The drama at Portuguese lender Banco Espirito Santo (BES) resumed on Thursday with a former CEO of the bank being held by police in Lisbon.» Read More
A summit of European leaders held to pick the three remaining top EU jobs broke up early Thursday morning with no deal on any of them.
SAP raised its 2014 outlook for its web-based software services as its customers switch to cloud-based products more quickly than expected.
Italy’s banks are “quite well-prepared” for the upcoming European stress tests, the second-in-command at the central bank told CNBC.
German police are on the look out for beer thieves that stole 10-truck loads of beer from a depot, over the weekend.
President Obama escalated sanctions against Russia on Wednesday by targeting a series of large banks and energy and defense firms.
Ukrainian's President has urged the EU to take tough action against Russia over the separatist conflict in Ukraine's eastern regions.
The saga surrounding troubled lender Banco Espirito Santo has taken another twist, shedding more light on the strength of Portugal's banking sector.
Eastern Europe has struggled to attract investors thanks to its “Wild West” image. Governments now hope to show that things have changed.
Royal Mail, FedEX Corp and TNT Express said they had received a notice from French competition authorities over a possible breach of antitrust law.
Italy's GTECH SpA will buy International Game Technology in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $6.4 billion, the companies said in a statement.
Airbus could sell 100 or more of its newly launched A330neo planes at this week's Farnborough International Airshow, CEO Tom Enders said.
Jean-Claude Juncker was approved as president of the EU Commission after setting out a "grand coalition" investment program.
The recent rise in the value of the euro could stifle the flickering signs of growth in the euro zone, according to ECB President Mario Draghi.
As inflation rises quicker than expected, fears are rising about how the cost of living and low wages are blighting young people.
A holding company of Portugal's Espirito Santo banking family is preparing to file for creditor protection, sources said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin may be having a twin strategy in eastern Ukraine: pledge his willingness for a settlement, but continue funneling arms to separatists.
U.S. country singer Garth Brooks has confirmed that he is cancelling all of his five Irish shows after a row with Dublin City Council over licensing.
U.K. inflation rose much faster than expected in June, up from its lowest level since October 2009.
Shopping malls are becoming relics, reminders of a time when we shopped on foot. How are beacons and augmented reality transforming retail?
Germany's Federal Cartel Authority has slapped a €380 million fine on sausage makers it accused of fixing prices. The Financial Times reports.
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