Euler Hermes, the global leader in trade credit insurance, and Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, announced an agreement to cover the trade receivables for Huawei's consumer device business in Europe.
The company behind the Lidl supermarket chain is set to become western Europe's biggest grocery retailer by 2018 as discounters become mainstream across the continent.
Europe has produced 30 technology companies worth more than $1 billion (£590m) since the millennium, according to research that explodes the myth that the region's internet entrepreneurs lack vision and sell up too early; The Guardian reports.
The world's biggest medical devices maker (in terms of sales), Medtronic, will buy Ireland-based rival Covidien in a US $42.
A high price relative to coal and increasing use of renewable energy make future demand for natural gas especially uncertain in Europe, according to an analyst at the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies, London.
Adaptimmune, which develops cell therapies to help the body fight cancer, said that the deal could net $350m (£209m) over seven years, excluding royalties.
Google has launched a service which entitles Europeans to request personal data to be removed from online search results.
Monarch, Juan Carlos, who instituted democracy has abdicated due to personal reasons.
The new driverless GoogleCar has been designed with no steering wheel and no brakes, while the Skype Translator makes international connections more accessible.
The hard cider market nearly doubled last year because Boston Beer (NYSE: SAM) so completely dominates the industry with its Angry Orchard brand that it largely alone moves the needle.
Shares in C&C jumped the most in more than five years yesterday as the drinks company boosted its dividend and said the Irish market was now "on the right trajectory".
On Monday, London was named as the best city for "economic clout" by a new industry survey.
Unilever (UNA) has said goodbye to its Ragu and Bertolli pasta sauce business, agreeing to unload it to Japanese food manufacturer Mizkan Group for about $2.
UK's Dixons Retail has agreed to divest its loss-making Electroworld business in central Europe to local rival NAY, ahead of its £3.
C&C Group set to launch range of Irish craft beers to be produced in Clonmel.
Drinks group C&C has reported its fifth consecutive year of earnings growth, and is targeting a mid-single digit operating profit increase in its current financial year.