Google Creates 'Right to be Forgotten' Form After EU Ruling

Google has launched a service which entitles Europeans to request personal data to be removed from online search results.

Spain's King to Abdicate

Monarch, Juan Carlos, who instituted democracy has abdicated due to personal reasons.

Skype Translator and GoogleCar Break the Mould

The new driverless GoogleCar has been designed with no steering wheel and no brakes, while the Skype Translator makes international connections more accessible.

Nestle Makes $1.4B Valeant Deal

Nestle advances its new skincare business with a $1.

Motley Fool | Brewers Face Hard Choices in Hard Cider

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.

C&C Shares Jump as Firm Eyes up Craft Beer Market

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".

London Named Best Overall City, Says New Report

On Monday, London was named as the best city for "economic clout" by a new industry survey.

Unilever to Sell Sauce Brands to Mizkan for $2.15 Billion

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.

Dixons Retail to Divest Electroworld Business in Central Europe

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 to Consider Share Buyback this Year

C&C Group set to launch range of Irish craft beers to be produced in Clonmel.

C&C Profits From 30% Revenue Rise

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.

EU Regulators to Decide on Carphone-Dixons Deal by June 25th

European Union antitrust regulators will decide whether to clear the £3.

Siemens to make Alstom Bid

Germany's Siemens is currently working on a formal asset-swap offer for Alstom's power business that could come to light later this week, seeing France take a stake in a resulting rail-focussed French group, sources told Reuters this week.

UK's Coal, Oil and Gas will be gone in Five Years

In just over five years, researchers warn that Britain will have run out of oil, coal and gas.

Dixons and Carphone Warehouse Agree $6.4 Billion Merger

UK company Carphone Warehouse and Dixons Retail have agreed a £3.

Woman to Command UN Peacekeeping Force for the first time

For the first time, a woman will command a UN peacekeeping force, after Norway's Major General Kristin Lund was appointed to lead troops in Cyprus.

Coca-Cola to Close Two Russian Juice Plants as Market Shrinks

Coca-Cola is closing two of its four fruit juice plants is Russia in response to falling demand in the country, putting at risk hundreds of jobs in a business which the US company had bought for $276 million only four years ago.

Light-Sensitive Buildings to Reduce Air Pollution

Improving air quality is a major challenge facing all European countries, both in order to combat climate change as well as to minimise the direct effects of breathing polluted air on human health.

UK has the Second Best Education in Europe

The UK is in second place among European countries for its education services, and sixth overall in the global education league table.