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Relations between the partners in Italy's coalition government seemed close to breaking point on Thursday over whether to evict Silvio Berlusconi from parliament over a tax fraud conviction.
The need for a new rescue program for Greece promises a drawn-out drama of late-night negotiations but is unlikely to trigger the sort of crisis that has threatened the breakup of the euro.
Rob Aspin, Head of Equity Investment Strategy at Standard Chartered Bank Wealth Management Group, sees a lot of value in Europe in terms of stock picking.
French soccer club PSG saw sales of its official replica shirts soar by over 60 percent in the 2012-2013 season, a feat largely attributable to David Beckham.
Societe Generale joined a growing chorus of banks growing increasingly bullish on European equities at the expense of U.S, Japanese and emerging market stocks, and forecast a net $100 billion could soon flow back into the struggling continent.
The global economy showed signs of improvement on Thursday with factory output improving in two of the world's largest economies.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her attachment to saving the single currency is the source of Europe's weakness rather than its strength, according to the CEO of Danish bank Saxo.
The U.K. banking regulator says it has reached a deal with 13 major banks and credit card issuers to compensate customers who were mis-sold credit card protection.
Kensington council has demanded a fee of more than £800,000 from a hedge fund manager seeking to build a subterranean extension underneath two London properties. The FT reports.
Banks in the euro zone could offer the best returns, says David Herro, Morningstar's international fund manager of the decade.
Stickers used in messaging applications are delivering healthy revenues for Asian technology firms, and as the craze starts to sweep the Western world, more companies are looking for a slice of the cash.
France is under pressure from Brussels and its euro zone neighbors to deliver budget and pension system reforms, in the nation's latest test to show it can become more competitive.
The widespread culture of long working hours for banking interns has been criticized after the death of a 21-year-old intern last week, with groups calling for changes to guidelines and working practices.
After Danish brewer Carlsberg announced disappointing second quarter profits, the company's CEO placed the blame firmly on Russia, where a raft of legislation has heavily regulated the sale of alcohol.
Denmark's Vestas has dismissed Chief Executive Ditlev Engel, who has come under increasing pressure after several profit warnings bruised investor confidence in the company.
Germany is probing how a man, high on drugs and wearing only underpants, was able to board German Chancellor Angela Merkel's government jet.
The opposition hit back at Germany's ruling coalition after the country's finance minister said Athens would need a third bailout.
Heineken, the world's third largest brewer, reported higher first-half earnings than expected with a surge in profit in developing economies and tight control of costs in mature markets.
Large firms in Europe are losing over 130,000 jobs each year in IT, finance and other areas, as jobs are increasingly offshored to cheaper locations, according to new report.
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