The debt crisis in Greece has thrown up plenty of portmanteaux, as linguistics professors call these often-tortuous combinations of words.» Read More
Greece does not require a third bailout and can cover its needs without further burdening its current backers, by improving the terms of its debt,the deputy prime minister said on Wednesday.
The International Monetary Fund disbursed the next $1 billion aid tranche to Ireland on Wednesday.
Britain is mounting a legal challenge against the European Union's cap on bankers' bonuses, the country's Treasury told CNBC on Wednesday.
France presented its budget for 2014 introducing far-reaching spending cuts and shifting the tax burden from French businesses to households.
As the economic crisis wears on, the asset-rich but cash-poor middle and upper classes are turning to putting up their high-end possessions for short-term loans.
Investors confident in Europe's upturn should consider purchasing bonds from the region's struggling peripheral countries, euro zone analysts said.
ICAP, the world's largest interdealer broker, has been fined $87 million by regulators over its role in the Libor rate rigging scandal.
Paris' ambition to become a global hub for entrepreneurship took a definite step forward on Tuesday, with the launch of a project to build the world's biggest start-up incubator.
Europe's largest banks will need to find an extra $95 billion of capital to comply with the tough rules due to be implemented in 2019, according to the banking regulator.
Air France’s hold has recently suffered a spate of high-profile crimes.
The Deputy CEO of Greece's Piraeus Bank has told CNBC its non-performing loans are still rising and that it will have to take further provisions for losses in the current quarter.
The U.K.'s biggest utilities have hit out at plans by the country's opposition party to freeze energy prices if it wins the next general election in 2015.
The Bank of England will keep a close eye on the rising cost of houses in the country and says it can choose from a range of policy tools to employ if a price surge posed a risk to the financial system.
Nokia's chairman has admitted that he gave misleading information about the 18.8 million euro ($25.4 million) payoff to former chief executive Stephen Elop.
Airbus has secured commitments for more than 40 of its A320 family of aircraft from two new Chinese airlines, the company said at an industry event.
German consumer confidence rose to its highest level in six years heading into October, suggesting strong consumer spending will help the country to post moderate growth in 2013.
On stage at the morning Clinton Global Initiative panel, Bono stepped in to defend Ireland's low corporate taxes.
Belarus, Russia -- and now China -- are involved in a tussle for control of a valuable commodity that determines the cost of the food on your plate.
Peer Steinbrück, the centre-left Social Democrat (SPD) candidate for chancellor in Germany's election declines to say what a grand coalition would mean for German policies towards Europe.
Tensions are rising in Athens as public-sector workers walked out on a 48-hour strike, leaving hospitals and schools with very few staff.
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Moritz Kraemer, chief rating officer for sovereign ratings at S&P, says the agency is running out of notches to rate Greece.
Bernard Charles, CEO of Dassault Systemes, says product planning is unlikely to be affected by a potential Greek exit from the euro zone.
Dora Bakoyannis of Greece's New Democracy party discusses the country's "biggest crisis" since joining the European Union. Bakoyannis is touted as a future leader of the center-right party.