Low oil prices are hurting beer sales in some countries but the chief executive of Heineken told CNBC that its key brand has "miles to grow."» Read More
The people of Scotland decide Thursday whether national pride outweighs economic risk. The New York Times reports.
The increasingly bitter Scottish independence referendum campaign, ahead of Thursday's poll, has been fought on social and gender lines.
Members of Scotland's best-known industry are watching the vote for independence with serious trepidation.
Russia’s incursion in Ukraine and worsening relations with the West have caught neighboring countries in the cross-fire.
The results of Europe's most comprehensive ever review of its banks' health will be announced on October 26, sources told Reuters.
Independence could put great strain on Scotland's university research, touted as one of the best in the world by the pro-independence camp.
A hypothetical Scottish index, made up of companies based in Scotland listed in the UK, has been left relatively untouched by the referendum.
Former president Sarkozy is set to announce his return to politics after a slim victory for the socialist government in a confidence vote.
The Federal Reserve has asked Credit Suisse to address problems relating to the bank's underwriting and sale of leveraged loans.
The CEO of one of Europe's biggest asset managers has warned that markets will undoubtedly face a tough day on Friday.
The debate over Scottish independence has become so bitter that whatever the outcome, either Scotland or the UK will become deeply divided, writes CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi.
Scottish nationalists argue that being governed from London has deprived their country of Britain's oil fields' wealth. The New York Times reports.
This week Sergey Karaganov offered an arresting insight into the blend of self-pity and braggadocio at work in Moscow. The Financial Times reports.
CNBC looks at some of the most probable moves in the early days of Scottish independence if the Ayes have it.
British sentiment towards a Scottish exit has hardened, amid fears of a run on banks north of the border in the wake of "yes" vote.
Orange's offer for Spanish telecom operator Jazztel would create a "champion in the industry," said Chief Executive Officer Stefane Richard.
London's exploding sidewalks are due to Britain's notoriously rainy weather, a boss of one of the capital's cable companies has said.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch branded the U.K the world's "least popular region" among asset allocators, as the Scottish referendum looms.
Anders Borg, the outgoing Swedish finance minister, told CNBC that the country was set for a weak government that would struggle to push through any budget proposals.
U.K. August inflation dropped slightly in line with expectations, driven by a fall in the price of motor fuels and non-alcoholic drinks.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox
CNBC sets inside the London apartment of rock musician, Jimi Hendrix.
Quentin Sannié, CEO of Devialet, discusses audio tech and says his company has signed a deal with Apple to sell its device in their stores.
POLITICO's Ben White weighs in on the results of the New Hampshire primaries.