Cambrils is more than two hours south of Barcelona by car. It was not immediately clear how the operation was linked to the van attack in that city. » Read More
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Australia joins China and Japan in trying to regulate bitcoin and digital currency exchange providers with crackdown on money laundering. » Read More
Insolvent German airline Air Berlin aims to strike deals to sell assets to two or more buyers by the end of September, before a government loan keeping its planes in the air runs out, its chief executive said. » Read More
Amazon's warehouse and logistics arm in the UK has reduced its tax bill despite topping £1 billion in sales.
From tree houses to igloos, Airbnb offers some pretty unique accommodation experiences, but now it is giving vacationers the chance to stay in the former home of a sitting president.
The Bank of England (BOE) has decided to keep using polymer, an ingredient containing beef, for its banknotes despite a backdrop of animal rights activists angered by the move.
Washington is ready to use "any appropriate measures" to defeat the growing threat from North Korea, according to one of President Donald Trump's key aides.
When most of the euro zone seems to be flourishing, its third largest economy remains a major headache.
Escalating tensions between the U.S. and the Korean Peninsula have highlighted similarities between President Donald Trump and another political heavyweight: Vladimir Putin, leading political analyst Charles Hecker told CNBC Thursday.
Mining and commodities trading group Glencore raised its earnings guidance on Thursday and said it expected the increased take-up of electric vehicles and demand for storage to boost demand.
Lego has appointed Niels B. Christiansen to replace Bali Padda, who was the Danish toymaker's first foreign CEO.
The Swiss franc, the U.S. dollar and even the euro might be the best options for investors trading currencies in the face of rising threats from North Korea, analysts told CNBC.
French police arrested a man Wednesday in the search for a driver who slammed his BMW into soldiers in a Paris suburb Wednesday.
Dutch bank ABN Amro reported on Wednesday a larger than expected 45 percent rise in second-quarter underlying net profit
A trade war between the U.S. and China is brewing and could be the biggest risk for global investors, a prominent asset manager told CNBC.
More than 220,000 people have signed a petition against French President Emmanuel Macron's plans to create a formal first lady role for his wife, Brigitte.
Victims of bank fraud should not expect automatic refunds and are sometimes at fault for not taking a “duty of care”, the CEO of RBS has reportedly said.
The asset management firm Standard Life is looking at Ireland as its European base for when the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, its CEO told CNBC Tuesday.
The U.S. dollar index has fallen by around 9 percent since the start of the year but that could be about to change, according to strategists at Wells Fargo.
Europeans are consuming more and more butter at a time when prices are skyrocketing, stockpiles are running low and dairy giants are warning of an imminent shortage.
Tiny fragments of gold could be used in the fight against cancer, according to scientists at the University of Edinburgh.
Employees' needs are changing and businesses must change as well in order to attract the best talent. Offices must combine work and leisure.
Elon Musk’s Tesla could soon be overtaken in the global ‘arms race’ for batteries, strategist says.
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Vopak CFO Jack de Kreij discusses the oil tank storage company's first half earnings, and what to expect for the second half.
Dominic Bokor-Ingram, portfolio manager at Charlemagne Capital, discusses the force of frontier markets - markets too small to be considered emerging markets.
High profile urban locations in European cities remain a target for terrorist attacks, Jonathan Wood, director at Control Risks, said.