Holly Ellyatt writes for CNBC.com focusing on European macro-economics and politics. She has led digital coverage of the Greek and Russian financial crises and broader euro zone news as well as covering the U.K. economy, the 2015 election and Brexit vote. Holly joined CNBC in 2012, having worked previously in digital, radio and film production. She studied European Social and Political Studies at University College London (UCL) and Broadcast Journalism at City University.
Global policymakers have been warned by the OECD to "act now" to prevent "persistent and sluggish growth" and another economic downturn.
European stocks eked out gains on Friday amid a decline in oil prices.
Goodbye "123456," "password" and "qwerty": Microsoft has announced that it is going to ban weak and common passwords.
Philips' Lighting division rose above its IPO (initial public offering) price on its market debut at the Amsterdam stock exchange on Friday.
Europe closed under slight pressure on Thursday in a choppy session, as investors tried to make sense of the fluctuating oil price.
Oil prices are rallying on the back of a drawdown in U.S. crude oil inventories but analysts are questioning whether the country's shale oil industry can ever boom again.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has imposed more duties on corrosion-resistant steel imports from China and elsewhere.
European equities finished Wednesday sharply higher, after a new debt deal for Greece and a recovery in oil prices lifted sentiment.
A decision by the U.K. to leave the European Union in the June 23 referendum could jeopardize sterling's position as a reserve currency, S&P warned.
The online travel giant TripAdvisor needs more than just digital marketing channels as it moves into hotel booking. CMO, Barbara Messing tells CNBC why.
For the first time, Britain's publicly funded BBC has revealed the salaries of its top paid stars in a move to become more transparent with taxpayers.
Advertising showing women tidying a messy home or men failing to parent or do household tasks are likely to be banned
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Bill Stone of PNC Asset Management tells us what he’s watching ahead of the ECB meeting and what that could mean for European markets.
The Bank of Japan left rates unchanged, but cut its inflation forecast. Robin Harding of the Financial Times has all the details.
Michael Purves of Weeden & Company gives his take on which sectors are the hottest right now.