EU leaders arriving in the Belgian capital on Thursday could not escape questions on the tense relationship between Warsaw and Brussels.
After an 18-month hiatus, the luxurious Venice Simplon-Oriental-Express is back on the rails, with new routes to Amsterdam, Brussels, Geneva, Rome and Florence.
The EU's plan for a carbon tax has raised concerns in China, the U.S., Brazil and other nations. One expert says what the EU needs to do to get them onboard.
The world's second-largest brewer reported first-half earnings above expectations on Monday.
The EU is delaying plans for a common digital tax in the bloc as Yellen tries to rally all European nations behind a wider global corporate tax agreement.
The European Commission said on Thursday three German carmakers breached EU antitrust rules.
Several EU countries oppose new talks with Russia because they do not believe there has been any change in behavior from Moscow.
Sustainable design, innovation and legislation will all be important in the future.
"This is yet another blatant attempt by the Belarusian authorities to silence all opposition voices," the EU said in a statement Monday.
The expulsions and allegations by the Czechs have triggered its biggest dispute with Russia since the 1989 end of Communist rule.
The European Union has had a bumpy Covid-19 vaccine rollout. Here is what happened.
British economist and author of "Doughnut Economics" Kate Raworth believes it is simply a matter of time before the concept is adopted at a national level.
The EMA is using a rolling review to study the data for the jab developed in Russia.
The EU is threatening new legal action against the U.K. over differences on their post-Brexit arrangements.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell visited Moscow last week in what's being described as a "humiliating" trip.
The euro zone economy could have contracted almost 7% in 2020, but economists worry about a delay in the 2021 recovery amid new lockdowns and Covid variants.
The $38 billion merger of Fiat Chrysler and French peer PSA will create the world's No.4 carmaker.
Tech giants could soon face hefty fines and stricter controls over their behavior as part of sweeping new rules in the European Union.
Negotiators have until the evening to resolve an impasse on arrangements that would guarantee Britain zero-tariff and zero-quota access to the EU single market.
The latest European impasse over a much-needed stimulus package has finally been overcome, meaning cash-strapped countries will soon get access to a historic level of funding.