Jun 11, 2015 08:19 AM IST
Blatter tendered his resignation last week as head of the football world governing body, but said he wanted to remain in office until his successor was elected.
- Jun 05, 2015 08:11 AM IST
Tsipras, elected in January on a promise to end austerity, returned from late night talks with EU officials in Brussels to face an outcry over conditions that would breach the "red lines" his Syriza party has declared.
- Jun 03, 2015 08:01 AM IST
US Treasury yields spiked to two-week highs overnight after German Bond yields soared on stronger-than-expected euro zone inflation data. Consumer prices rose 0.3 percent year-on-year in May, beating forecasts for a 0.2 percent increase.
- May 12, 2015 08:40 AM IST
Spot gold was little changed at USD 1,184.01 an ounce by 0042 GMT, after losing 0.3 percent on Monday.
- May 07, 2015 02:25 PM IST
Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), the global voice of the leading tech companies, has slammed the European Commission's "Digital Single Market" proposal, saying the move will penalise innovation and creativity.
- Apr 27, 2015 11:23 AM IST
The European Union accused Google of cheating consumers and competitors by distorting Web search results to favor its own shopping service, after a five-year investigation that could change the rules for business online.
- Apr 02, 2015 03:40 PM IST
The European Commission is asking companies that filed complaints against Google for permission to publish some of the information they submitted confidentially, the Journal said, citing several people familiar with the requests.
- Mar 19, 2015 06:28 PM IST
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has requested a meeting with the leaders of Germany, France and the main EU institutions on the sidelines of a European Union summit to press for Athens to be allowed to raise short-term funds to keep itself afloat.
- Mar 11, 2015 08:47 AM IST
The fallout from diverging central bank policies sparked a dollar rally and stock market selloff Tuesday, as traders reacted to the European Central Bank's bond-buying program and the fact the Fed could signal it is getting even closer to a rate hike when it meets next week.
- Feb 24, 2015 04:42 PM IST
Greece sent a list of economic reform plans to European institutions and the International Monetary Fund around midnight that was "a valid starting point" for talks over its bailout, a source close to the European Commission said on Tuesday.
- Feb 23, 2015 06:28 PM IST
After a climbdown in Brussels to win the conditional four-month agreement, the government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras declared the reform list would at least be decided by Greeks, in contrast to the austerity policies dictated by foreign creditors since they bailed out Athens in 2010.
- Nov 18, 2014 07:40 PM IST
If all the money it promises is raised and spent, it could provide the 28-nation EU with roughly an additional 0.7 percent of GDP in investment per year over three years.
- Sep 09, 2014 11:52 AM IST
According to the company, its project in Hungary involves investments of 442.2 million euros and is expected to create over 975 now jobs. It is to be carried out in Gyongyoshalasz, in Northern Hungary, the commission said in a statement.
- Feb 04, 2014 10:38 AM IST
The report published on Monday places the EU, often portrayed as one of the globe's cleanest regions, in an unflattering light.
- Jan 06, 2014 12:46 PM IST
The political will to keep the show on the road has held firm, the European Central Bank's pledge to underpin the euro continues to stave off bond market pressure and there is the prospect of economies growing at least a little.
- Dec 05, 2013 09:00 AM IST
For the banks and their investors, such penalties have become almost run of the mill. Deutsche Bank, for example, the hardest hit with a combined â‚¬ 724 million fine, suffered a share price fall of only 0.7 percent in Wednesday morning trading.
- Oct 29, 2013 08:53 AM IST
The company tweaked its offer this month to allow rivals to display their logos and make their web links more prominent to users. In areas where all search results can be paid advertisements, such as shopping searches, Google will cut the minimum bids it will accept from advertisers seeking to buy slots on result pages, to 3 cents from 10 cents.
- Jul 30, 2013 11:58 AM IST
European Union will approve merger between AMR Corp's American Airlines and US Airways to become the rowld's largest carrier after agreeing to cede slots on a transatlantic route.
- May 27, 2013 03:46 PM IST
The European Commission last week sent a questionnaire to oil traders seeking information related to its probe into the potential manipulation of energy price benchmarks.
- May 27, 2013 09:29 AM IST
According to a questionnaire sent last week to several European mobile network operators, the Commission is focusing on distribution terms that might favour Apple by ensuring no rival can secure a better sales deal, said the newspaper.
- May 26, 2013 03:32 PM IST
China said it would hold talks with the European Commission on Monday to discuss a trade row over solar panels and wireless equipment, laying the ground for formal negotiations amid concerns of an escalating dispute.
- May 18, 2013 12:50 PM IST
Tata Steel , the second largest steel producer in Europe, supports proposals to use EU funds to soften the blow of steel plant closures, chief executive Karl-Ulrich KÃ¶hler said.
- Apr 28, 2013 01:26 PM IST
As European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso put the austerity question back on the agenda by suggesting it had reached its natural limit of popular support, data showed that in Europe, only Greece has a higher underlying budget deficit.
- Mar 26, 2013 09:17 AM IST
The European Commission wants to speed up the visa process for foreign students and allow them to work in the 27-nation bloc despite record unemployment and a stagnating economy, arguing Europe has many skilled jobs that go unfilled.
- Mar 15, 2013 05:01 PM IST
European leaders meeting in Brussels on Thursday hinted that some countries could be given more time to meet their deficit goals as they address high unemployment and seek to ease the pain of tough austerity measures.