Death and desperation mounted in Europe's migrant crisis Friday as Austrian police said 71 people appeared to have suffocated in the back of an abandoned truck, while an estimated 200 people were feared drowned off Libya when two overloaded boats capsized.» Read More
Willie Walsh will head the board responsible for setting debt and investment targets as Ireland reenters financial markets after a bailout.
Hurricane-force winds have disrupted major power and transport networks in the U.K. on Monday.
Micropubs are popping up around the U.K. and are looking to fill in the gap left by the decline of the traditional British "boozer."
The U.K's "big six" energy companies will be grilled by U.K. lawmakers on Tuesday about the reasons behind hiking their consumer energy bills.
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) recently tracked over 60 million calls in Spain in a month, a Spanish newspaper said.
G4S said it had rejected a £1.55 billion offer for its cash solutions business from U.K. private equity group Charterhouse Capital Partners.
The trial of Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, both former News Corp executives, is the pinnacle of years of turmoil for Rupert Murdoch's media empire.
Troubled Spanish bank Bankia posted better-than-expected results on Monday.
The euro area has always been an attractive investment destination for those willing to bet against irrational spells of gloom.
Czech Social Democrats won a slim victory in a parliamentary election on Saturday but now face the tough task forming a government.
The United States may have bugged Angela Merkel's phone for more than 10 years, according to a report that also said President Barack Obama told the German leader he would have stopped it happening had he known about it.
A housing shortage in Sweden is pushing up prices to levels close to those in central London and threatening to undermine one of Europe's most solid economies.
Britain's economic growth picked up pace in the third quarter of 2013, boosting hopes that the country's nascent recovery is becoming more entrenched.
The head of Danish biotech firm Novozymes admitted his executives held few shares in the company on Friday.
Children as young as five will begin learning computer coding next year as part of a shake-up of the U.K.'s national curriculum.
Confidence among German businesses showed an unexpected fall in October as concerns over a strong euro and a U.S. government shutdown resolved earlier this month took their toll.
The United States National Security Agency's wayward behavior is the first step to the country losing its credibility, a prominent EU lawmaker has told CNBC.
BBVA, Spain's second-biggest bank, said on Friday it was cutting its 2013 dividend and capping payouts as of next year to a maximum of 40 percent of profits paid solely in cash.
Italian actress Sophia Loren, 79, won a tax dispute from 1974 that said she should have paid 60 percent rather than 70 percent of her earnings then.
A week before UBS announced a major restructuring last year, one journalist at the Financial Times reported lots of details about the changes.
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