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Mars has announced that its U.K. operations will be completely powered by renewable electricity.
Strengthening lending and inflation in the U.K. may mean the Bank of England raises rates sooner than expected — possibly even this year.
U.S. President Barack Obama's warnings about Brexit are less worrying given the president will soon leave office, the U.K.'s former work and pensions secretary told CNBC.
Only 21 percent of respondents in a survey agreed that David Cameron was more likely to tell the truth about the EU than rival Boris Johnson.
EU antitrust regulators blocked on Wednesday CK Hutchison Holdings' planned £10.3 billion acquisition of O2 from Spain's Telefonica.
David Cameron has been caught saying that leaders of some "fantastically corrupt" countries were due to attend his anti-corruption summit.
The political space for a deal was opened by the readiness of Germany to explore ways to ease Greek debt repayments, the Financial Times reports.
UniCredit's profit was hit by restructuring charges in Austria and Italy in the first quarter, although earnings beat forecasts thanks to lower costs.
A former Deutsche Bank managing director and a chartered accountant were found guilty in a London court on Monday in an insider dealing case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Thyssenkrupp cut its full-year forecasts on a drop in prices for materials including steel that it said were sharper than it had expected.
The U.K. government has launched a $2.89 million fund to "encourage more businesses to switch to hydrogen-fueled vehicles."
One man has died after a knife attack early on Tuesday at a train station in the Munich area in southern Germany, German broadcaster ARD reported.
British airline easyJet swung to a half-year loss due to a fall in demand on security concerns linked to attacks on European capitals.
Nokia's net sales of telecoms equipment fell more than expected in the first quarter.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump says he would make an exception to his 'Muslim travel ban' for the newly-elected Mayor of London.
Russia has shown off its military might in a commemorative parade in the Red Square on Monday, in which it showcased the latest in military hardware.
Major U.K. mortgage lenders hiked the upper-age limit for home loan approvals on Monday, sparking fears of risky lending standards.
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann stepped down as leader of the centrist coalition government and as head of his Social Democratic Party.
Prime Minister David Cameron made a "big, bold, patriotic case" for Britain to stay in the EU, saying membership helped protect the country.
Protests took place in Greece as the government passed reforms that it hopes will persuade lenders to release more financial aid.
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