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Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square, said the launch in the U.K. would have a "fairly meaningful" impact on revenue.
Britain's biggest retailer Tesco has agreed to pay a 129 million pound ($162 million) fine to settle an investigation by prosecutors over a 2014 profit overstatement, it said on Tuesday.
Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson said on Tuesday it would take provisions, write-downs and restructuring charges this year.
Chinese conglomerate HNA Group is in talks to buy a controlling stake in the owner of the publisher of Forbes magazine.
China will be the world's second-largest wine import market, overtaking the U.K. by 2020, Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglise told CNBC.
If French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen loses, it will spur “significant” inflows into European stocks, JPMorgan said in a note Monday.
The U.K. is staring down the barrel of a hard Brexit and that will bring four types of market distress, a portfolio manager said.
Hundreds of Russians, including President Putin’s political opponent Alexei Navalny, were arrested Sunday after anti-corruption protests.
There could be mergers and acquisitions in the German banking sector to offset the costs of low interest rates, a member of the ECB told CNBC on Monday.
A Russian bank under Western economic sanctions disclosed on Monday that its executives had met Jared Kushner.
French President Francois Hollande defended the importance of multilateralism as he warned against protectionism during a state visit to Singapore.
The ECB should be ready to change its monetary policy as inflation data start to meet targets, a member of the bank's executive board told CNBC on Monday.
Sterling is set to enter a volatile period as British Prime Minister Theresa May gets ready to trigger Article 50 and kick off the Brexit process.
The two politicians' trajectories are more similar than one might think, a strategist told CNBC.
The Queen of England is hiring a new curtain and cushion maker for Buckingham Palace, according to a job listing posted Monday.
Britain's BT has been fined a record 42 million pounds ($53 million) by the regulator for failing to install high-speed lines for businesses fast enough.
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Ben Rogoff, fund manager at Polar Capital, discusses his view on Apple, adding that the company's stock remains undervalued.
Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, discusses how the Bank of England can react to the risks Brexit presents.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey adds that the impact of AI is "additive" and that it has the potential to "give back time to people."