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Old military campaigns in the Middle East have come back to haunt the West as weapons left behind have fallen into Islamic State's hands.
Italy plans to launch a series of bad bank-style measures as early as the end of the year, the FT reports.
With their capital in lockdown amid fears of a Paris-style terror attack, Belgians looked for some relief from the tension. The answer? Cat pictures.
The bank hopes the system will free customers from passwords and allow it to lift limits on mobile transactions, the Financial Times reports.
Pfizer secured formal board approval on Sunday for its acquisition of Botox maker Allergan, according to people familiar with the matter.
Britain's "woeful" anti-money laundering rules leave the country wide open to terrorism funds, a leading anti-corruption group said.
Authorities widen their search for armed Islamist extremists, with officials saying more than one militant was at large in Brussels.
A state of emergency declared after pylons carrying electricity from Ukraine were damaged, cutting off power to almost 2 million people.
Adele's eagerly awaited third album is poised to set a new one week Nielsen era album sales record, Billboard reports.
After years of working to tighten budgets, European nations are now grappling with whether to boost defense expenditures.
Admirers of Al Qaeda and Islamic State jostle on social media over which jihadist organization was more righteous and prominent.
The United Nations unanimously calls on governments to "take all necessary measures" in the fight against Islamist militants.
One week on, CNBC takes a look at what's been said after the Paris terror attacks.
Fever, an event-finding mobile application that bills itself as an encyclopedia for nightlife, and has drawn $20 million in capital.
Companies show support online during times of crisis like the violence in Paris. But, the public is increasingly skeptical of their actions.
U.S. regulators say that software allowing six-cylinder Volkswagen diesel engines to cheat on pollution tests is on more models than thought.
Junior doctors in the U.K. are set to strike next month, which could see thousands of operations and appointments delayed or canceled.
Embattled German carmaker Volkswagen has announced a 1 billion euro ($1.07 billion) reduction in its annual capital expenditure.
France’s President Francois Hollande has declared the country “at war” with Islamic State terrorists – but what are the likely economic consequences?
The ECB stands ready to act promptly and decisively if it decides that its current policy is failing to stimulate the euro zone economy.
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Derek Halpenny, European Head of Global Currency Research, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd, discusses how the euro could be affected by next week's ECB meeting.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, says the 5 percent tax on women's sanitary products will be given to charities helping women.
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