Greece's tourism chief has appealed to holidaymakers to use credit cards to fight tax evasion, The Guardian reports.» Read More
Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev denies demands for unpaid gas bill had anything to do with Ukraine signing agreements with the European Union.
Even as the euro zone shows faint signs of stirring, the ECB is likely to send a dovish message that more monetary help will be on the way.
Only "very good" companies in France have survived the tough business climate, so shares of the ones left are in solid shape, said a global portfolio manager.
Zurich Insurance is expected to tell investors the suicide of its CFO Pierre Wauthier was not caused by undue pressure and that finances are clear.
E-commerce site has removed from its listings around 30 items of memorabilia from the Nazi Holocaust following a newspaper investigation.
Two members of far-right party were killed in a drive-by shooting in Athens, raising fears of an escalation of political violence.
The U.K. may slap a new tax on foreign property investors, according to reports from Sky News.
Andy Coulson, then editor of the News of the World, instructed a journalist working on a story about a celebrity to "do his phone".
Barclays has suspended six traders in connection with foreign exchange trading, sources with knowledge of the situation told CNBC.
JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup disclosed Friday they are under wider scrutiny by U.S. agencies for their international operations.
French soccer clubs are set to strike after President Francois Hollande said teams would have to pay the 75 percent tax.
The ECB won't find cause for concern over German banks when it carries out rigorous stress tests of European lenders, according to the president of the country's banking regulator.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has avoided being split in two and will instead hive off some $61 billion in toxic assets into an internal "bad" bank.
The union representing German journalists advised its members on Thursday to stop using Google and Yahoo because of reported snooping by U.S. and British intelligence.
The euro saw its steepest one-day decline in 16 months Thursday - a move some analysts say suggests recovery hopes could have been premature.
Anti-corruption groups are praising a new initiative by Britain to unmask the owners of shell companies, and they are calling on other countries to follow suit.
The strong euro has weighed on Lufthansa's earnings this year, but its chief executive said the ECB should not intervene to weaken the currency.
The jury in the News Of The World phone-hacking trial have heard how the two highest-profile defendants had had a six-year affair.
Unemployment in the euro zone was 12.2 percent in September, stuck at a record high, signalling that the region's economic recovery is yet to be felt in the job market.
Cyprus' embattled banking industry will have to undergo "major structural reforms," according to a report into the sector's viability.
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Parts of Milan resembled war zones as anti-World Expo protestors took to the streets. CNBC's Phil Han reports from Milan.
Ahead of the much-hyped Mayweather-Pacquiao fight; Alex Donohue, spokesman for Ladbrokes, offers the odds.
Gary McGann, CEO of Smurfit Kappa, talks about its recent earnings for the first quarter and changes within the company's structure.