11/23/15 - 06:25 AM EST
European stocks open the week in the red, led by declines in commodities stocks on falling raw materials prices
11/16/15 - 06:21 AM EST
European stocks are mixed on Monday, with France's benchmark index recovering following an initial slide after Europe's worst terrorist attacks in more than a decade. Travel stocks fell.
11/13/15 - 06:30 AM EST
Peter Eriksson, a Swedish lawmaker in the European Parliament representing the Green Party, offers his thoughts on creating a more integrated EU-wide electricity sector.
11/11/15 - 09:12 AM EST
The agreement values SABMiller's equity at around $107.8 billion, and includes a side deal to sell SABMiller's stake in MillerCoors to Molson Coors for $12 billion.
11/10/15 - 06:08 AM EST
European stocks fall on Tuesday, tracking Asia lower on China inflation worries and amid a mixed batch of corporate earnings news.
11/03/15 - 04:40 PM EST
London buyout shop Permira sells the fish health specialist for $765 million little more than two years after reeling it in.
10/16/15 - 02:20 PM EDT
Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant founded by Jack Ma, is expanding on the small screen.
10/13/15 - 08:40 AM EDT
Anheuser Busch InBev raises the tab again and agrees to shoulder the antitrust risk.
10/12/15 - 11:29 AM EDT
The Budweiser maker faces a Wednesday deadline to reach a deal unless SABMiller agrees to an extension.
10/12/15 - 05:58 AM EDT
European stocks are mixed as investors comments from Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer saying there's still a case for raising interest rates this year while insisting on a cautious approach.