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“We’re definitely seeing demand from the most-connected customers that they want some simplicity in a device,” EE's CEO told CNBC.
Concerns over the French presidential election seemed to have eased slightly on Monday with the yields on the 10-year French bond falling.
Banking is headed for an “Uber moment”, Barclays’ former chief executive once said in late 2015.
The euro zone might be clouded by political uncertainty with fears of populist victories in key elections across the bloc. But Deutsche Bank says none of these risks should end up materializing.
Sterling slumped on Monday following a report that Scotland will ask for a fresh referendum on its U.K. membership.
Investors appear to have shrugged off Brexit concerns to adjudge the U.K. as the third most important country in terms of company growth prospects; report.
The cuts will see the bank's bonus pool shrink by about 80 percent and hit about a quarter of Deutsche's roughly 100,000 staff.
The 29 billion euro ($30.65 billion) tie-up between the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Börse has been thrown into doubt.
The European project is stalled by the French and German inability to respect and celebrate their differences.
Two people were taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries after jumping out of a second-floor window to escape the blaze.
Jens Spahn: "We think it is very, very likely that we will come to an agreement with the International Monetary Fund that does not require a haircut."
Unnerved by the proliferation of T-shirts and tea towels around the world, the Vatican warns it intends to "protect" the image of the pope.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), one of the U.K.'s "big four" banks, reported its ninth consecutive year of losses in its full-year earnings release on Friday.
Low-cost airline Norwegian has unveiled a series of transatlantic flights between the U.K. and the U.S. for as little as $65.
French far-right-leader Marine Le Pen refused to be questioned by police when she was summoned on Wednesday, her lawyer said on Friday.
The EU with a great opportunity to achieve results without the hurdles put in the way by Britain, Italy's ex-prime minister told CNBC.
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European Commission’s VP Digital Single Market, Andrus Ansip says the United Kingdom has been and still is the “strongest supporter of creation of digital single market” in the European Union.