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As Germany and the rest of euro zone tighten the screws on the Greek government, it alienated itself further from its neighbors this weekend.
Nearly four years after Rebekah Brooks left News Corp amid the phone-hacking scandal, the former head of News International is set for a return.
Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor who took a hit on Tesco shares last year, has compared the U.K. supermarket’s problems to cockroaches.
Luxembourg's finance minister told CNBC Monday that a system which allows companies to evade tax was unacceptable.
Russian real estate magnates, until recently among the top buyers of luxury property in the UAE, have retreated from the region amid ruble weakness.
Tens of thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow on Sunday in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.
Spain's PM Mariano Rajoy hit back against Greek accusations that Spain and Portugal had led a conspiracy to topple the anti-austerity government.
French telecom Orange has launched a 3G smartphone with data and minutes for a one-off fee of $40.
Despite the economic troubles in Russia, Conrad Saldanha of Neuberger Berman, is bullish on a few Russian stocks.
Germany's parliament approved an extension of Greece's bailout but a number of dissenters underscored growing skepticism in Berlin.
Russia's Interior Ministry says a leading opposition figure and former deputy prime minister has been shot and killed near the Kremlin.
Russians fear the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov could mark a revival of lethal violence among Moscow's leadership elite, the NYT reports.
One of the most senior leaders of Russia's opposition was shot dead in Moscow, the Financial Times reports.
A high-profile critic of Vladimir Putin has likened him to a “naked king,” saying he presiding over an economy that will weaken further.
Lloyds Banking Group will pay a dividend of 0.75p per share to investors, after reporting a better-than-expected rise in profit.
Speculation is growing that embattled Greece is on the verge of asking for yet more cash.
Despite approving a four-month extension to Greece's bailout on Friday, Germany's frustration with Athens' financial demands is palpable.
There's an agenda behind Gazprom's threats to cut European gas supplies, the CEO Ukraine’s state-owned gas firm told CNBC.
International Airlines Group upgraded its 2015 profit forecast by more than 20 percent, after reporting an 81 percent jump in profit last year.
Europe's Airbus Group took a charge of 551 million euros ($618 million) due to latest delays on the A400M military transporter.
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