The Greek Prime Minister might have reshuffled the team handling fraught bailout negotiations, but the move is unlikely to pave the way for a deal.
Sterling has boomed since mid-April and some analysts say the rally could run way beyond next month’s national election.
Google has pledged 150 million euros ($163 million) to support news organizations, in a move likely to be seen as a charm offensive in Europe.
A new study by the UK’s Anglia Ruskin University has identified a food price threshold that can help predict riots.
Facebook has launched video calling through its Messenger app, in a move that puts it in competition with the likes of Microsoft's Skype.
U.K. GDP expanded slower than expected in the first quarter, just days ahead of a general election in the country.
Pfizer reported a 4 percent drop in quarterly revenue, while Merck posted earnings that topped expectations.
Oil major BP reported a fall in profits on Tuesday, as the plunging price of oil continues to hit revenues for the sector.
Nicola Sturgeon, has risen up the ranks of U.K. politics from bit-part to the role of "kingmaker" in the next British government.
Japan's already less-than-sterling credit rating took a hit from Fitch's downgrade, but its bonds and currency are set to stay impervious to the blow.
Greater China became Apple's second largest market in the March quarter, and analysts say it won't be long before it becomes the company's top market.
The death toll in Nepal's earthquake could reach 10,000, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala told Reuters on Tuesday, ordering intensified rescue efforts and appealing for foreign supplies of tents and medicines.
Even though the market may be trading at a record, valuations show stocks are still attractive, new research suggests.
Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna sets out the Labour party's vision for the U.K. economy if it wins the general election on May 7.
Investors are concerned about what the closest General Election in decades will mean for markets.
Days after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, a sanitation crisis and looming monsoons are threatening to deal fresh blows to the disaster-stricken nation.
There's a big bullish force for this stock market about to resume in just one week, according to Goldman Sachs. Here's how to profit from it.
Here are some of the highlights on social media of the U.K. general election campaign so far.
UK hotel and coffee shop operator Whitbread said on Tuesday its chief executive Andy Harrison would retire by next February.
Baltimore descended into chaos Monday with widespread rioting, arson and looting, just hours after the funeral of Freddie Gray. NBC reports.
Europe needs to allow for bankruptcy, the president of the influential Ifo Institute for Economic Research told CNBC.
Fund manager assets in Europe are slowly catching up with their U.S. counterparts after a 15% jump in money under management in the currency bloc.
Alibaba has partnered with China Telecom to sell budget smartphones in rural areas, in a bid to boost its reach in untapped areas.
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to celebrated soprano opera singer Jessye Norman, who speaks about her childhood growing up in Augusta, Georgia.
In part two, Norman talks about her big break in opera and some of the challenges she faced early on in her career, as well as her frustrations with the "racialism" she feels still exists in U.S. Congress.
As Jessye Norman tells CNBC that she once considered running for Congress, CNBC looks at some celebrities who've dabbled in politics.
A period of consolidation has investors worried that the Dow's long-term uptrend has run its course, but charts suggest otherwise.
Oil prices rose as the framework Iran deal offers little chance for a increase in oil exports, but charts suggest it's too early to expect any price rise.
The Shanghai Composite has rallied sharply this year, outperforming its regional peers in the first quarter, and charts suggest further upside is likely.