Holcim and Lafarge Deal Re-Emerges

After extensive talks, the merger deal between Holcim and Lafarge is back on for 41 billion euros

Waste Not Want Not: Improve Forecasting For Better Business

Andrew Fowkes, Head of Retail Centre of Excellence, SAS UK & Ireland, explains how predictive analytics can reduce food waste in the UK & Ireland

MWC: The Must-See Gadgets of 2015

Europe Outlook's highlights from this year's Mobile World Congress

Are Telecoms Shooting Down Skype And Viber With New LTE Technology? (Part Two)

The new voice over LTE technology promises a host of technological advances that will help telecoms deliver new and better services to their customers. It also looks like the perfect weapon to deal with the ever-rising threat of the likes of Skype and Viber

Are Telecoms Shooting Down Skype And Viber With New LTE Technology? (Part One)

The new voice over LTE technology promises a host of technological advances that will help telecoms deliver new and better services to their customers. It also looks like the perfect weapon to deal with the ever-rising threat of the likes of Skype and Viber

Managing Risk Beyond The Walls Of Your Own Company

Philip Johnson, Vice President of FM Global in Northern Europe, explains why science and research has become so important in helping businesses mitigate risks from overseas relocation, outsourcing and operations

More Customers, More Staff, Less Costs: Top Three Priorities for UK Business

Santander Corporate & Commercial reveals that increasing customer base size, employing more people and cutting costs are the three most important business goals for UK SMEs in 2015

UK Businesses Urged to “Switch to Save” or Lose Out on Energy Bills

Changing energy suppliers seen as a hassle as many businesses miss out on benefits reaped by switching-savvy enterprises

Brother Launches Two Smart and Simple Mobile Printing Solutions

Brother has teamed-up with PrinterOn™, the world’s leading provider of secure mobile printing, to develop two exciting mobile print offerings – launching in six European markets

Eiffel Tower Becomes Entirely Self-Sufficient

As part of a 30 million euro upgrade, the Eiffel Tower has undergone a transformation to become entirely self-sustaining in terms of energy usage

Solar Eclipse will Test Europe’s Power Supplies

The upcoming solar eclipse on March 20 could temporarily disrupt Europe’s electricity supply due to increasing use of solar power generation

Brother’s Return & Recycle Campaign Protects 1.3 Million Trees

For every four toners or eight ink cartridges returned, Brother has pledged to protect a tree in the endangered Peruvian Amazon, so far they have protected 1.3 million trees

Nestlé Forecast 2015 to Remain Steady

Nestlé remains on track to achieve its long term goals, with 2015 predicted to remain steady and match the downsized growth expectations in the industry

Tesco Names John Allan as New Chairman

The former CEO of Exel, John Allan has become the new Chairman of Tesco, Britain’s biggest retailer

From the 90s to Now: Why Adaptation is Key for Professional Services Organisations

Stefan Grahn of Deltek Nordic takes a look back to the 90s while casting eye to the future also as he urges businesses to be proactive in their continuous improvement

Anglo American Allays Market Concerns despite Writedown

Peak net guidance for 2015 is higher than forecasted as commodity prices tumble, but the world’s major miners are keeping their heads above water

EE to Provide 4G Coverage for 90% of the UK by 2017

EE’s aim by 2017 is the provide 90 percent 4G coverage across the UK

POWER-GEN Europe Reveals First Keynote Speaker

The POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe conference will take place this June in Amsterdam

Siemens to cut 3,300 Jobs in Germany

German engineering giant Siemens plans to cut 7,800 jobs worldwide as part of an ongoing restructuring plan aimed at saving US$1.15 billion