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Europe's Airbus Group took a charge of 551 million euros ($618 million) due to latest delays on the A400M military transporter.
Anglo-South African financial services firm Old Mutual said its operating profit for 2014 rose 16 percent to $2.47 billion.
German lawmakers signaled that they will approve an extension of Greece's bailout although reluctantly amid fears Athens will not keep reform promise.
Ukraine came under greater economic pressure after unexpectedly banning most currency trading and then abruptly reversing course.
Russia is getting close to Cyprus once again, despite their relationship being sorely tested when the island's banking system collapsed in 2013.
High unemployment, falling prices and hefty debt levels haven't dissuaded U.S. investors from taking a bite out of equities in Europe.
RBS reported an annual net loss of £3.47 billion ($5.39 billion) in 2014 after booking a £4 billion writedown in the value of U.S. offshoot Citizens.
New drugs and increased spending on research and development mean the "stars are aligned" for German drugs giant Bayer, the firm's CEO said.
Widespread corruption, a plunging currency and the ongoing conflict with Russia could harm Ukraine's reforms, which are a condition of financial aid.
The ECB is willing to again accept Greek bonds for funding if Athens keeps to reform pledges, its president said.
Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered said former JPMorgan investment bank boss Bill Winters will take over as chief executive in June.
Google is overhauling its European business to meet the challenge of a changing and more combative regulatory landscape on the continent.
Spanish utility Iberdrola will buy UIL Holdings for about $3 billion to create a new listed power and electric utility and expand in the U.S..
The Russian leader Vladimir Putin has a real winning mindset, according to a leading U.K. political strategist
With reports that Ukraine's gas supply could be turned off imminently and fears that it is facing bankruptcy, Ukraine is desperate for IMF aid.
Douglas Flint admits to UK parliamentary committee that oversees the financial industry that he couldn't rule out further scandals.
Greece wants to re-establish trust with Europe, the country's finance minister told CNBC, after Athens obtained an extension of its bailout program.
As the cease-fire between Ukraine and Russia looks shaky at best, Ukraine's prime minister told CNBC that Russia needed to end its "illegal invasion."
Lego is determined to stay relevant to today’s tech-savvy children after its “fantastically successful” movie franchise, the CEO told CNBC.
The euro zone's finance ministers have approved Greece's new bailout plan, after Athens submitted reform proposals at the 11th hour.
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