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Dozens of people who visited Switzerland's largest strip club have received letters threatening to expose them unless they pay a ransom.
France is seeking 1.6 billion euros in back taxes from Google, criticised for its use of aggressive tax optimisation techniques, a source said Wednesday.
Shale oil could help rebalance global commodity prices as the sector looks to shrug off a tough couple of years.
Separating from the EU could trigger a 20 percent drop in sterling and shave 1.5 percentage points off the British economy, HSBC has warned.
Airbus isn't expecting the low oil price to hurt its order book, the European aerospace giant's chief executive told CNBC.
Carmaker reaches its mid-term targets ahead of schedule, helped by cost cuts, price increases and a recovery in European demand.
The COP21 talks in Paris were a great success in galvanizing global action, the CEO of Spanish utility Iberdrola told CNBC.
Airbus has filed a patent for adjustable benches that could accommodate anything from a couple of overweight passengers to a slim family of four.
German business sentiment fell in February, adding to concerns that Europe's economic motor is stalling.
Fungi from the guts of animals such as goats and sheep could transform renewable energy, according to the latest research.
Swiss Re said on Tuesday group Chief Executive Michel Lies would retire and be replaced by the head of its reinsurance business on July 1.
The U.K.’s advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Authority, has published a list of the most complained-about ads from 2015.
Currency traders have been circling exchange rates this week, with expectations high that political divisions could lead to further opportunities.
Exposure to outdoor air pollution is linked to roughly 40,000 deaths every year in the U.K., according to a new report.
Heads of many of the country's largest companies have rallied around Britain's "stay" campaign, according to a report in The Times.
Soccer's scandal-hit governing body FIFA will hope to move on this week when it holds the election of a new president.
Europe's largest onshore wind power project will be built in Norway, it was announced Tuesday.
After years of planning and debate, decision time over whether Britain will stay in the European Union is looming.
Middle East countries will have to raise taxes in order to recover and prosper, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) believes.
French telecoms company has released a $40 smartphone for the Middle East and Africa that comes with text, minutes and data.
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Singapore may be one of the most expensive cities in the world but it’s home to the world’s cheapest one-star Michelin meal. CNBC’s Xin En Lee finds out the business behind Hong Kong Soya Sauce chicken rice.
Pollution is killing at least 9 million people every year and it's even threatening the 'survival of human societies.'
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks about a meeting with other European Union leaders in Brussels, Belgium.