The Scottish National Party's representation in the U.K. parliament is set to skyrocket to around 50 seats from just six, making it the third-biggest party.» Read More
China remains mum amid Hong Kong's worst uprising in decades, but speculation over how mainland authorities will tackle the issue is mounting.
The U.K. economy grew more than previously thought in the second quarter of 2014, new data showed on Tuesday.
Hong Kong's worst protests in decades have decked the territory's stocks and currency, and some expect longer-term economic repercussions.
Virgin Money, one of the upstart UK banks, is expected to announce plans to raise around $3.2 billion in an initial public offering this week.
Riot police advanced on tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong's Admiralty district on Sunday, and the stand-off continued Monday morning.
The U.S. dollar held on to its four-year high on Friday, thanks to Thursday’s Wall Street selloff.
Emerging markets are more comfortable in strong corporations having influence over government than in developed nations, a survey shows.
Amid heightened expectations of yet more stimulus from the ECB, one economist is predicting that a Fed-style QE program could be unleashed next week.
The chief executive of Lloyd’s of London, the world’s biggest group of insurers, has warned that new technologies are not really helping the industry.
Google has fought back with a point-by-point rebuttal to criticisms leveled against the company's operations by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Tired of two weeks vacation a year? Perhaps you should work for Virgin, where boss Richard Branson believes in offering unlimited time off.
We've just about got used to 4G mobile Web browsing, but industry experts are claiming ultra-fast 5G could be a reality by 2020.
The World Bank cut its Russia growth forecast on Wednesday, warning of economic stagnation until 2016.
Social media and technology blogs have been awash with news on Apple's new iPhone 6 Plus, claiming the new device suffers from a surprisingly flexible defect.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron set for an apologetic phone call to the Queen after he described her as "purring down the line."
Governments are at risk of being infected by their own kind of "moral hazard" just as damaging as the mindset that led to the financial crisis, Citi analysts warn.
The US government has been promising a crackdown on tax inversion deals for months. Yet the measures announced Monday may not be disincentive enough.
The world's attention may have shifted to U.S. airstrikes on Syria, but West Africa continues to be ravaged by the worst outbreak of Ebola.
The votes had barely finished being counted in the Scottish referendum before the united front presented by the main U.K. parties started to crack.
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