The 81-year-old media mogul is once again at the center stage of Italian politics and could have a pivotal role in the upcoming general election. » Read More
By: Silvia Amaro
European markets open mixed on Friday morning as investors watch out for developments in U.S. politics, new earnings and fresh data. » Read More
Britain and France are expected to commit to joint military operations including a combined expeditionary force. » Read More
China's spending in Central and Eastern Europe could lead to connections across the continent, a former official tells CNBC.
Whether it's self-driving cars or diagnosing diseases faster than ever before, digital disruption is enabling an intelligent society.
Ledger claims the investment to be one of the largest of its kind for a blockchain-related firm to date.
India successfully launched a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Thursday.
Germany again defended its economic surplus on Thursday, despite increased criticism from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Europe.
A newly discovered security flaw is affecting Apple's iPhone and Mac computers.
French President Emmanuel Macron is visiting the UK Thursday for the first time since taking office, in an attempt to secure defense cooperation post-Brexit.
European markets closed slightly higher on Thursday, as investors monitored recent gains from Wall Street.
Fragile markets are "on the edge of chaos," according to one firm, which has compared what it deems an overvalued stock market to cryptocurrency bubbles.
CEO Warren West is on a mission to restructure the company into three core units.
World entering 'critical period of intensified risks' in 2018, WEF says
It would be "appropriate" for the European Central Bank to stop its bond purchases, Bundesbank head Jens Weidmann said in an interview.
Europe closed under pressure Wednesday as positive trade on Wall Street failed to lift sentiment, as corporate news dominated discussion.
U.S. President Donald Trump is like a "revolution" taking place in U.S. society, according to Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller.
Norway's oil cash no longer invest in firms involved in nuclear weaponry.
CNBC takes a look at some of the joint ventures that may be most affected by Carillion's collapse.
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Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations and director of the United States Centre at the LSE, speaks about a potential U.S. government shutdown.
Imagine a world where you never throw anything away. CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze explains the circular economy.
Germany's economy is not overheating, Guntram Wolff, director of Bruegel, said.