European Union

Europe will encourage growth in the midst of severity

Europe will encourage growth in the midst of severity

Economic growth can be said to be an elixir for struggling economies, but in Europe it will come very slowly to the nations that need it most.

Finance conference over Irish Republic rescue proposal

George Osborne

European finance ministers are to assemble in Brussels to have discussion regarding the particulars of a bail-out amount of more than 85bn Euros ($113bn; £72bn) in concern to the Irish Republic.

EU applies brakes to Oracle's $7.4bn Sun deal

EU applies brakes to Oracle's $7.4bn Sun deal

European Union regulators have applied brakes to Oracle's $7.4bnillion acquisition of Sun Microsystems.

European Union regulators fear that the proposed merger could become lethal for the growth of a free corporate database program as Oracle would gain too much power in the market for database software.

Obama to address Europe, meet EU leaders

Obama to address Europe, meet EU leaders

Prague  - In what is to be a highlight of his five-nation European tour, US President Barack Obama is to deliver on Sunday in Prague a keynote speech on Europe and nuclear non-proliferation at an open-air meeting in the centre of the Czech capital.

Eli Lilly & Daiichi’s Efient Gets Clearance in Europe for Heart

Eli Lilly & Co and Japan's Daiichi Sankyo Co won European approval for their blood-thinning drug Efient, also known as prasugrel to treat heart patients with acute coronary syndrome who get artery-clearing angioplasty procedures.

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