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ING reported second-quarter earnings in line with analysts' expectations, with loans and deposits growing amid a European recovery.
Sales of tea and cookies have declined over the past five years as U.K. consumers turn to healthier snacks and more adventurous beverages.
London Stock Exchange Group said pretax profit for the first half rose 21 percent.
HSBC said Stephen King had decided to take the role of senior economic adviser after 17 years with the bank.
Market experts and economists are now questioning how long it will take for market confidence in Greece to recover – if ever.
Agricultural giant Monsanto reportedly made a $45 billion bid for Syngenta in May but was rebuffed.
From a "Grexit" to the closure of banks, here are six myths about the Greek crisis, says Nicholas Economides, an NYU professor and adviser to Greece.
Fear of becoming too heavily reliant on Apple and Google accelerated the decision of Germany's carmakers to buy Nokia's HERE mapping unit.
London's Shire said it was seeking to buy U.S. firm Baxalta in a $30 billion deal to create a global specialist in medicines treating rare diseases.
In the crowded and competitive U.K insurance market place, the battle for new customers is heating up, the chief executive of Direct Line told CNBC.
AXA posted a 2 percent increase in net income as a fall in the value of financial assets reduced the benefit of a weak euro on its earnings.
A former bond trader has launched a high-end take-out service that's bringing Michelin-starred dining to London's living rooms.
Second-quarter operating profit eases 3 percent on slowing China sales, leading carmaker to caution that earnings momentum was slowing.
Philippe Brassac makes his mark with a management reshuffle, as the bank nears a settlement with U.S. authorities on sanctions.
The euro-dollar has developed a broad consolidation between 1.05 and 1.14, a trend that is detached from the Greek crisis.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Monday revised its outlook on the European Union to "negative" from "stable," citing Greece as a factor.
Greece's business owners are desperately looking to move their companies abroad, as capital controls intensify the challenges in the country.
The sale of Royal Bank of Scotland shares marks the UK's biggest privatization move at a loss to the taxpayer, The Financial Times reports.
A former trader was found guilty of charges of conspiracy to defraud in the first trial of a defendant accused of Libor interest rate rigging.
An analyst Friday addressed the concern that Apple will lose its dominance of the tech industry like Nokia did a decade ago.
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Deborah Fuhr, managing partner at ETFGI, explains why ETFs are starting to overtake hedge funds, based on both performance and fees.
Ross Webster, MD International at The Weather Channel, discusses how much of an impact weather has on retail sales.
Nir Zohar, president, co-founder & COO of WIX, says Facebook and Google partnerships have had "great contribution;" but it's WIX's organic growth which has excelled.