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There are few things you won’t be able to get at London’s famed Savoy hotel following its re-opening on Oct. 10, but don’t ask for a table for 13.
Not historically known for its cutting edge fashion, London is trying to muscle in on the Big 3 cities in the fashion world - Paris, Milan and New York - and bring more attention to its growing fashion week.
Despite mounting public protests across the Continent, an austerity drive unparalleled in modern, united Europe is building, reports the New York Times.
How do you make a $100 million in soccer? Start with $1 billion. This joke was first told in the 1980s by the chairman of an English soccer club.
UK Soccer team Liverpool's board agreed to sell the debt-riddled English Premier League club to the owners of the Boston Red Sox, although legal action may be needed to force the existing American owners out.
The State Department travel alert issued on Sunday in response to reports of a threat by Al Qaeda was anything but precise.
Every week without fail Lucy Elkin, a comfortably middle-class mother of two small children, receives a £33.20 child benefit payment, or about $52, from the debt-plagued British government, reports the New York Times.
Finance ministers and central bankers from the G20 nations are considering raising capital levels 2 percent to 3 percent higher for the world’s biggest banks, CNBC has learned.
Walk down Fleet Street any weekday and you could almost be in a scene from Mary Poppins, surrounded by sharply dressed bankers in their dark suits.
While the Tea Party movement in America is benefitting from a groundswell of opinion that the government has too much influence in people's lives, the UK's tax collection body is floating a proposal that the government become the largest payroll operator in the world.
The recent rally in gold prices looks set to continue and the precious metal could break above $1,500 before Christmas, John Meyer, head of resources at Fairfax IS, told CNBC Monday.
Former UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair sat down with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo to talk about his new book, "A Journey: My Political Life."
In two weeks, Alexandra Mallosi, 29, will be packing her bags and leaving the quiet Athens suburb of Holargos for Abu Dhabi to start a job as a hotel sales manager. It was not a tough decision, reports the New York Times.
Governments that bolstered their countries’ ailing institutions impacted by the financial crisis need to step back and give the private sector a chance to innovate and rebuild, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair told CNBC Tuesday.
Royal Bank of Scotland is launching a $7.24 billion issue of securities backed by its mortgages in its first securitization deal of this type since the financial crisis began. The FT reports.
British defence company BAE Systems on Monday said it had hired advisors to sell its Platform Solutions business.
The global recovery looks to be slowing more than expected as growth weakens in the world's rich economies, and monetary stimulus should be extended or stepped up if the slowdown proves more than momentary, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said on Thursday.
For years, Anissa Benchamacha bought her meat in a parking lot, from vendors hawking near-expired products to Muslims eager to find food that met their religious requirements.
Senior opposition politicians are calling on the UK government to respond to renewed accusations that Downing Street’s chief communications officer encouraged reporters to illegally intercept messages. The New York Times reports.
The BBC's bid to keep secret the identity of an anonymous test driver featured on the UK auto-themed TV show "Top Gear" began behind closed doors at the High Court, according to UK wire service the Press Association.