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RWE now expects full-year profits to be at the upper end of its outlook range.
Japan's economy grew better than expected in the second quarter, but a lack of wage growth and labor shortages are likely to cause problems.
As negotiations for Britain’s departure from the EU rumble on, a new pro-EU opposition party led by the government’s former Brexit adviser is poised for a September unveiling.
Britain needs a transition period to soften its exit from the European Union, but it cannot be used to stop Brexit, two senior ministers said.
Britain says it's ready to move to the next phase of Brexit talks and set out details of the future relationship it wants with the European Union.
The EU is planning on holding a meeting over a tainted egg scandal, which revealed insecticide-contaminated products in 17 countries.
A British real estate agent that drew up a map of where to live in the UK to avoid “any nuclear impact from World War Three” has apologized for the stunt.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday there is a Russian-Chinese plan underway to defuse the situation between the U.S. and North Korea.
Europe's food safety commissioner urged countries to stop "blaming and shaming" one another over a continental eggs contamination scare on Friday.
Video game developer Nintendo is being sued by Gamevice, who claims the Nintendo Switch controllers infringe on a product patent.
UK firefighters said Friday they were investigating the cause of smoke on an underground train at Oxford Circus station in the centre of London.
The role of pilots could shift due to automation.
Recreational vehicles (RVs) - caravans, campervans or motorhomes - are back and picking up a new generation of eager fans just wanting to hit the road.
Hyperloop, the transportation system envisioned by billionaire Elon Musk, could come to an Asian country in the next few years, says a CEO.
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.
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