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The man tasked with bringing in the money for Manchester United remains very confident about the prospects of the soccer club over the long term.
France's agriculture ministry confirmed a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), also known as mad cow disease.
The effectiveness of Belgium's counter-terrorism intelligence was thrown further into doubt Thursday.
Business magnate and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has told British TV viewers that he thinks the U.K. will vote to leave the EU.
The IS has issued an updated communique taking credit for the Brussels attacks and threatening other countries taking part in the anti-IS coalition.
A permanent “moon village” might allow tourists to holiday on the moon, as well as provide opportunities for science, business and mining, the European Space Agency has said.
Bank of Montreal will roll out what it claims is the first credit card program that will allow users to complete payments with a "selfie".
The tragic terror attacks that rocked Brussels Tuesday are likely to hit Belgian growth rates, according to IHS Global Insight.
Google is bringing Android Pay to the U.K. "in the next few months" putting it head-to-head with rivals Apple and Samsung.
Luxury fashion designer, Giorgio Armani, has taken a stand against animal cruelty by pledging to end its relationship with fur.
The European Central Bank's latest expansion of stimulus measures went too far, Jens Weidmann said on Wednesday, according to Dow Jones.
Two brothers have been identified as suicide bombers in the Brussels attacks, and authorities are hunting down at least one suspect.
After another terrorist attack in a European capital, questions are being asked over whether the bloc needs to restrict freedoms to increase security.
Credit Suisse has struck a partnership with Palantir, one of Silicon Valley's most secretive start-ups, to stop rogue traders.
The high-frequency futures trader accused of being behind the May 2010 "flash crash" will be extradited to the U.S., a British judge has ruled.
Men earn around 4-6 percent more than women in developed countries — even when they have the same job title, employer and location, Glassdoor said on Wednesday.
The Russian economy is adjusting to low oil prices, the country's deputy prime minister told CNBC, adding that a weak ruble will help it to export more.
China's growth rate may be slowing, but it is still a positive driver for the global economy, the chairman of Swedish technology giant Ericsson said.
Credit Suisse Group is stepping up cost cuts including eliminating 2,000 jobs at its Global Markets business.
Europe must improve the regional sharing of intelligence to successfully combat the rise of homegrown militants, policy experts told CNBC.
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Stephane Malrait, global head of e-commerce and innovation for financial markets at ING, and Grant Lee, partner at PwC, discuss incoming EU reporting rules.
CNBC’s Chris Bishop reports from Johannesburg.