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Failure to strike a mutual partnership with the EU once Britain leaves the single market would be detrimental for businesses across Europe.
In a new report, the European Environment Agency has warned about the continued effects of climate change.
Chocolate brand Cadbury is to sponsor the English Premier League, starting at the beginning of the 2017/18 football season
The run-up to the upcoming German election has begun with the second-biggest party announcing who will fight against Chancellor Angela Merkel.
About a third of small British companies expect their overseas business to fall because of Brexit, according to new research.
Novartis will launch a strategic review of its flagging eyecare business, Alcon, chief executive Joe Jimenez told CNBC on Wednesday.
Survey found 16 percent of Americans had no savings, while 41 percent had three months or less take-home pay stashed away.
Deutsche Bank is considering a partial initial public offering of its asset management unit, several people close to the matter said on Tuesday.
The ECB may soon start planning an exit from its unprecedented stimulus programme, Executive Board member Sabine Lautenschlaeger said.
Italian judges are to announce Tuesday or Wednesday their opinion on a proposal to update the country's electoral system. Their decision has a direct impact on how long the current political instability in Italy will drag on.
Turkey's central bank hiked its overnight lending rate by 75 basis points after sharp falls in the lira.
The Supreme Court ruled against government's prerogative powers with a majority of eight to three.
The value of alleged fraud cases reaching U.K. courts totaled more than $1.36 billion in 2016 according to a report from KPMG.
The Mayor of London has issued a "Very High" air pollution alert for people living in the U.K. capital.
The Scottish National Party says it will go toe-to-toe with the government of the United Kingdom over plans to exit the European Union
Nadja Swarovski, executive board member of the Swarovski company on the digital age, social responsibility and the Academy Awards
Amazon has offered to scrap some clauses from its e-book deals with publishers a move aimed at ending an EU antitrust investigation.
SAP Finance Chief Luka Mucic indicated last month the company would meet 2016 targets.
The euro zone purchasing manufactures index eased slightly to 54.3 from 54.4 in December, IHS Markit said Tuesday.
Medical equipment maker Philips on Tuesday disclosed a conflict with the U.S. government over defibrillators it sold prior to 2015.
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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May tells Parliament that the "world needs the liberal democratic values of Europe."
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May also tells Parliament that securing the rights of EU citizens living in Britain will take priority in Brexit talks.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announces to Parliament that a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk has been delivered, invoking article 50.