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Riding a wave of euphoria surrounding the success of Finnish game maker Supercell, venture capital firms are chasing after European tech start-ups.
A new generation of zombie companies is lurching around, causing trouble and potentially causing a “lost decade” of low growth in the U.K.
Police were hunting a gunman in central Paris on Monday after he opened fire at the offices of a newspaper and major bank.
The former chairman of the Co-Operative Bank, one of the U.K.’s biggest retail banks, has been caught buying cocaine in a U.K.tabloid newspaper sting.
CQS founder Michael Hintze has warned that France's struggling economy could present a "major pothole" for investors in 2014.
Romania is seeing the best growth in the entire European Union (EU) and is ready to join the euro zone, the country's prime minister told CNBC.
The political future of Silvio Berlusconi is on the line – again -- as he faces rifts within the ranks of his own party this weekend.
Investors waiting for Europe's banks to sell off cheap assets are likely to be disappointed, said the CEO of private equity firm J.C. Flowers.
Despite Europe's austerity measures dominating the news, the U.S. has implemented a stricter program of fiscal tightening since 2010, a new report claims.
Check out these less-well known destinations in Eastern Europe that are emerging as low-cost but option-rich tourist hot spots.
Record low interest rates could lead to dangerous asset bubbles, Andreas Dombret, executive board member at the Bundesbank told CNBC.
Greece does not need any more austerity, said Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras, responding to the Eurogroup's call for further reforms.
Ireland will make a clean break from its bailout next month without a credit line.
Cat cafes – where visitors can enjoy a coffee and cake while petting cats – have long been popular in Japan, and are now springing up across the globe.
There are some signs of increased investor focus on the eastern European emerging markets in recent months.
The euro zone's economy grew by 0.1 percent in the third quarter of 2013, marking a slowdown from an expansion of 0.3 percent in the second quarter.
An economics prize looks to ease Britain's housing crunch by challenging entrants to come up with a new garden city design.
Insurance giant reports that third-quarter earnings growth was driven by new business profit in Asia, up 20 percent year-to-date to £990 million.
Aerospace and defense group EADS said higher-than-expected manufacturing costs for its new wide-body model were proving challenging.
Passengers flying over the EU will be able to use the internet and check emails from their cellphones, according to new rules.
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Under new laws, people who live in London can share their home for up to 90 days without a permit. James McClure of Airbnb joins CNBC to discuss.
With the Nigerian public heading to the polls shortly, Manji Cheto, political risk analyst at Teneo Intelligence, talks about what to expect.
European equities closed mixed Friday, trading cautiously after heavy losses, as investors dismissed concerns over the growing political conflict in Yemen.