The annual B2B Sportel Convention in Monaco is underway and providing the latest pointers as to where sport is heading in the years to come.
AT&T thinks its proposed mega-merger with media and entertainment group Time Warner can be tweeked so would not be blocked by competition regulators.
London City Airport evacuated on Friday afternoon and more than two dozen people were treated for breathing difficulties after "chemical incident."
Paris, Frankfurt, Luxembourg and Dublin are stepping up a charm offensive to lure London's financial institutions following the Brexit vote.
Since Europe's 1998 decision to have its own Earth Observation system it has spent several billion euros putting the Copernicus programme's Sentinel satellites into space. Despite the huge costs the d
A third of Jose Barroso’s European Commission colleagues have taken up high level roles in the business sector since leaving public office.
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In this edition of Insiders, Euronews’ current affairs magazine with an in-depth look at the critical events shaping our world, we take a look at the impact of…
The UK's digital tech sector was overwhelmingly opposed to Brexit. Some startups and tech professionals have already pulled the plug. After Brexit, could Techxit be next?
Insiders speaks with Andre Sapir, an economist and senior fellow with the Bruegel think tank in Brussels, on what the United Kingdom can expect post-Brexit.
Find out why Poland is quickly becoming a hub for international investment
Business was a major focus of the 1st presidential debate with Clinton and Trump attacking each other over tax returns and the NAFTA trade agreement.
Germany's economic growth will slow in the second half of this year the finance ministry has said due to weaker foreign demand for goods.
A switch to online ordering cut down the queues outside shops as Apple iPhone 7 went on sale, as Samsung says it will resume Galaxy Note 7 sales in South Korea at the end of the September.
An estimated 5,000 people marched through the Belgian town of Charerloi, police said on Friday, in protest at planned job cuts by machinery maker Caterpillar.
China's economy perked up in August after a lacklustre July. Factory output and retail sales grew faster than expected, the housing market was strong and government infrastructure spending rose.
Hanjin Shipping's largest shareholder, Korean Air Lines, has again delayed a decision on a rescue plan, adding to uncertainty about cargo stranded at sea following the container carrier's collapse.
The future architecture of the post-Brexit European Union will be discussed on September 16 in the Slovak capital of Bratislava. The Visegrad
The ECA General Assembly of leading European football clubs has taken place in Geneva where the clubs backed changes to the Champions and Europa Leagues, which will guarantee more money for those invo
Manufacturing growth in the eurozone slowed in August partly due to the effect of the Brexit vote. The weaker pound boosting exports help UK manufacturing rebound.
The debate over high prices for medical treatments heats up in the United States with two companies - Valeant Pharmaceuticals and Mylan - in the frame.
One of the world's biggest container shipping firms, South Korea's Hanjin Shipping, is headed for bankruptcy after the lenders it has borrowed money from pulled the plug.
The European Commission (EC) has ordered US tech giant to pay a record tax penalty of 13 billion euros to the Irish government.
The European Commission has taken ordered tech giant Apple to pay up to 13 billion euros in back taxes to the Irish government in Dublin.
There was a sharp deterioration in German business morale in August and expectations declined the most in sectors with relatively strong ties to the UK market.