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U.S. drugmaker Pfizer's boss was grilled by UK lawmakers on his commitment to British research spending and jobs.
A majority of Europe's banks have suffered a jump in bad loans even as investors lined up to lend them money, the Financial Times reports.
Russia cast doubt on the long-term future of the International Space Station as it retaliated on Tuesday against U.S. sanctions over Ukraine.
People can ask Google to delete sensitive information from its Internet search results, Europe's top court said on Tuesday.
The Bundesbank is ready to support European Central Bank policy action if it is needed and this is not new, two Bundesbank sources said on Tuesday.
The euro bounced back thanks to the Bank's of England's loose monetary policy and Asian central banks.
A second-hand exchange store in the U.K. has started dishing out virtual currency bitcoin to customers in return for old videogames.
CEO of Société Générale, Frédéric Oudéa has pledged the group's Russian business will be among the main drivers of growth in profits in the next three years.
Airbus Group posted a narrower-than-expected 5 percent drop in core earnings on Tuesday, despite lower aircraft deliveries and higher research and development spending.
Shares of U.K. airline easyJet fell Tuesday despite the company reporting a better-than-expected pretax loss for the first half of its trading year and an increase in revenues.
London's luxury housing market has started to slow after several years of soaring price growth, estate agents warn.
New York state seeks hundreds of millions of dollars from Credit Suisse in a probe into potential tax evasion that could push a settlement with U.S. authorities over $2 billion.
While much of the turmoil in Ukraine has taken place in the east, the jewel of Ukraine may be the proverbial line in the sand with Russia.
Italy’s largest lender returned to profitability in the first quarter, as it cleaned up its balance sheet ahead of euro zone bank health checks.
Three members of Take That, the Backstreet Boys-esque U.K. boyband, are facing a huge bill for unpaid tax.
More than half of European businesses are suffering as a result of late or non-payment of bills and invoices.
U.K. broadcaster BSkyB (British Sky Broadcasting) has confirmed reports which emerged over the weekend that it is looking to acquire stakes in Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland from 21st Century Fox.
U.K. satellite company Inmarsat is offering a free tracking service to all passenger airlines.
Europe is on the mend, but the economic crisis that has plagued the region since 2008 is not over yet, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde has warned.
Rebels declared victory in a referendum on self-rule for eastern Ukraine, with some saying that meant independence and others a union with Russia.
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Jeff Currie, global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, says the risk of crude oil reaching $20 a barrel is driven by “breaching storage capacity.”
The European Court of Justice has ruled a U.S.–EU data transfer deal as invalid. Mark Young, a special counsel on the data privacy team at Covington & Burling, discusses.
Michael Bell, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, explains why equity markets are due a rally, rather than a correction.