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Friday, July 17, 2015
The EU launched an anti-competition probe Thursday into U.S. computer chip giant Qualcomm, the latest of a series of investigations into top American companies.
New car registrations in Europe leapt a robust 14.6 percent in June, figures released Thursday showed, reflecting the improving health of one the European Union's main pillars of industrial activity.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Europe's battered banking sector is showing further signs of mending and banks are increasingly competing for custom by lowering credit stanadards, a key European Central Bank survey showed on Tuesday.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
On a vast tract of old North Carolina farmland, crews are getting ready to build something the U.S. South has never seen: a commercial-scale wind energy farm.
Monday, July 13, 2015
Greece reaches deal with creditors, avoids euro exit
Greece reached a deal with its European creditors Monday, pledging stringent austerity to avoid an exit from the euro and the global financial chaos that could have followed.
Friday, July 10, 2015
Chaotic rush-hour scenes play out as London Underground staff strike
London's roads, buses and overland trains struggled to cope in Thursday's morning rush hour as commuters battled into work in the face of London Underground's first strike shutdown since 2002.
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Britain's capital city braced for travel chaos on Wednesday with a planned London Underground strike expected to be the worst in years, after talks to avert the 24-hour walkout broke down.
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
British Prime Minister David Cameron's government will this week unveil the first Conservative budget in almost 20 years, targeting deep welfare cutbacks to honor a campaign pledge to slash spending.
Monday, July 6, 2015
In booming Berlin, Sunday gardeners face off against developers
In a green bubble away from the Berlin grind, a passionate tribe of urban gardeners has taken up the struggle against developers' bulldozers as more oases come under threat from a property boom.
Since the start of tortuous nuclear negotiations with Iran, France has been seen as taking the toughest stand. Now as a deal nears, Paris must be ready to dash in and grab a slice of long untapped market.
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