Watchdog: Syria has filed chemical weapon details
Syria has filed details of its poison gas and nerve agent program and an initial plan to destroy it to the world's chemical weapons watchdog, the ...
Air Serbia to start flying, marking end of JAT
Air Serbia, the Balkan country's new national carrier partly owned by Etihad Airways, formally starts flying this weekend, spelling the end for the ...
French business lobby promises 1M jobs in 5 years
France's business lobby is promising to create 1 million jobs over the next five years as it tries to convince the French that companies are not the ...
Peugeot Citroen workers protest plant closure
PSA Peugeot Citroen workers marched and waved banners to protest the closure of a historic Citroen plant as the factory's last car came off the ...
UK economy grows at fastest rate in over 3 years
The British economy grew at its fastest quarterly rate in over three years during the third quarter, official figures showed Friday, in perhaps the ...
Electrolux Q3 earnings sink on Europe, currencies
Home appliance manufacturer Electrolux says third quarter earnings fell 29 percent due to currency weakness in several key markets and a continuing ...
Truck maker Volvo to slash 2,000 jobs
Truck maker AB Volvo says its earnings dipped on lower sales in the third quarter and that it will slash 2,000 jobs as part of a cost-cutting program.
Finnair Q3 profit plunges amid tough competition
Finnair PLC said Friday that its third-quarter net profit fell by 55 percent to 23.5 million euros ($32.4 million) as currency fluctuations and tough ...
German business confidence unexpectedly falls
A key measure of German business optimism unexpectedly edged lower in October, in another reminder that Europe's fledgling economic recovery is less ...
Cost-cutting, oil and gas lift Q3 profits at BASF
German chemicals firm BASF said Friday that its third-quarter net profit rose 18.5 percent, helped by a better performance from its key business ...