SPAR Group planned to acquire an 80 percent stake in the BWG Group in Europe, a move that would position it for future expansion, the grocery retailer and wholesale distribution group said yesterday.
Apollo Tyres plans to invest Euros 500 million to construct a green field facility in Eastern Europe as part of its overseas expansion plans.
New models and strong sales in China have helped BMW to beat second-quarter profit forecasts and keep it on track to remain the world's biggest luxury car maker under the challenge of its German rivals.
One of Germany's top universities wants to ditch German and switch almost all of its master's programmes to English in the next six years, prompting fears that the academic standing of the German language is under serious threat.
Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) posted a healthy jump in quarterly earnings on Thursday, as its newly-installed CEO works to cut costs and streamline projects.
The hotel offers 200 rooms and suites and has direct connection to the newly build Terminal 1 at Pulkovo Airport which provides convenience for early arrivals, late departures and travellers in transit.
Britain's biggest retailer, Tesco, have announced that Chief Executive Philip Clarke will step down in the later part of 2014.
It has been reported that UK inflation rose much faster than expected in June, with consumer prices expanding by 1.
GTECH, Italy's lottery operator, said it will buy Las Vegas-based slot machine maker International Game Technology (IGT) for $4.
Google will be launching a $100 million (£58 million) venture capital fund to invest in promising European technology companies.
Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE: WHR) and Fineldo S.
The UK's carbon capture and storage (CCS) industry is celebrating today after the European Commission confirmed it is to award up to €300m to the proposed White Rose CCS project in Yorkshire.
Germany has introduced a national minimum wage, which has been long resisted by conservatives who say it will make industries uncompetitive, but which is hoped will help the poor and stimulate demand.
European companies are set to see almost 18 percent growth in their second-quarter earnings, compared to the same period last year, new data has shown, CNBC news reports.
Helvetia Holding AG (HELN) agreed to buy a majority stake in Nationale Suisse (NATN) in a transaction valuing the company at about 1.
Unemployment in the eurozone continued to fall in May, but at a slower pace, raising fears that a fragile economic recovery in the single currency bloc could be stalling.