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The restructuring of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena is essential if the bank is to continue to operate independently, its chief executive told CNBC,
Peter Voser said the failure of Royal Dutch Shell's huge bet on US shale was a big regret of his time as chief executive of the company, the FT reports.
Alcatel-Lucent plans to reduce its staff by 10,000 as part of a cost-cutting drive to save 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) by 2015.
Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena unveiled on Monday a tough turnaround plan aimed at regaining profitability and winning investors' favor to fend off nationalization.
After several tough years, the British economy is showing signs of recovery, with small business owners more confident than ever.
As corruption allegations against Nicolas Sarkozy dropped by French investigators, will he return to the political scene?
After Serbia's deputy prime minister told local TV his country faced bankruptcy, analysts were quick to point out that Serbia actually has sufficient funding to last through 2013.
Topshop has announced that Kate Moss will launch a new collection with the fashion chain, three years after her last set of designs hit the stores.
As the debt ceiling deadline approaches, the prospects of a default could have a ripple-effect on U.S. borrowing, John Podesta told CNBC.
European companies and their investors have been pinning hopes on growth in the U.S. and Asia to offset weak growth at home — but strategists have told CNBC that stock-pickers should be very careful to avoid big third-quarter disappointments.
The restructuring of Europe's banks will be positive in the end, the head of Italy's main stock exchange told CNBC on Monday.
Airbus' first jet order from Japan Airlines, worth some $9.5 billion, marks the company's entrance into a market dominated by Boeing.
A "stupid" law on cash transactions in Italy is killing the luxury fashion sector, the CEO of a luxury tailor told CNBC.
John Paulson is leading a charge into Greek banks, confident that the euro zone economy is on the turn. The Financial Times reports.
The London Oktoberfest is going to be done "the British way",according to the festival's director Carsten Raun, as the German beer celebration ends on Sunday.
Gangs of criminals are exploiting the freedom of movement within Europe to swoop in on a city for a theft spree, and fly out the same day, the head of Europol told CNBC.
An Italian Senate committee on Friday recommended that Silvio Berlusconi be expelled from the Senate following his conviction for tax fraud in August.
Spain's Economy Ministry admitted that a typing error had boosted the country's public debt forecast by 10 billion euros ($13.6 billion).
Sotheby's adopted a "poison pill," two days after Daniel Loeb's Third Point said that it raised its stake and called for its CEO to step down.
Switzerland's watchdog is investigating several Swiss banks in connection with the possible manipulation of foreign exchange rates, it said on Friday.
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