Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Government data show that German industrial production grew for the fourth consecutive month in February, underlining expectations of a pickup in Europe's biggest economy.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Oil-rich Norway moved Friday to target its huge sovereign wealth fund's investments more closely at boosting green businesses, but environmentalists said the proposals were not strong enough.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
France's economy barely expanded at the start of this year, but growth should pick up if fall short of government forecasts, the national statistics agency said Thursday.
German industrial orders, a key measure of demand for German-made goods both at home and abroad, rose in February, driven primarily by strong domestic orders, data showed on Friday.
The boss of a Bitcoin company in Cyprus has fled abroad days after it suddenly stopped operations, in a blow to the virtual currency's once vaunted prospects on the island.
Friday, April 4, 2014
His eyes hidden by sunglasses, the soft-spoken African gestured at the model camel on his table, its hump hidden by a mysterious contraption topped with a windmill.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Once seen as a “Silicon Valley” of the Soviet Union, the tiny Caucasus nation of Armenia is hoping the launch of its first tablet computer and smartphone could kickstart a comeback for the country's tech sector.
Greece will tap bond markets in the next three months for the first time since it needed international rescue loans in 2010, the finance minister said Tuesday, hours after fellow eurozone countries agreed to release more bailout funds.
The European Commission on Wednesday fined 11 producers of high-voltage power cables a total of 300 million euros for operating a cartel that secretly split up the global market.
The German cabinet Wednesday adopted draft legislation establishing a fixed national minimum wage of 8.50 euros (US$11.70) to be phased in from 2015 and fully in place from 2017.