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After a one-month reprieve, French unemployment rose again in November, casting doubt on the government’s ability to curb unemployment.
If your marriage is over, you’re a member of the jet set and earn less than your partner, London seems to be the place to get a generous settlement.
An energy deal between Moscow and Damascus could influence the Syrian civil war and the drive by regional powers to exploit Mediterranean oil and gas deposits.
German pharmaceutical group Merck is seeking a partnership with an Iranian manufacturer to produce medicines. The FT reports.
Spain plans to cut taxes for low-income Spanish families in 2014, but citizens in higher income brackets won't get the same windfall.
Investors should look to European equity markets for outperformers after U.S. stocks went on an epic run, Quantitative Management Associates' Ed Keon told CNBC.
The euro zone debt crisis may be have eased in the markets this year, but analysts have told CNBC that 2014 could bring disturbance on a political front.
If the promotions seemed relentless in the U.S. this holiday season, be thankful you weren't in the United Kingdom.
A growing number of trendy city-dwellers are taking lessons in archaic – and sometimes weird – skills to stand out from the crowd.
UniCredit said on Tuesday it reached a deal with Cerberus European Investments to sell a portfolio of non-performing loans.
The combination of a recession in the past five years and an ageing population has changed the face of the U.K.'s main shopping streets.
Norway's $815 billion oil fund faces a crucial year with several big decisions expected on its strategy amid concerns it has become too big. The FT reports.
Britain was the largest grant donor to the World Bank's $52 billion fund for poor countries followed by the US, Japan and Germany.
Rolls-Royce said Britain's Serious Fraud Office (had started a formal investigation into concerns about bribery and corruption.
Italy's government is racing to get its heavily contested 2014 budget bill through the upper house of its Parliament before the year is out.
Britain is becoming a hub for innovative startups. We look at ten that have achieved staggering rates of growth in the past five years.
Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregier hopes the European Central Bank (ECB) will advance its efforts to support the region's economy in 2014, he told CNBC.
The former head of the European Central Bank told CNBC that global growth is set to pick up in 2014.
Ukraine has compiled a list which identifies members of Kiev's foreign business community as threats to the country.
Conscience, fear and the possibility of financial reward have raised the number of tip-offs from whistleblowers to new highs, the FT reports.
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