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Apple's move to tap the bond market, despite sitting on a hoard of cash, will give the tech giant flexibility, former CEO John Sculley says.
Global tech companies wanting to go public continue to list in the U.S. rather than Europe because of its growth opportunities.
Equity prices are on a long-term climb, according to Dennis Gartman, who now admits he was wrong in calling a bear market two weeks ago.
Euro zone inflation ticked up in October, bringing some much needed relief for the ECB, although the rate remains well below its target.
Debrett's, the publisher of a centuries-old guide to British upper-class decorum, has criticized the practice of blind copying via email.
The U.K. charity Samaritans, has developed an app which monitors your friends’ Twitter feed for potentially worrying posts.
Following Europe's bank stress tests, there are growing calls for the European Central bank to start a full-blown sovereign-bond-buying program.
Europe needs to be more pro-active in helping Ukraine in its struggle against Russia, billionaire investor George Soros told CNBC on Thursday.
When it comes to tech "unicorns" - or companies with billion-dollar valuations - Europe is closing in.
European entrepreneurs need to be more willing to take risks in order to compete with their American counterparts, the EU's digital commissioner, Neelie Kroes, told CNBC on Monday.
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