Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier says it is cutting another 7,500 jobs - 10 percent of its workforce - over the next two years.
The challenge of dealing with thousands of refugees could have a silver lining for Greece with emergency aid money boosting the country's economy.
Eurozone inflation got a caffeine and nicotine fuelled boost in September as people paid more in restaurants and cafes. Cigarette prices also rose.
Top international bankers warn they could start moving staff out of Britain by next year if there's no clarity on UK access to the EU single market.
Samsung has revealed it is going to take an initial two billion euro hit from scrapping the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
A tax of at least 20 percent on sugary drinks is being called for by the World Health Organisation to fight the problem of obesity.
Saudi Aramco's head Amin Nasser says low prices mean cash-strapped energy companies are not investing risking shortages of oil and gas in the future.
Experts see no end to sterling's fall in value against other currencies due to worries over the effects of the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström win Sveriges Riksbank Economic Sciences Prize for work covering everything from top bosses pay to marriage contracts.
Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström win The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred NobelThe pair were awarded the prize "for their contributions to contract theory."
The pair were awarded the prize "for their contributions to contract theory."
“Ukraine is a country of a great potential” – this is a message heard at each panel of the Kyiv International Economic Forum this year. The
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has backed the IMF's warnings about the risks to the banking system from "ultra-loose" monetary policy.
The International Monetary Fund has expressed concern that public and private debt reached 225 five percent of the world's economic output last year.
The effectiveness of the traditional eight-hour workday has long been questioned.
Egypt's $12 billion (10.7 billion euro) loan from the International Monetary Fund dominated a major conference in Cairo on the country's financial future.
Samsung says it has sold all or part of stakes it held in four technology companies - ASLM, Rambus, Seagate and Japan's Sharp - to free up money to invest in its core businesses.
Spain’s economy will expand by more than 3 percent this year according to the acting economy minister Luis de Guindos.
Deutsche Bank has said it will fight a $14 billion demand from the US Department of Justice to settle claims it mis-sold sub-prime mortgage-backed securities.
The EU should concentrate on issues like security and the economy as it seeks to restore the trust of its citizens, Romanian prime minister Dacian Ciolos said.
A collection of stories of Ukrainians who have started inspiring social and business projects in the eastern Donbas region, in the hope that development will help bring peace to a land now in its thir
South Korea’s LG Electronics has unveiled its new V20 smartphone, seeking to recover from a series of losses in the mobile market.
LEGO is blaming a lack of production capacity for a decline in revenue growth and profits in the first half of the year, addressing that with big investment plans.
Leaders from the world’s 20 biggest economies are meeting in the Chinese city of Hangzhow for a two-day summit.
What does China think about reform, protectionism, the G20 and its role in the world?