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Investors are still betting big on sovereign debt from struggling euro zone countries even as European banks offload their investments.
The Bank of England (BoE) announced it will ditch paper banknotes in favor of plastic ones on Wednesday morning.
The price of bitcoin has plummeted by 50 percent after reports that the People's Bank of China is clamping down on the virtual currency.
The announcement that GSK will stop paying doctors and remove sales incentives is a sea-change in an industry struggling with faltering sales.
The growth of shale oil production in the United States may not hit Saudi Arabia as quickly as previously thought.
The dangerous link between fragile banks and governments in the euro zone has been detailed in a new transparency report by the European Banking Authority (EBA).
Copenhagen's high-tech industries are poised to boost Denmark's economy as the capital sets its sights on innovation and green living.
City authorities in France and Germany are preparing to clamp down on people renting out their houses and apartments to vacationers.
It’s the season for 2014 predictions – and one of the most popular calls among analysts is a record-breaking performance by the FTSE 100 next year.
One of the few surprises lurking in Germany’s cabinet re-shuffle was the return of its man at the European Central Bank, Joerg Asmussen, to Berlin.
A year on from the start of the economic overhaul introduced by Shinzo Abe, "Abenomics" has been "close to a bull's eye."
Business activity in the euro zone's largest and second-largest economies continues to move in opposite directions.
It has been three centuries since Catalonia was independent from Spain, but the day when it regains autonomy seems closer.
The unexpected release of a new Beyonce album, straight onto iTunes, demonstrates the evolution of the music industry.
In this era of PowerPoint presentations and videoconferencing, a growing number of companies are hiring traditional illustrators to bring meetings to life.
One of Ireland's top businessmen has warned that the country is worse-off than it was three years ago and is not yet out of the woods.
Europe risks losing its global standing if it doesn't come up with a unified defense policy, experts have warned.
Google has announced that it will begin charging advertisers only for ads that have actually been seen by web-users.
China's still relatively closed financial system could become fully liberalized over the next decade, the Bank of England said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he sees no reason to abandon his spending pledges despite an economic downturn in the country.