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Richard Branson rode out Hurricane Irma by hunkering down in his wine cellar as the Category 5 storm ripped through his private island.
Martin Shkreli has received bids in excess of $1 million for his one-of-a-kind copy of a Wu-Tang Clan album.
The Nordic region's biggest bank, Nordea, said on Wednesday it would move its headquarters to Finland, dealing a blow to Stockholm's bid to become a financial hub.
Dozens of people were injured in clashes between South Korean protesters and police Thursday as the U.S. military added more launchers to the high-tech missile-defense system it installed in a southern town to better cope with North Korean threats.
Voters in Spain's prosperous Catalonia region will be asked to choose in less than a month if they want to secede from Spain.
European markets ended higher on Thursday, as the European Central Bank (ECB) left rates unchanged.
British entrepreneur and parliamentarian Michelle Mone has defended her billionaire boyfriend over his links to an alleged £13 million ($16.9 million) tax avoidance scheme.
A recent correction in European stocks due to the strength of the euro is a buying opportunity for investors, according to Barclays.
The European Union's top court dismissed complaints on Wednesday by Slovakia and Hungary about EU migration policy, upholding Brussels' right to force member states to take in asylum seekers.
President Mario Draghi at the European Central Bank (ECB) will once again face a balancing act when he speaks to the media on Thursday afternoon.
Russian President Vladimir Putin urges the international community to hold fresh talks to try to resolve the North Korean crisis.
Switzerland, a country famed for its services to chocolate, has unveiled a new iteration of the sweet stuff called "Ruby".
The European Central Bank (ECB) is likely to hold off on making any announcements on its stimulus program when it meets this week.
Frankfurt and Dublin are emerging as the clear favorites for post-Brexit relocation among U.K.-based banks, according to a top official at Germany's central bank.
European markets ended Wednesday on a relatively mixed note, as investors cheered on the rebound seen in U.S. markets.
The Bank of England has settled a dispute over pay with staff that led to the central bank's first strike in more than 50 years.
Bitcoin fell by another $300 on Tuesday after the fallout of a Chinese ban on cryptocurrency crowdfunding methods.
The conflicting responses by world leaders to escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula have underlined a fundamental divide in the diplomatic strategies of the East and the West.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urgently called for more sanctions over North Korea.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s memorable first press secretary Sean Spicer has become the latest White House departee to join the paid speaking circuit.
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Digital Key allows guests to use their mobile phone to open their hotel room and allows staff to focus on customer service rather than checking in.
Rhys Noelke, SVP Strategy for German broadcaster RTL, talks to Carolin Roth about the challenges facing TV advertising.
In this digital age, you might think the paper coupon is past its sell-by date. But according to Valassis, paper and digital coupons are popular as ever.