Chiquita Brands International and Fyffes of Ireland are likely to face a tough time with antitrust regulators on both sides of the Atlantic in their $1.07 billion plan to create the world's leading banana company.
ING economist Carsten Brzeski doesn't expect to see large-scale bond purchases by the ECB anytime soon, calling ECB President Draghi on his 'bluff.'
European and Asian stock indices inched higher Tuesday ahead of expected positive news from the U.S. later today on jobs and factory orders.
Reducing Europe's dependence on Russian gas is one of the aims of a free-trade accord discussed at today's EU-US summit in Brussels, President Barack Obama's first visit to the EU capital.
President Obama comes to Brussels for the first time for an EU-US summit to jump-start negotiations on transatlantic trade that could boost European exports to the U.S. in several categories, notably cars.
Produce company Chiquita Brands International said Monday it would offer stock worth $526 million for Irish peer Fyffes to create a new global top banana with close to $4.6 billion in 2013 sales.
As it counts down to the next World Cup, the soccer world gets a jolt from the EU's investigations into Real Madrid and FC Barcelona for alleged illegal state aid.
Europe's 30 largest lenders face a ban on high-risk proprietary trading under a proposal adopted January 29 by the European Commission.
The European Union's highest court struck down a U.K. challenge to ban shortselling. The U.K. has repeatedly resisted attempts for more centralized regulation.
The author of the European Commission's controversial financial transaction tax proposal defends the plan in an interview with Renee Cordes.