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The U.K. government told the European Union Monday that it will trigger Article 50 on March 29, officially kicking off the process to exit the bloc.
President Donald Trump must clarify the reasons behind his perceived "bromance" with Russia President Vladimir Putin, William Cohen says.
The Great Repeal – or Brexit – bill could be accompanied by multiple separate changes to U.K. law, which threatens to pre-occupy lawmakers.
Forget buying that new car, opt for a scarf and gloves and head to Norway if you want to achieve true happiness, a new report suggests.
Britain's Vodafone Group and Idea Cellular agreed on Monday to merge their Indian operations.
At the China Development Forum in Beijing, Societe Generale Chairman Lorenzo Bini Smaghi discussed the ECB's plan for rates and QE.
Volkmar Denner, CEO at Bosch, talked global trade with CNBC at the China Development Forum.
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen rejected Trump's claim that Germany owes NATO and the United States "vast sums" of money for defense.
The leaders were seated in the Oval Office posing for cameras when the press asked if the two would give each other a handshake.
President Donald Trump says Germany owes "vast sums of money" to NATO and the U.S. "must be paid more" for providing defense.
The world's financial leaders backtracked on past commitments to keep trade open and reject protectionism.
The winds of change were palpable in the rather low-key red brick Berlin Arena on Sunday.
Roger Stone is the target of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s inquiry about possible Russian connections to Donald Trump’s campaign.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged the EU to finally sign a free trade deal with Japan.
Michel Sapin, finance and economy minister for France, explains why National Front's Marine Le Pen won't win the upcoming French election.
President Donald Trump’s plans to to ease banking regulation is raising eyebrows in Europe.
The Greek government and its creditors continue to be at odds over the need for further austerity measures, but recent developments indicate the International Monetary Fund is closer to joining the bailout program.
The number of jobs available within the City of London has shrunk by 23% ahead of the U.K's exit negotiations with the European Union.
Oxford University has teamed up with a private equity firm to launch a research programme, which would examine the effects of medical cannabis.
The euro area could be on the brink of losing one of its most important politicians following the general election in the Netherlands.
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Announced in 2015, Roborace aims to be world's first self-driving car racing series.
The South Korean electronics giant drew a massive crowd – and even a roof-top protest – at the launch of its two new tablets.
Mobile World Congress is the largest annual gathering of the world's mobile industry, which is itself worth a staggering $3.3 trillion.