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The meeting comes after Zuckerberg declined multiple invitations to visit U.K. Parliament to face questions from lawmakers.
Greece's government is adamant that much-needed reforms will soon be completed so that the country can unlock fresh funding from the European Union.
Danish shipping group Moller-Maersk reported fourth-quarter earnings in line with expectations on Thursday, but warned a long-running trade conflict between the world's two largest economies could hamper growth in 2019.
Barclays reported a full-year net profit of £1.4 billion ($1.82 billion) for 2018 Thursday, swinging back to the black after 2017 losses.
European stocks closed lower on Thursday after a flurry of poorly received corporate earnings reports.
The parent company of English Premier League champions Manchester City announced Wednesday that it has added a seventh soccer club to its growing stable.
Russian lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to ban its military personnel from using smart devices.
Burberry apologized after a hoodie with ropes resembling a noose was featured in a catwalk event at London Fashion Week.
Three U.K. lawmakers from Britain's ruling Conservative Party have quit to join a new centrist group in parliament, saying the government's handling of Brexit has been "disastrous."
Putin threatens to field new weapons that would target U.S. decision-making centers if Washington deploys intermediate range missiles in countries bordering Russia.
Greece's opposition leader has promised sweeping changes to the economy at a time when the country is slowly back from the brink of an economic collapse.
Britain's competition regulator said Sainsbury's $9.5 billion takeover of Walmart-owned Asda should either be blocked entirely or require the sale of a significant number of stores, or even one of the brands.
European stocks moved higher Wednesday, amid rising hopes the world's two largest economies could soon secure a trade deal.
A spokesperson for Germany's interior ministry told CNBC on Tuesday that the nation was not planning to shut any firm out of its 5G network.
The U.K. business minister has confirmed that a trade agreement with Japan won't be in place by the time Britain leaves the European Union.
Non-profit firm CDP published its annual carbon disclosure report on Tuesday, which found that 53 percent of European firms had no plans in place to reduce their carbon emissions.
CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze caught up with Kate Beaumont, director of product, services and commercial strategy at Samsung U.K.
ESOMAR's Finn Raben discusses how marketing insights teams to be structured for maximum effectiveness
Timotheus Höttges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, discusses the controversy surrounding Huawei's role in international 5G networks.