An unexpected uptick in economic growth, a failed military coup and geopolitical tensions haven’t kept Turkey down. And the country’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, looks set to strengthen his hold on power with snap elections called for June.
Volkswagen Group has a new driver at the wheel. In April, the Wolfsburg-based company named Herbert Diess, head of the flagship VW brand, as CEO. Diess will leade information technology, group development and research across the organization, while overseeing strategy ...
Zuckerberg’s testimony to Congress has only increased public calls for more oversight of social media and how it uses customer data.
As many countries move to become cashless societies, Switzerland will vote on whether their central bank should be the only institution capable of creating money.
EON and RWE swap assets to become a market leader.
Thanks to a new agreement, businesses can assume that the UK will be fully out of the EU by January 2021. The UK will remain in the single market and customs union until the end of 2020.
Olaf Scholz’s spending policies and his Social Democratic Party's criticism of Angela Merkel's ‘forced austerity’ could lead to higher spending, a reduction of Germany’s historical surplus and the risk of inflation.
As the Mediterranean island nation's economy has stabilized, so too have its banks.
The failure of UN negotiations aside, 2017 was a positive year of consolidation and growth for the Cypriot economy.
Despite Brexit, London has managed to hang onto its status as Europe’s leading fintech hub, but Amsterdam is sneaking up behind.
With the Nestle acquisition, Ferrero has now become the third-largest confectionary company in the United States.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU and the dwindling strength of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who saw her party diminished in Germany’s recent federal elections, have given Macron a rare chance to bolster French influence.
Fierce competition among Swiss banks to win the business of the world’s wealthy has led to a raft of management shake-ups.
In a comparison with the Portuguese soccer star, Portuguese finance minister Mário Centeno has been dubbed “the Cristiano Ronaldo of Ecofin."
The deal sends a strong signal that two of the world’s major exporters still believe in the merits of open markets.