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German pharmaceutical group Bayer offered to buy Norway's Algeta for $2.4 billion, Algeta said on Tuesday.
The EU plans to close a loophole that allows companies to slash their tax bills by setting up offices in softer tax regimes.
Ukraine's rejection of a EU trade deal, was met with dismay. However, economic analysts said a move towards Russia and away from Europe could benefit Ukraine over the coming months.
Cheer has returned to London’s initial public offering (IPO) market, but investors may want to watch out for froth as they crack open the champagne.
Fiat said on Monday its U.S. unit Chrysler would not launch an initial public offering before the end of the year.
Online shopping is set to rocket this Christmas, according to new research, which stressed that flexible delivery was crucial for retailers.
The reputation of the U.K.'s banking industry took another hammering following reports that bailed-out RBS had profited from struggling firms.
The delay surrounding the European banking union needs to end if lenders are to shake off "the shackles on growth," the CFO of BNP Paribas told CNBC.
PSA Peugeot Citroen is interviewing candidates to replace Chief Executive Philippe Varin, sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Germany might be growing and there are signs of stabilization in Europe, but it's nothing to "hang our hats on," the CFO of Deutsche Post DHL said.
British lender Royal Bank of Scotland has been accused by a government advisor of pushing struggling small firms into its turnaround unit.
Swiss voters rejected a proposal on Sunday to cap the salaries of top executives at 12 times that of a company's lowest wage.
A bitter divorce battle, which has seen billionaires from the UK and Russia take the stand, has concluded with a payout, has concluded.
The euro zone's largest economy Germany might be powering ahead in terms of growth but the region as a whole is heading towards a "catastrophe."
Budget airline Ryanair has announced a raft of improvements in a bid to keep up with its main rival easyJet, chief executive Michael O'Leary said.
The intern at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, that collapsed and died at his home in London in August, died of natural causes, a coroner has said.
Switzerland's chief executives await with bated breath a vote on Sunday to determine whether their monthly pay packets should be capped.
Sir Richard Branson appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Friday and announced that his commercial space flight venture will accept bitcoin as payment, "a new exciting currency."
Juergen Fitschen, the co-CEO of Deutsche Bank, has warned that negative deposit rates would have "unintended consequences."
Luxembourg, Cyprus, the British Virgin Islands and the Seychelles do not meet the international standards on tax transparency.
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