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With Croatia's economy expected to contract for the sixth year in a row, the country's economy minister admitted the government had been slow to act.
For some in eastern Europe, communism helps explains how two small countries managed to triumph in computing.
U.S. drug maker AbbVie has been forced to retract comments about shareholder support for its $51 billion bid for Shire.
The Institute for Religious Works is to be slimmed down as part of Pope Francis's mission to refocus the Catholic Church, the FT reports.
Brazil was defeated by Germany in the World Cup semi-final, but the Germans haven't only been thrashing the Brazilians on the football pitch.
ECB Board Member Peter Praet said European governments should stop urging the central bank to step up measures to temper the strength of the euro.
This “small country for great holidays” suffers the same malaise that hampers other holiday hot spots along the Mediterranean coast.
Jean-Claude Juncker denied on Tuesday that he favored a federal European superstate as he sought the support of British Conservatives.
Apple's iWatch, tipped to launch in the autumn this year, could dent the profits of the Swiss company behind the Swatch brand.
the sensation surrounding the NSA's surveillance activities helped narrow losses at the publisher of the U.K.'s Guardian and Observer newspapers.
Carrefour will shut its Indian operations and close its wholesale stores in the country as the French retail giant pulls out of underperforming markets.
U.S. authorities have begun settlement talks with Commerzbank over its dealings with blacklisted countries, the New York Times reports.
Air France KLM's 2014 profits could be as much as 12 percent lower than previously predicted, mainly due to overcapacity.
British retailer Marks & Spencer on Tuesday reported a 13th consecutive quarter of falls in underlying general merchandise sales.
Foreign investors are not spooked by a bank run in the Bulgaria, the nation's finance minister said.
Investors interested in emerging Europe might consider small-but-vibrant Slovakia, the first ex-Soviet satellite state to join the euro zone.
A billionaire has failed to prevent the media from reporting his $1.3 billion divorce case, likely the largest to come before the English courts.
Pressure is on the ECB to take action against a strong euro with a leading industrialist calling on Frankfurt to tackle the euro's "crazy" strength.
A proposed referendum on EU membership and upcoming elections are among the biggest risks facing CFOS of the U.K.'s top corporates.
An economic slowdown in Germany could bode ill for its easterly neigbors, for whom it is the biggest export market.
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