At Davos, Sir Mike Rake, President of Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and chairman of BT Group says that the benefits of staying in the European Union outweigh the costs.» Read More
CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on what is in-store for Tesco during 2015.
As the investigation into the "Charlie Hebdo" magazine shootings continues, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports about what we currently know about the two main suspects.
Tesco shares soar as it works on a new turnaround, on the same day that Marks & Spencer's drops due to poor Christmas sales. Guy Grainger, U.K. CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle, discusses.
Discussing the recent attacks on the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" offices, Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says that while Western countries may see these cartoons as "legitimate self-expression," this wouldn¿t be accepted elsewhere.
Discussing the recent attacks on the magazine "Charlie Hebdo" offices, Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, says that when events like these happen, some individuals may sympathise and find that copycat attacks do become "attractive."
This year, drones have taken over the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports more.
France has the highest Muslim population proportionately of any European country. Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at RUSI, discusses how this has "raised tensions" and how Wednesday's "barbaric attack" is not a representation of religious beliefs
Europe shares ended higher on Wednesday, with investors anticipating more stimulus by the European Central Bank (ECB) after new data showed that the euro zone has entered into deflation.
Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at RUSI, discusses the potential strategy behind the terrorists behind the shootings in Paris on Wednesday.
The pressure on European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is at an all-time high as the euro zone inflation rate turns negative. James Nixon, chief European economist at Oxford Economics, and Geoffrey Yu, senior FX strategist at UBS gives their thoughts.
It has been confirmed that 12 people died after gunmen opened fire on the Parisian office of magazine "Charlie Hebdo". CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports the latest.
Property demand in London has dropped since February 2014 by 28 percent. Russell Quirk, CEO of emoov, says that property demand or "hotspots" has increased in "commutable" areas like Reading and Colchester.
60 percent of employers plan on boosting pay packets in 2015, according to a report by Hays. Paul Venables, finance director at Hays, the report's findings.
The price of oil caused European markets to fluctuate on Tuesday with the commodity continuing to be a main driver of global asset market
Iranian oil minister has announced that they will double oil exports once sanctions are lifted, at the same time as the US Senate is debating the Keystone XL Pipeline. CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses further, saying that Iran needs economic growth to stay in power.
Ahead of the upcoming elections in Greece, Bill Blain, strategist at Mint Partners, says it is Greece's "knock-on effects" that will have an impact on European investments.
Passwords could be phased out in favour of major multi-factor components. Greg Day, CTO at Fireeye, says that we should be "building layers" appropriate to the risk we are protecting.
How can individuals protect themselves from being hacked on their smartphone? EJ Hilbert, cyber security analyst at Kroll, and Greg Day, CTO at Fireeye, give their thoughts.
Chris Torrens, director of global risk analysis for Europe and Africa at Control Risk, discusses Europe's biggest risks.
European shares closed lower on Monday as concerns over the health of the euro zone resurfaced as investors returning from the festive period.