Miton Fund Manager Eric Moore speaks about the future of U.K. building firm Carillon, which has issued its third profit warning this year. » Read More
The British builder said it was at risk of breaching year-end financial covenants and would need to recapitalize. » Read More
Harrods Managing Director Michael Ward speaks about the upcoming holiday season, and how a Brexit-weakened pound is impacting the business. » Read More
Danny Cullenward, a research associate at Near Zero, says the Paris Climate deal was only a first step in curbing carbon emissions. » Read More
Daryl Liew, head of Portfolio Management at REYL Singapore, favors domestic-focused companies when picking stocks in Europe.
The deal will help build out Airbnb's wheelchair-accessible housing inventory and provide more complete and accurate information to disabled travelers.
A large pink diamond, rare for its color and clarity, was among several major jewels that failed to sell on Wednesday at Sotheby's auction in Geneva.
British Land CEO Chris Grigg speaks about third-quarter earnings, how Brexit is impacting business and monetary policy from the Bank of England.
RBS Chairman Howard Davies speaks about the Bank of England's decision to raise interest rates last month.
Howard Davies, chairman at RBS, says the Bank of England was right to heed its inflation mandate in hiking interest rates.
The move marks the first time a country has set a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
U.K. in a Changing Europe Director Anand Menon and Michael Browne, fund manager at Martin Currie, speak about Brexit.
Bundesbank Executive Board Member Andreas Dombret speaks about the German economy and planning for Brexit.
Several loud explosions echoed across central Harare in the early hours of Wednesday after troops deployed on the streets of the capital.
Russian cyber operatives have attacked Britain's media, telecommunications and energy sectors over the past year, a U.K. official said.
With permanent job placements on the rise in the U.K., the economy is likely doing better than GDP data suggests, says David Miller of Quilter Cheviot.
Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, told CNBC that a decline in the pound is to be expected.
Tesco, the U.K.'s biggest retailer, won provisional approval for its proposed £3.7 billion takeover of wholesaler Booker.
Robert Noel speaks about his company's recent property developments and how it is facing Brexit-related headwinds.
Frances Fitzgerald speaks about the potential for a soft or hard border with the U.K. after Brexit has been finalized.