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Millions of indebted Russians will gain the right to file for bankruptcy for the first time ever on Thursday.
Officials at Glencore sought to reassure credit investors after a market rout earlier this week.
A Danish travel company has launched a unusual campaign to heighten clients’ sex drives and ultimately boost Denmark’s low birth rate.
Volkswagen and FIFA responded in different ways to recent crises. Experts think there are lessons for managers on how to handle scandals.
Traders have started to quote prices for Glencore debt in a manner normally associated with lower-quality paper, the FT reports.
It's been a tough week for Uber. The ride-hailing app is facing a French court case and a crackdown in London. Here's what's gone wrong.
Iraq is turning a blind eye to Russia's move into Syria despite US objections, says David Phillips.
The United States believes that Russia has started carrying out air strikes in Syria in the vicinity of Homs, a U.S. official told Reuters.
France's left wing government has unveiled its budget for next year, offering household and business tax cuts, despite a weak economic backdrop.
Volkswagen “won’t be the same company” as the emissions scandal unwinds, Wolfgang Schaeuble, German’s austere finance minister, warned on Wednesday.
Inflation remains well below the ECB's target and could fuel expectations of an extension of its 1 trillion euro bond-buying program.
Fiat Chrysler under-reported a "significant" amount of deaths, injuries and legal claims that it was obliged to reveal, the FT reports.
Supermarket says its full-year profit was set to exceed analysts' average forecast, despite posting a seventh straight quarter of falling sales.
Axel Springer is taking a minority stake in lifestyle website operator Thrillist Media Group, CEO Mathias Doepfner tells CNBC.
Payments firm Adyen has snagged a $2.3 billion valuation after funding from a wealth management firm that counts Mark Zuckerberg as a client.
A general election in Portugal this weekend will be closely watched by European leaders as it will show whether austerity can win a general election.
Berlin on Tuesday agreed measures aimed at curbing an unprecedented surge in migrants, including cuts to cash payments, the FT reports.
At the end of this year, leaders from around the world will convene in Paris for COP21. Sustainable Energy gives you the lowdown.
The Arctic is likely the biggest untapped area for petroleum on Earth, but Royal Dutch Shell is just the latest of the oil supermajors to pull back. Here's why.
A new report is trying to pour cold water on the idea that Silicon Valley is the place to find the best technology talent. Step forward…London.
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David Faulkner, South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa economist at HSBC, explains why South Africa's growth has been very weak.
Spiros Malandrakis, senior alcoholic drinks analyst at Euromonitor International, explains why AB InBev’s bid was more of an account-inspired deal than a consumer trend-based one.
Richard Hunter, head of equities at Hargreaves Lansdown, says while it was disappointing that the U.S. Federal Reserve didn’t hike in September, the logic behind its decision was clear.