Europe

Italy Arrests Russian Businessman Accused of Helping Son of Putin Ally Escape From House Arrest

Italian authorities have arrested a Russian businessman accused of assisting the son of a Putin ally in escaping house arrest in Italy.


Germany Urges China to Make 'Serious' Move on Issue of EV Tariffs

Germany is urging China to take decisive steps regarding tariffs on imported electric vehicles (EVs)...

Starbucks, Coca-Cola Seek Trademark Renewal in Russia

Coca-Cola and Starbucks have sought to re-register their trademarks in Russia to protect their intellectual property rights...

Meta Halts EU AI Model Rollout Amid Privacy Concerns, Regulatory Pressure

Meta Platforms has postponed the European launch of its AI models after the Irish privacy regulator advised against using data from Facebook and Instagram users...


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Western Companies Are Finding It Hard to Leave Russia Amid Increasing Kremlin-Imposed Exit Costs
Despite initial pledges to exit Russia following the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, many Western companies, including Avon Products, Air Liquide, and Reckitt, remain in the country.
US, Europe Move Closer to Vaccinating Poultry and Dairy Workers Against Bird Flu
The US and Europe are considering acquiring or producing H5N1 bird flu vaccines to protect poultry and dairy workers.
Alibaba Introduces David Beckham as AliExpress's New Global E-Commerce Brand Ambassador
David Beckham is the global brand ambassador for AliExpress as the e-commerce platform tries to expand internationally.
French Finance Minister, Other G7 Finance Chiefs Warn of Oversaturation of Chinese Goods in Global Market
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told Bloomberg that the G7 has an issue with China’s economic model, where the country produces more and more cheaper industrial devices, which he claimed could
West Bromwich Albion Employee Suspended, Under Investigation Over Racism Allegations
Allegations of racism prompted the West Bromwich Albion Football Club to suspend one employee and initiate an inquiry
Citigroup Fined $79 Million After UK Trader Makes $444 Billion 'Fat Finger' Error
Citigroup Inc. was fined £61.7 million ($79 million) by British regulators for failing to prevent a "fat finger" mistake worth $444 billion.
Ryanair Reports 34% Increase in Net Profit
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair said that their net profit rose to $2.09 billion or 34%, making it its best-ever financial performance.
Tesla Offers Unofficial Discounts to European Leasing Companies Amid Price Cut Fallout
Tesla is making efforts to address concerns raised by European leasing companies due to multiple retail price cuts and delays in service.
UK to Put Up Office in San Francisco to Address AI Risks
The UK is intensifying its efforts to assess and address AI risks by opening a new office in San Francisco.
Slovak Media Fears Government Crackdown After PM Assassination Attempt
Slovak journalists are concerned that the assassination attempt on Prime Minister Robert Fico would result in a renewed push for a proposal replacing the country’s public broadcaster RTVS.
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