Greece's government will not cooperate with the EU and IMF mission bankrolling the country and will not seek an extension to the bailout program.» Read More
There is plenty of temptation to crack open the champagne and celebrate the U.K.’s return to economic health.
Europe's auto industry may not return to growth until it undergoes heavier restructuring similar to that undertaken in the U.S.
France's planned 75-percent tax on salaries exceeding 1 million euros ($1.3 million) per year will be levied on firms in 2013 and 2014 only, French business daily les Echos reported.
Jaguar Land Rover unveiled plans to create 1,700 new jobs in the U.K. on Tuesday, as its CEO heralded strong global demand, in marked contrast to other, more cautious carmakers.
Glencore Xstrata promised investors on Tuesday it would slash costs, shelve risky projects and squeeze more benefits from its $46 billion takeover of mining group Xstrata, lifting its target to at least $2 billion of synergies by next year.
Brands as diverse as BMW, Volkswagen and Porsche are introducing hybrids, plug-ins and battery electric vehicles at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
As Norwegians headed to the polling stations in a national election on Monday, analysts warned the country's economy risked overheating.
The dynamics of the car industry and the global economy have started to shift, according to the head of sales for BMW.
It has become something of a cliché to argue that no real decisions in the euro zone debt crisis will be taken until after the German election in September, but this may be a red herring.
Euro zone sentiment turned positive for the first time in more than two years.
Europe remains difficult terrain, according to Pirelli, with the company focussed on the premium sector.
Plans by Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) to raise over double its planned capital increase under a new bailout program have won the support of the European Union's antitrust regulator.
Exports of Irish whiskey are surging in key markets, multinationals are investing in the main brands and the number of distilleries is set to triple over the next five years, the FT reports.
Alexander Proschofsky, the leader of a shareholder revolt against Julius Meinl over the management of his bank, is a rare example of an activist investor in a culture where consensus is the norm.
Resentment is building over a tax treaty between France and Qatar, which has seen the Arab state's royal family snap up iconic real estate such as the Champs-Elysees.
Greece's recession will be less acute than expected this year, the country's prime minister said on Saturday.
Madrid, Istanbul and Tokyo parade before the Games' organizing body in a "least ugly" contest as they attempt to conceal their blemishes and win the right to host the 2020 Olympics.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron took to social media to defend his country on Friday, after reports that Russia had mocked Britain as a small island of no significance.
Citigroup has dropped Vodafone from its list of top European stocks, due to uncertainty about the fallout from its multi-billion dollar deal with Verizon.
Greece's economy shrank 3.8 percent in the second quarter, the smallest annual decline in nearly three years and helped by a rebound in tourism, adding to signs the economic slump may be bottoming.
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