New York City has been overtaken as the world's best city for female founders, according to Dell's 2019 Women Entrepreneur Cities Index.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in central Paris on Saturday to raise awareness and demand tougher action on femicides in France.
The 28 national leaders in the European Union will meet again on June 30 to seek agreement on who should inherit the bloc's top jobs.
Boeing Co said total deliveries fell to 30 planes in May, compared with 68 in the same period last year.
New York, London and Paris continue to dominate as the world's top three most competitive cities. But their prime positions could be up for contention, according to a new report.
LVMH's Sephora beauty chain said it will close all its U.S. stores, distribution centers and corporate offices on Wednesday to conduct diversity training for employees, a move that follows a racial incident involving a Grammy-nominated singer.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will meet with officials from the European Union and Japan at the ministerial meeting of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
One of the few paintings in Claude Monet's celebrated "Haystacks" series that still remains in private hands sold at auction on Tuesday for $110.7 million, setting a record for an Impressionist work.
The yen rose on Tuesday as traders favored the safe-haven currency after the United States announced it was considering tariffs on $11 billion of European goods and the International Monetary Fund downgraded its outlook on the global economy.
Bolt, formerly known as Taxify, is launching its electric kick scooter-sharing service in Madrid.
Prudential announced earlier this month that it was transferring 36 billion pounds ($47.58 billion) of assets to Luxembourg, which is intended to be the company's hub for its European business after Brexit.
Oil prices rose on Saudi Arabia's plan for further voluntary supply curbs and a cut in Venezuelan exports due to a power outage.
Thousands of travellers were left scrambling on Thursday when Thai Airways International cancelled more than a dozen flights to and from Europe after Pakistan closed its airspace amid rising tensions with India.
Oil exporters have not fully recovered from the dramatic oil price shock of 2014, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Saturday, and she cautioned against spending money on "white elephant projects."
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has become the first Western leader to acknowledge his country's intelligence agencies have listened to recordings of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
U.S. Senate Democrats are considering legal action over President Donald Trump's appointment of a new acting attorney general, congressional sources said on Friday.
The White House has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton said on Friday, returning to an idea that was put on hold in July amid anger in the U.S. over the prospect of such a summit.
According to a U.S. and Australian study with more than 19,000 volunteers, the widespread practice of healthy elderly people taking a baby aspirin every day may do more harm than good.
The annual summit brings together the leaders of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States.
Ben Lofthouse, head of global equity income at Janus Henderson, discusses the German economy and its place in Europe.
CNBC's Elizabeth Schulze discusses France's tax on digital companies and a potential U.S. retaliation.