The answer to the eternal question, Does money make you happy? is no, according to a new study.
As attention now turns to the Dutch government's budget plans - due to be unveiled on September 17 – experts say guiding the country out of its recession will be a long and painful process.
Fast-approaching German elections are a bigger risk to Italy's stability than Silvio Berlusconi's potential expulsion from politics.
The outlook for aluminium has stabilized, with consumption improving, according to the head of the world’s biggest aluminium company, Oleg Deripaska.
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European shares closed higher on Tuesday, as the imminent threat of Western military action against Syria receded and fresh Chinese data boosted investor sentiment.
The Bank of England is moving closer to ditching paper pounds and following Australia and Canada into switching to plastic banknotes instead.
Tougher sanctions against insider dealing and market manipulation, such as interest rate fixing, were voted for by European politicians on Tuesday.
A plan to tax financial transactions in 11 European Union member states from 2014 is illegal, the bloc's lawyers have concluded.
Repsol has sounded out banking advisers about the sale of its €4.4bn stake in Gas Natural. The FT reports.
Luxury U.S. automaker Infiniti launched a premium compact car on Tuesday.
Jaguar Land Rover unveiled plans to create 1,700 new jobs in the U.K. on Tuesday, as its CEO heralded strong global demand, in marked contrast to other, more cautious carmakers.
A previously unknown oil painting by Vincent Van Gogh that was abandoned in an attic has been found and confirmed by experts as authentic.
France's planned 75-percent tax on salaries exceeding 1 million euros ($1.3 million) per year will be levied on firms in 2013 and 2014 only, French business daily les Echos reported.
Some of Microsoft's top investors have urged the technology giant's board to consider Ford Motor's CEO and Computer Sciences CEO as Ballmer successor.
As Norwegians headed to the polling stations in a national election on Monday, analysts warned the country's economy risked overheating.
European shares closed lower on Monday as tensions over Syria and monetary policy continued to dominate the agenda.
The dynamics of the car industry and the global economy have started to shift, according to the head of sales for BMW.
Euro zone sentiment turned positive for the first time in more than two years.
It has become something of a cliché to argue that no real decisions in the euro zone debt crisis will be taken until after the German election in September, but this may be a red herring.