Federation of German Industries says it is reluctantly coming to the conclusion that a hard Brexit was appearing inevitable.
Ratings agency S&P places region on negative credit watch as Catalan banks contemplate incorporating elsewhere in Spain.
Drastic drop in demand for diesel cars and economic uncertainty responsible for first September decline in six years.
Senior Bank official says the impact of the City's first phase of Brexit contingency planning would be "relatively modest" on jobs.
Most Americans believe their jobs are safe from the spread of automation and robotics, at least during their lifetimes, and only a handful say automation has cost them a job or loss of income.
The soft drinks giant's Robinson's squash brand is made at the site facing closure, as company opts to move production elsewhere.
The UK desperately wants talks to move on to future trade and security arrangements but EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says more needs to be done on the withdrawal issues first.
Number of UK financial professionals looking for work in Ireland up 39% compared to pre-Brexit levels.
S&P Global Ratings opines the current recovery in Europe won't be a false dawn and can be sustained.
A home at the prestigious west London address has an average value of £35.7m.
UK chancellor acknowledges businesses need more clarity on the road ahead.
World Economic Forum's latest report opines that renewed focus is needed to raise global competitiveness.
Reading underlines challenge facing the central bank as inflation remains below it's goal of just under 2%
One in 10 workers think a "roboboss" would be more efficient than a human.
Prices in the capital fall 0.6% compared to a year earlier in the third quarter.