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French website Dayuse.com is one company helping traditional hoteliers to sell rooms for just a few hours during the day.
Titled the "Islamic Rape of Europe," a right-wing Polish magazine causes controversy with its latest cover.
Europe's largest insurer heading in the "right direction" in regaining customer trust over its Pimco fund management division.
Researchers have developed a new test for every known inherited heart condition, it was announced on Friday.
CNBC takes a closer look at the biggest of Turkey’s problems.
Chinese and Middle East investors are currently the dominant buyers of London residential real estate, according to Knight Frank.
The Mobile World Congress kicks off next week in Barcelona, Spain, where companies will be showcasing new devices and apps.
The amount of high-yield — and high-risk — debt issued in in Europe, the Middle East and Africa last month slumped to a seven-year low, Moody's Investors Service said on Thursday.
Some of France’s leading travel companies shrugged off the security and terrorism threats that shook the nation’s confidence in 2015.
The euro zone's recovery is in more danger, the ECB said in minutes from its latest policy meeting published on Thursday.
Air France-KLM beat forecasts with a return to profit last year, helped by a drop in the fuel bill and growth in passenger traffic.
Food group Nestle said it expected softer pricing and growth in line with last year in 2016.
The U.K. is conducting “weak and pathetic” negotiations with the European Union, the leader of UK Independence Party, has told CNBC.
Prince William makes speech Tuesday that many interpret as support for Prime Minister David Cameron's campaign for Britain to stay in the EU.
Brokers are seemingly not too concerned about another full-blown recession, but that doesn't mean they are recommending you buy banks either.
Russia filed a lawsuit against Ukraine on Wednesday at London's High Court in connection with a $3 billion Eurobond debt.
Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed to freeze oil output levels but markets were not impressed. Here's the simple reasons why.
China-based Okay Airways has put in an order for up to 20 Boeing planes in a deal valued at $1.3 billion at list prices.
Telecom Italia's CEO addressed criticisms about the company's newly released investment plan, including increasing expenditure.
Former oil and gas workers in Scotland could be heading for a career change, with a new plan aiming to retrain staff as teachers.
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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.