Greece is submitting a long-awaited list of reforms to lenders on Friday in the hope it will unlock badly needed cash, a Greek official said.» Read More
The amount of banking staff earning over 1 million euros ($1.36 million) soared last year in the United Kingdom, dwarfing that in other European Union member states.
EU and IMF lenders backing Greece have called off a planned visit to Athens next week, a move that may delay the payment of further loans to the country, officials told Reuters.
Standard & Poor's lowered its credit rating for the Netherlands to AA plus from AAA.
Ukraine's President failed to salvage an ambitious free-trade pact with the EU, despite a warning that Ukraine was risking its future by turning its back on the deal.
Improved sentiment towards the U.K. economy is driving a boom in champagne consumption, as the bubbly beverage fast becomes an "everyday" drink.
As December approaches, so do the Christmas adverts. And usually, the bigger the budget, the bigger the impact... but maybe not this year.
Britain has been accused of softening its stance on human rights in China to attract foreign investment. The FT reports.
Despite cultural misstep that was quickly corrected, the tension between Ikea and its far-flung outposts remains. The FT reports.
Veteran investor Mark Mobius said he would consider investing in Greece since its downgrade to emerging market status.
The outgoing chief executive of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen said he would forego his pension package.
The Arctic is about to get a lot busier as shipping lines and energy companies look to exploit new trade routes and uncovered natural resources there.
The euro zone could face its third recession in six years in 2014 if emerging market growth slows more than forecast, a senior economist from Standard & Poor's said.
Morale in businesses across the euro zone increased again in November - to its strongest level since August 2011.
A series of new regulatory measures will cause a "substantial capital crunch" for European banks in 2014, PwC said.
The central bank’s surprise announcement that it would stop one method of housing stimulus is one of the first steps to tightening monetary policy.
The Bank of England said on Thursday that it would heavily scale back a scheme launched last year to boost mortgage lending.
One of the founding ideas behind the European Union is that there should be free movement for workers between its countries.
Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi might have been was expelled from the Italian parliament but analysts warned his absence won't help reforms.
The Russian government banned an exhibit by Louis Vuitton for being too over-the-top on Wednesday, the Financial Times Reports.
There are increasing calls for a certain type of gaming machine – the "crack cocaine of gambling" – to be banned.
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