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France has had a long-standing image problem of being anti-innovation. But look a little closer, and the picture is very different.
Lego's CEO claims that his firm is well-positioned to become China's number one toy brand.
Ad agencies and the creative industries are an important part of the U.K. economy, but a vote to leave the European Union will impact them.
Streaming service Deezer says that it's video platforms like YouTube which are responsible for the small remuneration that artists receive.
On June 23, all eyes will be on the U.K. as it decides whether it wants to stay in the EU. Here's what key sectors are saying about a “Brexit”.
Europe is facing its most significant terror threat in over 10 years, but how members states tackle the threat could shape its future.
Publicis reported organic sales growth of 2.9 percent for the first quarter, beating its own estimate, but remained cautious about the quarters ahead.
Politicians and business leaders are accusing each other of "appalling," "ridiculous" and "absurd" scare tactics to sway U.K. voters.
Over the decades Europe has embraced the automobile not only as a means for economic growth and transport but for leisure and fun too.
How does the EU compare to other global regions? How are lives changed by being in the EU? Of its members, which countries are winning and losing?
WPP boss Martin Sorrell has defended his large pay package, telling CNBC that the success of the firm is linked to how much money he makes.
Chinese social media platform WeChat is better for marketers than Western offerings such as Facebook, the CEO of a top advertising firm said.
WPP CEO tells CNBC that "you're better off trying to change the rules of the club inside rather than banging on the door outside."
CNBC's Karen Tso lays out the problems facing Europe and explains why Europe needs swagger.
Consolidation in the European banking sector is inevitable, UBS Chairman Axel Weber said.
It's been a torrid couple of years for Russia's economy, but the country's finance minister has told CNBC that the worst is now over.
Portugal’s finance minister denied Angola controlled too much of his country’s banking sector, but said the economic straits of the former colony were a worry.
Europe's five largest economies have announced plans to share more information on business owners in a bid crack down on tax evasion.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, defends his $90 million pay package by discussing his company's successful performance.
Finnish FinMin Alexander Stubb says Finland is a "very transparent" country where tax information of all individuals is made public annually.