Google Lunar XPRIZE, the space exploration competition sponsored by Google, is offering additional prize money to finalists who can complete two in-space missions as it extends program’s deadline to 2018. » Read More
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The British government has defended its plans to establish a “frictionless” border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic post-Brexit, saying that the plans are both workable and mutually beneficial. » Read More
Former Russian Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev told his bribery trial on Wednesday that he had been framed by a close lieutenant of President Vladimir Putin into accepting a payment of $2 million. » Read More
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James Murdoch is to return as the chairman of Sky four years after a phone-hacking scandal forced him out, regaining his grip on a pay-TV group.
Patients in the U.K. will be able to get hand and upper arm transplants on the state, NHS England announced on Friday.
Chief financial officer of Deutsche Bank has said that he expects 2018 to be the first "clean" year for the bank.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on Iran's new charm offensive across Europe and how it means billions of dollars worth in new trade deals.
The market is seeing early signs of an oil price bottom as Saudi Arabia and Russia begin to feel the pressure, Tom Petrie says.
The U.K. economy posted growth in line with expectations in the fourth quarter, but annual growth slowed to the lowest level in almost three years.
Electrolux's CEO told CNBC there were no hard feelings towards General Electric after it decided not to sell its division to Electrolux.
Diageo reported growth in first half sales, but the figure was weighed down by foreign exchange rates and the impact of the disposal of assets.
Drugmaker Roche on Thursday reported full-year earnings and a dividend slightly below forecasts and said it expected sales to grow low- to mid-single digit in 2016.
Thousands of jobs vacancies are going unfilled across the U.K. as employers struggle with an “unprecedented” skills shortage, a government report released Thursday showed.
Russian officials have decided they should talk to Saudi Arabia and other OPEC countries about output cuts, Russia's pipeline head said.
"Cultured meat" and a book that cleans dirty water are the latest innovations in food technology that could be key to sustainability.
With ties in the West looking fraught and the Russian economy backed into a corner, the turn to Asia has been seen by some as an act of desperation.
Most people aged 45 or over would like to retire within the next five years, but two in five won't be able to do so, according to a HSBC report.
Corruption in all areas of life is still rife globally but more countries continued to improve their "corruption perception" scores in 2015.
Aberdeen Asset Management has been hit with over $13 billion in outflows in the last three months of 2015 as EM volatility took its toll on the group.
French Justice Minister resigned as parliament prepared to examine reforms that could strip convicted terrorists of their citizenship.
Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis' fourth quarter earnings miss expectations as the group prepares to overhaul its Alcon division.
RBS said it would take a surprise 3.58 billion hit to its fourth-quarter profits after setting aside more cash to cover litigation costs.
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Chirag Patel, head of innovation and advisory solutions for EMEA at State Street, speaks about how robots will play a role in the financial sector.
Chirag Patel, head of innovation and advisory solutions for EMEA at State Street, speaks about how jobs in the financial sector are changing due to AI.