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Former Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Ed Balls says his party is in the process of a "big change," albeit not one he expected or supported.
Wednesday's deal to avert a looming Greek bankruptcy doesn't mean the public rift between two of Athens' key creditors is over.
The first four Folios of William Shakespeare's "collected works" have sold for £2.479 million at Christie's in London.
A new wine-themed park is ready to open its doors to the general public on June 1.
The CGT union sought to tighten its grip on France's energy supplies and transport network as its stand-off with the government over planned labor reforms continued.
Marks and Spencer announced plans to overhaul its clothing and homeware business, a move it warned would have an adverse effect on short-term profits.
Greece may have secured its latest round of aid but it's important "that they continue with the structural reforms," says Spain's economy secretary.
Fitch Ratings downgraded Credit Suisse Group's long-term default rating by a notch to A-minus and its viability rating to a-minus from a.
French prosecutors have turned up the heat in the spreading European tax war against US tech giants, the FT reports.
Academy Award winner and humanitarian, Angelina Jolie Pitt is set to join the London School of Economics as a visiting professor.
Decisions by the likes of Twitter and YouTube to stream sports online may push more consumers to “cut the cord” of their television service.
The near victory of the far-right in Sunday's Austrian elections is a symptom of the rise of populism in Europe, said experts to CNBC.
Airbnb has asked for cooperation from European regulators, following a wide range of issues for the home sharing start-up.
France's oil refineries are on strike Tuesday, union officials said, with all eight of the country's refineries out of action.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber warned on Tuesday that the beleaguered European banking sector was still facing many challenges.
The IMF is calling on European creditor nations to commit to "upfront unconditional" debt relief for Greece as part of a rescue program for the nation.
Electric cars remain a noteworthy sight almost everywhere but Scandinavia, where Norwegians have bucked the trend by buying alternative-fuel vehicles.
Officials in northern England approved a shale gas fracking application from Third Energy on Monday.
The fact that no group has claimed responsibility for last week's EgyptAir crash could mean it was a catastrophic accident. It could also mean something scarier for airlines and travelers.
Scotland is set to strengthen its credentials as a world leader in wind energy after a £2.6 billion offshore wind farm got the okay on Monday.
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CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche weighs in on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's speech in Florence, Italy, on Friday afternoon.
CNBC's Sophia Yan reports from Beijing, China, on news that S&P has downgraded the world's second-largest economy.
You have a 14.5% chance of getting a computer virus when searching for the pop-punk princess online.