Post-Brexit tech brain drain worries half of businesses - survey
Germany, France agreed to back Carney to head IMF - Frankfurter Allgemeine
More than half of UK firms fear hit from post-Brexit immigration plan - survey
UK firms cut investment plans as Brexit alarm hits new high - survey
Deutsche Bank to cut 18,000 jobs in 7.4 billion euro overhaul
Investors are increasingly keen in putting their money into sustainable projects. From the traditional 'greenwashing', they’re shifting to a real interest in "green investment". At the Transition Forum in Monaco, we had the opportunity to hear their views.
What’s the solution to the climate and pollution crisis? Entrepreneurs from all over the world are currently working on proposals for a sustainable economy. Monaco's Transition Forum gathered some of the most important French sustainable startups.
Is achieving peace, development and stability a pipe dream? It is the main question being asked at 2019's Crans Montana Forum.
Greek conservative leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is a leading contender to Alexis Tsipras. Mitsotakis said he wants to breathe new life into the economy and change the country’s image as Europe’s problem child after three bailouts since 2010.
Reports of the move came the day before the US and China announced at the G20 summit in Japan that they would re-start trade talks.
A new free-trade deal between the European Union and South American countries shows that agreements can be reached and mutually beneficial compromises can be reached, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Saturday.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday a draft trade deal reached between the European Union and the Mercosur group of South American countries was a "good agreement" that met key French demands.
While the new left-leaning government is unlikely to fundamentally change Denmark's economic policy, Frederiksen, 41, has promised to increase welfare spending after years of austerity.
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Black-clad protesters demand full withdrawal of Hong Kong extradition bill
EU court rules that Adidas's three stripes trademark is invalid
Merkel says recovered from shaking bout after drinking water
Plans to form a landmark joint venture between Thyssenkrupp and Tata Steel have been rejected by EU regulators over concerns that the deal would push up prices and reduce competition
Uber's European rival Bolt enters London market, again
Minor clashes break out on 30th weekend of French 'yellow vests' protests
President Putin is tripling spending on digitising more areas of the economy to revive Russia's economic fortunes.
#KuToo no more! Japanese women take stand against high heels
Fiat Chrysler puts merger offer to Renault board
With trade differences in the background, Trump and Abe do diplomacy over golf and sumo
India's Modi stuns opposition with huge election win
Angry Venezuelans wait hours for fuel as shortages worsen