele's latest album is the UK’s best selling home entertainment title of 2015, beating the EA Sports “FIFA 16” computer game.
The demise of the Schengen agreement would have serious economic consequences, but it would also be hugely symbolic.
Volkswagen has stepped up its pursuit of driverless cars as it looks to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it.
A senior ECB policymaker has backed the central bank’s plan to kick-start inflation in the euro zone.
Google and Coca-Cola felt the wrath of both Ukraine and Russia after major online blunders this week.
Middle Eastern powerhouse Saudi Arabia wants better ties with Russia, a country it sees as a "great power," the Saudi foreign minister told CNBC.
German police gave the all-clear after investigating five items delivered to Chancellor Angela Merkel's office in central Berlin.
Global markets started 2016 on a down note. But let's not forget — 2015 was a strong year for select group of international markets.
Magazine Charlie Hebdo is set to mark the first anniversary of the attacks on its Paris offices with a special edition.
Happy Fat Cat Tuesday! Today’s the day when the pay of a FTSE 100 company's CEO will overtake the average U.K. worker’s annual earnings.
The euro zone's rate of inflation remained unchanged in December at 0.2 percent year on year, according to preliminary data from Eurostat.
The masked militant in an Islamic State video showing the killing of five men is believed to be a Londoner who once sold inflatable bouncy castles.
China's stock market plunge signals a slowdown in the U.S. economy, analyst Peter Boockvar says.
Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket, said it made a bid approach to Home Retail in November, which was rejected.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Tuesday he saw no alternative to a repeat of elections in Catalonia.
Deteriorating relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran will damage peace talks in Syria and serve to benefit Islamic State, analysts warn.
Denmark has imposed controls on its southern frontier with Germany in a move that is intended to stem the flow of migrants, the FT reports.
This year saw some seismic events take place around the world. CNBC looks back at some of the most significant.
In Greece, high-tech start-ups are emerging with disruptive technologies for the global marketplace. Here's a look at some hot fledglings.
Record-breaking rainfall caused by a winter storm named Storm Desmond has devastated towns and cities across the north of England.
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Russian model Natalia Vodianova talks about the Naked Heart Foundation, a Russian children's charity founded in response to the Beslan school siege in which 186 children were killed.
The world renowned Bolshoi Theater, Moscow, founded in 1776 by Russian Empress Catherine the Great, is known as the country's "cultural epicenter".
Central banks and governments should not be considered as authorities which are independent of each other, Andrew Lilico, director at Europe Economics, told CNBC.