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Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Friday that he believed Greece and its creditors could ink a debt relief deal next week.
Cartier owner didn't expect the trading environment to improve soon after underlying sales growth slowed further.
The reason behind Erdogan's maneuvers is to force the EU to take a more accommodating approach to Turkish legislation and practices.
European Central Bank rate setters agreed on the need to defend the bank against a growing number of critics when they met in April.
Deutsche Bank expects further big legal costs this year to deal with a raft of scandals that have hurt profits and dogged its reputation, its CEO said Thursday.
A Chinese magnate has agreed to buy historic English football club Aston Villa, the latest in a series of investments from China into football worldwide as President Xi Jinping looks to make the country a global powerhouse in the sport.
German drug and chemicals giant Bayer has made an unsolicited takeover offer for Monsanto, the world's biggest seed company.
Zika, the mosquito-borne virus, could reach Europe's borders as soon as late spring or this summer, a UN health agency warned Wednesday.
If the U.K. opts to leave the European Union, one industrial sector is expected to emerge relatively unscathed: the travel industry.
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British luxury fashion group Burberry said it would overhaul its retail operations and simplify its product range after its full-year profit fell 10 percent.
Brewer posts 8 percent fall in revenue despite rise in sales, as foreign currencies struggled against a strong dollar.
The forecast hit to the U.K. economy from leaving the EU is "rotten propaganda," an ex-U.K. finance minister said.
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The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating state-sponsored doping by dozens of Russian athletes, the New York Times reports.
U.K. leader David Cameron wants help from social media sites such as Tinder to help to win EU referendum.
British fitness company 1Rebel plans to transform a bus into a mobile spinning studio to help Londoners better utilize their morning commute.
A Burger King in Helsinki, Finland is home to not one, but two saunas.
Alain Dehaze said sectors such as IT and finance were waiting for the outcome of the vote before making decisions on hiring for projects.
Thousands of people in the U.K. are up in arms over rumors that the BBC could be about to shelve its public archive of cooking recipes.
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Barack Obama has become the first serving U.S. president to visit Hiroshima since WW2 to “look directly in the eye of history.”
Speaking at Hiroshima, U.S. president, Barack Obama references the mushroom cloud caused by the atomic bombs dropped on Japan at the end of World War II.