Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis insists he did nothing wrong running a secret project over a possible Grexit, The Financial Times reports.» Read More
The Greek parliament is due to vote Wednesday on a second set of reforms demanded by its lenders, if it is to receive a third bailout package.
Ikea is recalling about 27 million chest and dressers because they can tip over and crush children, the retailer announced Wednesday.
Signs of a recovery in big European states such as France suggest 2016 could be the best year for the region in over a decade, one fund manager says.
Bank of England policymakers voted unanimously to keep interest rates on hold this month but there were signs of edging towards a first rate hike.
The CEO of ARM, the chipmaker whose share price spiked this year on Apple takeover rumors, said being independent is “right” for the firm.
Google's rivals have asked EU regulators to probe the group's dominance of the technology at the heart of the market for online display ads.
British low-cost airline easyJet guided to annual profit growth of up to 14 percent.
Greece's Tsipras is emerging as a canny, pragmatic politician with a stake in the success of the measures he came to power vowing to eradicate. The New York Times reports.
Greece's commitments may be long-term "unsustainable," S&P said, adding that the chances of a Grexit remain higher than one in three.
If the EU were a fiscal union like the U.S., then what state would Greece be most like? Which of us take more from the government than they give back?
Europe’s big banks have been witnessing a management shake-up that could help boost the long-term prospects of the banking sector, analysts say.
Mykonos is not Greece. That was the message from businesses in the Greek windy island, which are striving for some normality.
A new music festival in Romania has opted for a unique ticketing scheme — offering discounts in exchange for blood.
The deep-fried Mars Bar has become synonymous with Scottish cuisine but the crispy, sickly sweet treat could be under threat.
Swiss drugmaker Novartis reported second-quarter core net income that fell short of expectations on Tuesday, on the back of a stronger dollar.
German business software maker SAP reported mixed quarterly results on Tuesday as revenues topped expectations.
Hermes forecast on Tuesday that its first-half operating margin would decline slightly year-on-year because of the weaker euro.
Microsoft's Cortana, is to get different national and regional accents and understand cultural references when it launches with Windows 10.
Australia and New Zealand might beat England at cricket - but when it comes to currency markets, the tables are turned.
Speciality chemicals and paints maker AkzoNobel said it was on track to meet its 2015 targets on Tuesday.
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On Monday, the Shanghai Composite had its biggest one-day drop since Feb 2007, yet Douglas Morton, head of Asia research at Aviate Global, explains why the moves aren't that extraordinary.