The euro zone economy grew by 0.3 percent in the last three months of 2015, meeting expectations, official statistics show.» Read More
The European Union needs a stronger brand to halt the rise of Euroskepticism, reduce the risk of breaking up the 28-country union and continue to keep the region free of war, a think tank has claimed.
AstraZeneca shares fall 13 percent after it rejects a final bid from Pfizer, calling the offer inadequate and presenting significant risks.
European Central Bank Executive Board member Peter Praet will recommend that the bank cut its main refinancing rate, according to the German magazine Der Spiegel.
European budget airline Ryanair posted its first fall in full-year net profit in five years, as the company tackled a tough environment.
Germany's Siemens is working on a formal asset-swap offer for Alstom's power business that could come as early as this week.
Gérard Depardieu introduced Welcome to New York in Cannes, a truth-based drama inspired by the Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal.
AstraZeneca is preparing to reject a £69 billion takeover bid by Pfizer hours after the latter said it would walk away if its offer were rebuffed.
Rogue trader Jerome Kerviel was arrested on Sunday to serve a three-year sentence in a case he has depicted as one's struggle against high finance.
German businesses have toned down public criticism, but are quietly warning politicians that sanctions will simply drive Russia to Asia.
When Russia seized Crimea in March, it also acquired the rights to trillion-dollar resources, the New York Times reports.
Britain's wealthiest people are richer than they have ever been, with a combined fortune of $874 billion, according to an annual study.
Bank of England Governor warns of 'deep, deep' structural problems which pose the biggest current risk to the economy.
Russian energy giant assures its European customers it would continue to supply their gas, after its threat to halt supplies to Ukraine.
Detailed warning on the options Moscow is considering to tighten control of the internet, the Financial Times reports.
Switzerland is heading to the polls on Sunday to vote on whether to create the world's highest minimum wage.
While dovish central bankers might be the main reason behind the recent move in bonds, it appears buying from this small country could be accentuating this move lower.
Both the local elections - with close to 40,000 candidates - and European elections have Greece's ruling New Democracy party worried.
An energy crisis is looming for a number of central European countries, according to a new report.
The richest 20 percent owned just one percentage point more of the country's total household wealth in 2012 than they did in 2008.
Deutsche Bank traders have been given a slap on the wrist for their "boastful, indiscreet and vulgar" behavior.
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