Deutsche Bank has scrapped its cash bonuses for the year and is looking into tying compensation to share performance, the bank’s CFO said. » Read More
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Embattled bank announces third-quarter net income hit 278 million euros, which compares favorably to a 6 billion euro loss this time last year. » Read More
ABB's third-quarter orders slipped 14 percent on weak customer demand with CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer telling CNBC that the Brexit vote and the U.S. elections were to blame.
The UK’s foreign support budget could be used to boost post-Brexit business.
Deutsche Bank's negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice has created uncertainty and hit strategy planning for the bank, the bank's CEO John Cryan said.
The lure of London for luxury shoppers has tightened its pull in recent months, driven by its core characteristics and the U.K.'s Brexit vote.
Mobile phones can play a crucial role in empowering women through technology, according to Cherie Blair.
Earthquakes rocked a wide area of central Italy on Wednesday, striking fear among residents rattled by a deadly tremor in August.
The European Central Bank is nearly certain to continue buying bonds beyond its March target, central bank sources have told Reuters.
The two races differ in several key ways, Goldman economist Alec Phillips said, diminishing the possibility of a repeat.
Hillary Clinton has an 85 percent chance of winning the U.S. presidential election, at least according to two prominent U.K. betting companies.
GDP data due Thursday to give first indications of how the U.K. economy is performing after the Brexit vote.
Hillary Clinton received the backing of pop star Adele on Tuesday evening, with the British singer telling fans she was "100 percent" behind the Democratic presidential candidate.
The European parliament will for the first time vote on whether to spend large scale public cash on military research.
Ericsson announced Swedish businessman, Börje Ekholm, as its new CEO on Wednesday in an effort to revive a crisis.
Spain is the attractive spot for investment, an analyst has told CNBC .
Presidential hopeful Jean-Francois Cope shocked French voters on Monday when he failed a key election test: The price of pain au chocolat
Britain has fined Vodafone a record 4.6 million pounds ($5.60 million) for "serious and sustained" customer failures.
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