Air France-KLM must clarify its market position as the lack of a clear strategy is the source of its financial problems.
Oil prices continue to climb, with Brent hitting $80 a barrel earlier today.
Royal Mail has warned European Union data protection regulation General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into affect later this month, will mean people in the UK send fewer letters.
The Dutch economy grew 0.5% in the first quarter of 2018, slower than the previous quarter but up on the same period in 2017.
Jubilation erupted in the streets of Baghdad yesterday as news broke that Shia cleric, Moqtada al-Sadr’s party was on course for victory in Iraq’s general election.
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Xerox terminated its planned $6.1 billion sale to Fujifilm late last night, after months of infighting over the deal.
The UK is expected to announce fresh funding for its nuclear submarine programme today, with a combined £2.5 billion ($3.3 billion) spent over across two projects.
Shareholders in some of the UK’s biggest companies will signal their displeasure over poor performance, gender imbalance, and ballooning boardroom pay at some 18 annual general meetings (AGMs) taking place this week alone across the FTSE 350.
As the Iraqi election polls open tomorrow, the future of the country hangs in the balance.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE), currently embroiled in a long-running war in Yemen, has begun a military occupation of a Yemeni island called Socotra in the Arabian Sea.
In a sensational win, veteran politician Mahathir Mohamad has sailed to victory in the Malaysian election, becoming the world’s oldest elected leader.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has secured the release of three Americans who had been in North Korean jail, US President Donald Trump has announced, ahead of a historic US-North Korea summit.
Japanese technology investor SoftBank has posted a record annual profit as its bets on emerging tech firms around the world begin to pay off.
Telecoms giant Vodafone has this morning announced a $19 billion deal for much of rival Liberty Global’s European assets, in what is the company’s largest acquisition since it bought Mannesmann in 2000.
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Japan’s Takeda has agreed to buy Dublin-based Shire Pharmaceuticals for £46 billion ($64.42 billion), in what is the sector’s biggest deal since 2000.
Two days of trade talks between the US and China have concluded, with little to show for them, as US President Donald Trump’s financial team prepares to leave Beijing.
World Press Freedom day — created to celebrate the achievements of the free press — is an opportunity to reflect on the economic benefits of a free media.
Israel will allow Palestinians in the West Bank to distribute and control their own electricity for the first time.
It has been 50 years since the UK Abortion Act became law in 1967 — but in some quarters the issue is far from settled.
North Korea and South Korea have come a step closer to peace as they today began to dismantle border loudspeakers that have blasted propaganda at each other for decades.
Advertising giant WPP has reported its like-for-like net sales fell by just 0.1% in the first quarter of the year, better than the 1% decline analysts predicted, causing the company’s share price to spike.
Last week Russian delegates spoke at a press conference at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) at its headquarters in The Hague on the recent chemical weapons attack in Syria.
North and South Korea took the first tentative steps towards peace today during a summit with global implications.
A looming trade war between the EU and the US will be at the centre of talks when German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives in Washington today for her second meeting with US President Trump at the Oval office.
The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has walked across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea today, hand-in-hand with South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in.
Saudi Arabia has announced an overhaul of its private sector as part of its Vision 2030 plan to raise between $9 billion and $11 billion in non-oil revenues by 2030, as it tries to position itself away from a dependence on fossil fuels.
French President Emmanuel Macron arrived at the White House armed with a plan to preserve the Iran nuclear deal that is due to expire next month unless US President Donald Trump extends it.
The leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un will be served a trademark Swiss potato dish called rosti at the opening of a historic Korean summit on Friday, South Korea’s Blue House has said.