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European bank stocks have plummeted and, with banks sitting on increasing piles of bad loans, many fear problems will continue to worsen

European banks stocks continue to decline

European bank stocks have plummeted and, with banks sitting on increasing piles of bad loans, many fear problems will continue to worsen

Finance The European Commission has announced a series of new measures, designed to cut aggressive tax planning policies from multinational corporations. However, experts feel more needs to be done

European Commission announces new plans to curb corporate tax avoidance

The European Commission has announced a series of new measures, designed to cut aggressive tax planning policies from multinational corporations. However, experts feel more needs to be done

By: Aaran Fronda
Finance The collapse of Dick Smith has reinvigorated the legal and moral debate over the rights of gift card holders when a company enters administration. Most of the time, public perception is the most important factor

New case highlights the confused state of gift card regulation

The collapse of Dick Smith has reinvigorated the legal and moral debate over the rights of gift card holders when a company enters administration. Most of the time, public perception is the most important factor

By: Callum Glennen
Business & Management In the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal, the European Commission has proposed tighter rules so that car manufacturers adhere to production requirements and commit to building safer, greener cars

Volkswagen emissions scandal prompts new EU regulations

In the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal, the European Commission has proposed tighter rules so that car manufacturers adhere to production requirements and commit to building safer, greener cars

By: Aaran Fronda
Business & Management Leslie Berland, formerly a senior VP at American Express, has been announced as Twitter's new CMO. Her experience with social media marketing is expected to prove crucial

Twitter announces former American Express VP as new CMO

Leslie Berland, formerly a senior VP at American Express, has been announced as Twitter’s new CMO. Her experience with social media marketing is expected to prove crucial

By: Elizabeth Matsangou
Business & Management A recent European Court of Human Rights ruling has determined that bosses can read employees' private messages. However, permission does equal ability, and any employer trying this may be sorely disappointed

Your boss is now allowed to read your private messages, but will they?

A recent European Court of Human Rights ruling has determined that bosses can read employees’ private messages. However, permission does equal ability, and any employer trying this may be sorely disappointed

By: Callum Glennen
Business & Management ECB President Mario Draghi gives his predictions for the coming year, revealing a cautious optimism tinged with a few warnings

Draghi predicts the future for Europe

ECB President Mario Draghi gives his predictions for the coming year, revealing a cautious optimism tinged with a few warnings

By: Elizabeth Matsangou
Business & Management UK officials are considering imposing a tax on sugary foods and drinks, in order to reduce obesity levels. However, industry bodies have warned that this may cause severe job losses

UK sugar tax proposed to reduce rapidly rising levels of obesity

UK officials are considering imposing a tax on sugary foods and drinks, in order to reduce obesity levels. However, industry bodies have warned that this may cause severe job losses

By: Matt Timms
Business & Management Gazprom, the Russian gas giant, is forcing Ukrainian state gas firm Naftogaz to pay a $2.5bn fine, even though the latter is aiming to cut its reliance on Russian gas

Gazprom enforces contract clause to hit Ukraine with $2.5bn gas bill

Gazprom, the Russian gas giant, is forcing Ukrainian state gas firm Naftogaz to pay a $2.5bn fine, even though the latter is aiming to cut its reliance on Russian gas

By: Aaran Fronda
Business & Management Unilever CEO Paul Polman has warned of tougher times ahead, despite his firm seeing increased sales in the last year

Unilever sees increased sales, but CEO Paul Polman remains pessimistic

Unilever CEO Paul Polman has warned of tougher times ahead, despite his firm seeing increased sales in the last year

By: Elizabeth Matsangou
Business & Management French President François Hollande is hoping that his new €2bn plan will reduce France's high rate of unemployment and, in particular, youth unemployment

Hollande announces scheme to cut French unemployment

French President François Hollande is hoping that his new €2bn plan will reduce France’s high rate of unemployment and, in particular, youth unemployment

By: Elizabeth Matsangou
Business & Management Charities are mastering the art of connecting with the public on an emotional level. Businesses can learn from this to become more active and engaging

Improve customer engagement by behaving more like a charity

Charities are mastering the art of connecting with the public on an emotional level. Businesses can learn from this to become more active and engaging

By: Callum Glennen
Business & Management In the fast-moving, high-skilled world of technology, poaching has become the unofficial norm when identifying new talent. However, the ethical debate still rages, and depends a lot on specifics

Can poaching be ethical? WMware welcomes Good’s employees

In the fast-moving, high-skilled world of technology, poaching has become the unofficial norm when identifying new talent. However, the ethical debate still rages, and depends a lot on specifics

By: Shardell Joseph
Business & Management Managing the dark and useless data lurking within the vast archives of European businesses should be a the top of every CEO’s resolutions for 2016

Steer clear of the databerg: why data hoarding could be a compliance risk and a financial disaster

Managing the dark and useless data lurking within the vast archives of European businesses should be a the top of every CEO’s resolutions for 2016

By: Ian Wood, Global Solutions Senior Director, Veritas
Business & Management The new accounting framework for businesses in the UK is finally applicable, but do you know enough about it to make sure your finance department is doing the job it should be?

Do you actually understand your business’ accounts?

The new accounting framework for businesses in the UK is finally applicable, but do you know enough about it to make sure your finance department is doing the job it should be?

By: Jake Green, Director of Financial Reporting at Grant Thornton UK
Business & Management The surprise surge of a young, left-wing party in Spain's general election has rattled the country's stocks and bonds

Spanish election results hit markets

The surprise surge of a young, left-wing party in Spain’s general election has rattled the country’s stocks and bonds

Awards Supplement 2015
Awards2015

The European CEO awards 2015 have now been announced, presenting our pick of the CEOs, companies and campaigns leading their sectors. View the winners here or browse the supplement in your browser or on your iPad or Android device.

Investment Destinations

As the eurozone stagnates, an increasing number of firms are looking to expand out of the continent. The US boasts a buoyant economy, offering significant incentives to attract investment. Skilled workers, excellent transport and generous tax breaks are all on offer. European CEO looks at some of the best US locations for European businesses looking to relocate.

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