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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.
The European Commission and Italy reached an accord on a scheme to help Italian banks sell some of their $217.04 billion of bad loans.
Spanish bank Santander's fourth-quarter net profit slumped by 98 percent hit by mis-selling compensation in Britain and slowing income in Brazil.
The luxury sector should get ready for a slow down in global growth in 2016 and beyond, an analyst has told CNBC.
Denmark's parliament passed its "jewelry bill" on Tuesday, which allows for the confiscation of refugees' valuables to pay for their stay.
Shell has fought hard, reassuring investors that cuts and asset disposals, will make the BG deal an attractive long-term play
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is in Europe as he tries to drum up trade and investment with European businesses.
China's economic problems are not as bad as they appear in spite of the current market tailspin, the chief executive of Siemens said.
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Theresa May gave no clues as to how much the U.K. would be willing to pay the European Union in outstanding financial contributions. CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche reports.
A survey of 12,000 people by media group Havas reveals marketers maybe playing catch-up with society when it comes to gender.
British people want sovereignty and "control" over their laws, and this is why they voted to leave the European Union, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said.