The drama at Portuguese lender Banco Espirito Santo (BES) resumed on Thursday with a former CEO of the bank being held by police in Lisbon.
Email addresses and other contact information stored at the European Central Bank (ECB) have been stolen, the organization confirmed on Thursday.
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Authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie flight en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board.
Britain's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) charged a British subsidiary of Alstom with corruption offences after a five-year investigation.
An Islamist militant group with ties to Syria may be planning an attack within the coming days, head of Police Security Service warns.
U.K. retail sales rose very modestly in June, reversing the drop seen in May but falling short of expectations, official data showed.
Business activity in the euro zone rebounded in July, according to PMI data, although concerns remain about France's sluggish economy.
EU diplomats will weigh sweeping Russian sanctions on Thursday, according to a proposal seen by the Financial Times.
Israelis have used smartphones, mobile applications and telecoms technology to try to minimize casualties in the latest conflict in Gaza.
Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever reported a 5.5 percent fall in first half revenue but delivered a rise in profits.
Social media giant Facebook reported bumper earnings growth on Wednesday, but some analysts have called into question how long the party will last.
China's manufacturing activity rose to an 18-month high in July, according to a private survey Thursday, as the government's stimulus measures worked their magic, consolidating a recovery in the world's second biggest economy.
Slimmed-down technology firm Nokia on Thursday upped its full-year profit guidance at its core Networks unit.
The Kiwi was crushed as the country's central bank warned against the currency's strength following its decision to hike interest rates.
Japan's monthly streak of trade deficits hit a two-year mark in June, as exports continued to stay weak while imports remained high.
Despite dire predictions that China faced a slew of defaults, few mainland borrowers have welshed amid various stripes of government intervention.
The U.S. lifted the ban on commercial flights to Israel's Tel Aviv, while continued fighting pushed the Palestinian death toll over 700.
Standard & Poor's may face securities fraud charges for ratings given to six commercial mortgage-backed securities issued in 2011.
Roche confirmed its full-year outlook, but posted profit that missed expectations following an impairment charge at its diagnostics business.
Global terrorism has become increasingly deadly over the past year, according a worldwide study.
Manchester United's new boss Louis van Gaal, has cut the length of the team's pre-season soccer tours, a big source of sponsorship.
A racehorse belonging to Britain's Queen Elizabeth has tested positive for morphine, Buckingham Palace confirmed on Tuesday.
CNBC meets Aerin Lauder, the granddaughter of beauty icon Estee Lauder, on her businesses and stepping away from the family dynasty.
CNBC Meet's Tania Bryer speaks to Aerin Lauder, granddaughter of the late Estee Lauder, founder of the billion dollar beauty empire.
In part two, Aerin Lauder talks about her decision in 2012 to launch her own luxury lifestyle brand.
Gold prices have seen a rebound after a four-month low and there is potential for this rally to turn into a trend breakout.
The DOW closed above 17,000 on a strong U.S. jobs report, but charts suggest momentum may slow.
Indonesia will elect a new president this week and while the outcome looks less certain, charts suggest that stocks are set to rise.