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British luxury fashion group Burberry said it would overhaul its retail operations and simplify its product range after its full-year profit fell 10 percent.
Brewer posts 8 percent fall in revenue despite rise in sales, as foreign currencies struggled against a strong dollar.
The forecast hit to the U.K. economy from leaving the EU is "rotten propaganda," an ex-U.K. finance minister said.
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The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating state-sponsored doping by dozens of Russian athletes, the New York Times reports.
U.K. leader David Cameron wants help from social media sites such as Tinder to help to win EU referendum.
British fitness company 1Rebel plans to transform a bus into a mobile spinning studio to help Londoners better utilize their morning commute.
A Burger King in Helsinki, Finland is home to not one, but two saunas.
Alain Dehaze said sectors such as IT and finance were waiting for the outcome of the vote before making decisions on hiring for projects.
Thousands of people in the U.K. are up in arms over rumors that the BBC could be about to shelve its public archive of cooking recipes.
Germany's Constitutional Court confirmed it has received a complaint against the ECB's monetary policy, as reported by the Welt am Sonntag newspaper.
Mobile phone operator Vodafone posted its first underlying growth in both full-year revenue and core earnings since 2008, helped by a return to top-line growth in Europe in the fourth quarter.
With just over a month to go, the EU referendum debate is heating up and with that comes both a slew of bold forecasts and strong political rhetoric.
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has weighed into the Brexit debate.
The Church of England has been investing millions of pounds into Google despite the controversy surrounding reports that the tech multinational avoids paying tax.
The world's largest floating wind farm has been given the go-ahead to be built off the coast of Scotland.
Google faces a record antitrust fine of around 3 billion euros from the European Commission in the coming weeks, The Sunday Telegraph said.
Susana Jamaladinova, a 32-year-old trained opera singer who uses the stage name Jamala, received the highest score of 534 points for her song "1944".
Boris Johnson said that the EU was following the path of Adolf Hitler and Napoleon by trying to create a European superstate.
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CNBC's Carolin Roth caught up with Jamie West, deputy managing director at Sky Media U.K., to talk about the British government's decision to scrutinize further Rupert Murdoch's planned $15 billion takeover of Sky.
Several analysts offer their verdict on what to expect from the anticipated German election before voters go to the polls.
Maarten-Jan Bakkum, emerging markets specialist at NN Investment Partners, explains why emerging markets have been performing so well.