Reports: Deutsche Bank could cut 10,000 jobs - Online boom in illegal wildlife trade - European cities embrace electric buses
The US media giants have been locked in a months-long takeover saga to control Sky, Europe's leading pay-TV operator. It needed a rare three-round auction held by British regulators to finally settle the battle.
Business confidence in German boardrooms has decreased marginally, the latest monthly index by the ifo research institute reveals. Despite the ongoing US-China trade spat, executives expect the drop to be short-lived.
Pentecostal churches are wildly popular in Nigeria — and increasingly rich, as they run thriving businesses empires on the side. Critics say they exploit people's faith.
EU officials have expressed optimism that the new framework will allow firms to keep doing business with Iran. Businesses have already pulled out and the Iranian rial has plummeted as the threat of US sanctions looms.
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