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We now have conclusive proof that Europe is in an economic slump, and that two of its biggest economies are careering towards recession
Industrial production throughout the whole of the eurozone dropped sharply, pointing to only a glacial pace of growth at the end of 2018.
500 European tech startups say they will never be able to compete for talent with Google or Facebook thanks to the muddle around employee stock option...
Europe has yet to produce its own Google or Facebook, and investors and CEOs believe fierce competition for talent is one reason why.
Europe lost an economy the size of Spain because of it — that's 19 million jobs.
6 reasons to visit San Marino, Europe’s fastest-growing tourist destination you’ve probably never heard of
The Republic of San Marino is the fifth smallest country in the world, yet its tourism industry is growing at a faster rate than the rest of Europe's.
This month, Ohio National Guard soldiers in Europe practiced shooting down enemy aircraft — a skill that's gaining new value amid tension with Russia.
A US president criticizing NATO members isn't new, but the way Trump has done it has damaged the transatlantic alliance.
While China and the US spar over trade, Europe quietly heads for its worst year since the financial crisis
European stocks have dropped three times more than the S&P 500, and are headed for their worst year since the financial crisis.
A large majority of Americans support current or increased levels of immigration, while most of Europe wants fewer migrants
A new poll found Americans more open to increased immigration than most Europeans. Worldwide, far more people would like to see immigration decrease.
Mastercard has released its annual Global Destination Cities Index, which measures the rise and fall of travel to and within 162 cities around the world.
One of Amazon’s most powerful tools is putting a target on its back, and it could turn into a problem for the company
Amazon acts as both a retailer and a marketplace. Some regulators are saying that might be unfair.