Fears Greece may exit the euro and revive the drachma abound, but attempting a return to the currency Athens left behind may be tragic, Goldman said.» Read More
European Union regulators proposed new rules on setting commodity and interest-rate benchmarks on Wednesday that backed away from their earlier plans of a sweeping EU oversight.
Financially stricken Cyprus is on track with reforms to shore up its economy, the IMF said, but added that downside risks lurked from the banking's sector overhaul.
Premier League champions Manchester United reported record revenues of £363.2 million ($579.9 million) for the year on Wednesday driven by high-profile sponsorship deals.
Moscow banking shares have dropped following a U.S. senator's call for sanctions.
Former prime minister could have an ace – or a video or two - up his sleeve that could trump the Senate's vote on whether to expel him from Italian politics.
Many of Europe's grape growers have been hit by hail, windstorms, heavy rains, cold and clouds resulting in one of the worst harvests in decades.
Nearly one in eight of the world's workers believe they will never be able to afford to retire fully, according to international research by HSBC.
Austerity has crept up from the man-in-the-street to the boardroom, with one in 10 chief executives in the FTSE 350 not receiving a bonus this year.
The lesson from the communications giant is that in the nascent multipolar world, global leaders must excel in both advanced and emerging nations.
Three French banks have joined forces and launched an online mobile payment portal, hoping to challenge Paypal’s influence in the country.
Fund managers' allocations to euro zone equities have hit pre-crisis levels amid a rapid shift in sentiment towards the region, according to a survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
After a bumper summer for tourism in Greece, things appear to be looking up for the country, with economists raising their growth forecasts just a week ahead of bailout inspectors arriving in Athens.
Hot on the patent heels of New York Fashion Week, London kicked off its own spring/summer wear showcase on Friday. Click ahead for some early highlights from London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014.
It might be heresy to even ask it among the chancellor's supporters but some Germans are asking anyway: who can succeed Angela Merkel?
Big doubts remain about whether a U.K. recovery that's been helped by housing and a consumer upturn can lead to strong investment-led growth.
European car sales fell 4.9 percent last month, the Association of European Carmakers said on Tuesday, as PSA Peugeot Citroen lost more ground to rivals.
China's crackdown on luxury goods has hit the world's luxury goods industry but Burberry remains confident of the potential of emerging markets.
Global economic difficulties will persist and could affect Dutch electronics giant Philips, the group's CEO told CNBC Tuesday after raising its financial targets and announcing a share buyback.
At London Fashion Week, Twitter was so last season, with fashion giant Topshop partnering with new and relatively unknown app Chirp to interact with fans and consumers during its catwalk show.
The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority plans to fine Barclays £50 million ($80 million) over its 2008 capital raising, as the investment banking division dragged down income.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to address the U.S. Congress on Tuesday, but the White House says the politically charged speech distracts from ongoing nuclear talks with Iran.