Italian judges are to announce Tuesday or Wednesday their opinion on a proposal to update the country's electoral system. Their decision has a direct impact on how long the current political instability in Italy will drag on. » Read More
Turkey's central bank hiked its overnight lending rate by 75 basis points after sharp falls in the lira.
The Scottish National Party says it will go toe-to-toe with the government of the United Kingdom over plans to exit the European Union
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SAP Finance Chief Luka Mucic indicated last month the company would meet 2016 targets.
Medical equipment maker Philips on Tuesday disclosed a conflict with the U.S. government over defibrillators it sold prior to 2015.
Britain’s Brexit minister has revealed that the government will introduce legislation for exiting the EU within the “coming days.”
Russia's Energy Minister has welcomed President Donald Trump's decision to unveil a new energy plan for America.
International collaboration is the only way to solve problems too big for countries to tackle alone, said Mario Draghi on Monday in Turin.
Emmanuel Macron, the investment banker turned politician, has been the surprise in French politics over the past few months, gathering more popular support than his center-left rivals.
Five beauty tech start-ups have been selected for an accelerator backed by cosmetics giant L'Oréal, it was announced Monday.
The French electoral system could be the answer to preventing another populist politician leading one of the biggest economies.
The Turkish deputy prime minister denies that the country is in a currency crisis despite several interventions by the central bank.
People in the euro zone don't have enough money due to labor taxes being too high, said the president of the Eurogroup on Thursday.
Vladimir Putin could make a 'windfall' if the President-elect lets his 'emotions' get in the way, Hermitage Capital's CEO told CNBC.
Different dynamics between the euro zone and Germany make monetary policy "politically" awkward, the chief economist at Citigroup told CNBC.
President-elect Donald Trump should prioritize lifting sanctions on Russian banks, the President of Russia's second-biggest lender said.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says Europe's structural issues like Brexit could have consequences for the banking giant.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May declared Britain would remain open for business when speaking in Davos, Switzerland on Thursday.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley has detailed how his company has adjusted to the different banking regulations in the United States.
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An index showing the world's most and least affordable major cities has been released
Liberty Media's $8 billion takeover of F1 has brought the forty year reign of the sport's former CEO to a close.
La La Land topped the Oscar nominations with 14, followed by Moonlight and Arrival with eight.