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The White House Wednesday condemned the missile attacks by Yemen's Houthi militias on Saudi Arabia and said Iran "enabled" the attacks.
A year on from Donald Trump's election to the most powerful office in the world and the global media has appraised the U.S. president's standing.
Britain's Marks & Spencer on Wednesday reported a 5.3 percent fall in first-half profit, a second straight decline.
British broadcaster Sky has said that it could shut down Sky News if its ownership of the channel proves to be an obstruction to the company's 11.7 billion-pound ($15.4 billion) takeover by Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox.
European stocks ended under slight pressure on Wednesday as investors digested the latest coming out of the earnings space.
Societe Generale CEO Frederic Oudea said he was "not convinced" cryptocurrencies like bitcoin would "see any development."
Margrethe Vestager told a tech summit in Lisbon on Tuesday that Google's record antitrust fine will help drive innovation.
The French National Financial Prosecutor requested documents on Societe Generale's ties with the Libyan Investment Authority.
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President Donald Trump said Tuesday that extreme vetting of U.S. gun owners would have made "no difference" to the Texas church shooting.
Dialog Semiconductor reported a 4 percent increase in third-quarter adjusted operating profit on Tuesday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said she wants proper talks to begin with other political parties to form a coalition government, but differences remain.
Apple revamped its overseas subsidiaries to take advantage of tax loopholes in Jersey after a crackdown on Ireland's loose rules began in 2013, according to The New York Times and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
European stocks closed negatively Tuesday afternoon as investors monitored a fresh batch of corporate earnings.
On Monday, Theresa May repeatedly insisted to an audience of business leaders that her government is trying to build "an economy fit for the future."
Speaking in London, Gurria said governments were working hard to stop tax avoidance and evasion.
The U.K.'s prime minister and the opposition Labour leader have set out proposals for the British economy.
European stocks posted minor gains by Monday's close, with investors taking note of the sharp rise in commodities.
Silvio Berlusconi's center-right coalition on Sunday looked set to win by a narrow margin a regional vote in Sicily, exit polls suggested.
Spain had sought the arrest of Carles Puigdemon and the four others for rebellion and sedition. New regional elections are set for Dec. 21.
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Deutsche Bank is running a "deliberate risk" of not hedging interest rate in its deposit books, John Cryan said Friday.
Miton Fund Manager Eric Moore speaks about the future of U.K. building firm Carillon, which has issued its third profit warning this year.
The brains behind two of the world's biggest cryptocurrencies face off on bitcoin, cash and ICOs.