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Websites of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and others owned by Tronc were among those blocked to EU visitors.
Investors remain in doubt over the independence of Turkey's central bank and its ability to curb double-digit inflation ahead of national elections in June.
The CEO of Italy's largest utility firm says he's been left stunned by the tactics deployed by Spain's Iberdrola, amid a bitter feud over Brazil's largest power distributor.
Deripaska is seeking to persuade the U.S. to ease sanctions on his businesses in exchange for him scaling back his association with his companies.
The biggest cash prize the game has to offer will actually be given out at Wembley Stadium a few hours earlier — with a game potentially worth more than $370 million.
European stocks closed higher on Friday amid continued uncertainty surrounding Italy's government-in-waiting.
A sweeping data privacy law known as the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) goes into effect across the EU today.
Europe is preparing measures to protect its companies from U.S. sanctions on Iran, and the fallout is hard to predict.
Facebook has always shared the principles the EU's new GDPR legislation, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday.
Iran's five demands to Europe would be difficult for the continent to meet as its leaders seek to salvage the 2015 nuclear accord.
Mark Zuckerberg is speaking at the Viva Technology conference amid heightened concerns over how Facebook handles user data.
Spanish Economy Minister Roman Escolano is not concerned about the recent sell-off in the Italian bond markets, saying there is little contagion to other European markets like Spain.
Uber has been fighting to keep its license to operate in London through an appeal.
Chuck Robbins, the chief executive of Cisco, is speaking with CNBC's Karen Tso at the Viva Technology conference.
The European Union's digital policy chief has urged Facebook to stick to its promise and abide by the region's more stringent data protection rules.
Rising US Treasury bonds and a strengthening dollar are pressuring emerging markets and disrupting the synchronized global growth story of the last year.
CNBC's Adam Reed discusses what's at stake for the two soccer clubs.
Marie Schneegans explains the thinking behind French app Workwell.
David Kenny, senior vice president of IBM's Watson and Cloud, discusses artificial intelligence with CNBC's Karen Tso.