Trouble at Toshiba - German GDP: Euro zone's biggest economy grew 0.4% at end of last year - Losses at Rolls Royce: British airplane engine maker comes up over five billion euros short for 2016
German economic growth in the third quarter has beaten analysts' expectations as stronger investment propelled GDP expansion in Europe's powerhouse. Some pundits see a risk of the economy overheating.
One of Europol's most wanted has been arrested in London. The founder of Agrokor, which makes up 15 percent of Croatia’s GDP, is accused of running the strategically important firm into the ground.
The long-running saga over the sale of Toshiba's chip division has taken another twist, with the Japanese leaning toward Bain Capital as the winner of a tender and Western Digital saying it would contest the decision.
Japanese conglomerate Toshiba has received a signoff from auditors on its earnings in the last fiscal year. It was good news for a company confronted with delisting fears and legal battles with Western Digital.
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