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Britain's unemployment labor market bucked tepid economic growth in the second quarter as the unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to its lowest since 1975.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will not deliver a new policy message at the Fed's Jackson Hole conference, two sources said.
Early Uber investor Shervin Pishevar sent Benchmark Capital another letter asking the firm to step away from the company's board of directors.
Angela Merkel may be poised to enter her fourth term as German Chancellor, but the chances of her serving the full four years are becoming increasingly slim, according to her far-right challengers the AfD.
There should be no border posts between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Brexit, Britain said.
A London Stock Exchange employee fell to his death from an upper-floor balcony, officials said Tuesday.
A US partnership is about to move a small town in Norway away from its mining roots.
The Royal Bank of Scotland plans to cut 880 jobs from its IT department in London by 2020, according to a U.K. labor union.
NASA has been asking for suggestions from the public to beam up to the most distant man-made object in the universe, with Tuesday marking the final day for people to send in their requests.
Struggling German airline Air Berlin filed for insolvency after years of losses caught up with it.
The home to the U.K.'s financial services is suffering from a loss of professional talent because of Brexit, warns a recruitment agency.
British consumer price inflation unexpectedly held steady last month as fuel prices fell amid other signs that the squeeze on households' spending power may slowly be starting to level off.
The U.K. should not have to pay to have a customs union during an interim period after leaving the EU, Brexit Secretary David Davis said on Tuesday.
The German economy grew by less than expected in the second quarter as net trade dampened an overall expansion which was driven by strong household spending and rising state expenditure, the Federal Statistics Office said on Tuesday.
Ryanair has called on U.K. airports to restrict the sale of alcohol after it was reported that arrests of drunken passengers rose by 50 percent in a year.
Massive tech players like IBM and Capgemini could go on a mergers and acquisitions “shopping spree” for financial technology (fintech) start-ups next year, the chief of one such start-up has told CNBC.
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Artificial intelligence needs to be considered ethically and intellectually to gain society's trust, Eric Horvitz, technical fellow & managing director at Microsoft Research, said.
Wesfarmers is not seeing any significant damage on its business operations from lower consumer confidence, Managing Director Richard Goyder told CNBC.
Less confidence from the French electorate in President Emmanuel Macron is nothing to worry about for now, Salman Ahmed, chief strategist at Lombard Odier IM, said.