Greece's new Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says the government will look to "end the vicious cycle" of bailout and borrowing.» Read More
Ignazio Angeloni has the difficult and laborious task of determining which of the eurozone banks are sound and which are not.
Heineken, the world's third largest brewer, reduced its full-year profit guidance on Wednesday after beer sales in eastern European dropped sharply and slipped in Brazil and some African countries.
PSA Peugeot Citroen said its alliance with General Motors may be scaled back, as the troubled French carmaker posted a 3.7 percent quarterly revenue decline.
Russia doesn't have the most positive reputation abroad. It's trying hard to change that.
France’s industry minister has said he wants the European Central Bank to adjust the euro to make struggling European companies more competitive.
Both Nokia and Microsoft - soon to be part of the same smartphone brand - have each released tablet devices on Tuesday.
The Bank of England governor is pushing ahead with a strategic review of the central bank's resources, appointing McKinsey and Deloitte.
Companies such as Google and Facebook could be hit with fines of up to 100 million euros ($137 million) for breaking radical new data sharing rules.
Arnaud Montebourg, France’s notorious minister for Industrial Renewal, announced that Titan, whose CEO said a Goodyear factory was “not worth saving”, could take it over after all.
Consumer goods group Reckitt Benckiser is reviewing options for its pharmaceuticals unit.
Housing prices in several cities in Germany could be overvalued by as much as 20 percent, according to the country’s central bank.
Nokia unveiled its first tablet and two large-screen smartphones, known as phablets, at the annual Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
Billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway last week slashed its stake in the world's No.3 retailer, Tesco, by about one-fifth, according to a stock market filing.
Chip designer ARM Holdings' chief executive Simon Segars told CNBC the company was perfectly placed to deal with concerns that high-end smartphones sales were reaching a saturation point.
A UK charity opens up a restaurant and conference venue in a London jail - and mobile phones are banned.
The announcement of the first nuclear power station to be built in Europe since the Fukushima disaster has been met with mixed reactions.
Raoul Weil, a Swiss citizen and former executive at UBS, has been arrested in Italy and is wanted in the US for allegedly helping with tax dodges.
Portugal will do everything it can to avoid the need for another international bailout, the country's economy minister told CNBC.
Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's devices unit has left a void in the Finnish smartphone market that other equipment makers are looking to exploit.
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Heathrow has been dethroned by Dubai International as the busiest international air hub. Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, says that "long term vision" is the key to Dubai's city growth and therefore its air traffic.
Crispin Hawes, managing director at Teneo Intelligence talks about the tensions that have been rising in Yemen, saying that this will be a "painful headache" for the new Saudi Arabian king.
CNBC's Rick Santelli talks about the disappointing data about durable goods and how the U.S. Federal Reserve is involved.