HELSINKI Finland's leftist Social Democrats and the nationalist Finns Party emerged nearly tied to win Sunday's general election, reflecting a mounting sense of insecurity in the Nordic nation over immigration, welfare and climate change. | Video
TALLINN Unacceptable clients remain in the Estonian banking system despite tougher regulation, the country's financial watchdog said on Wednesday, adding that some lenders will be placed under detailed monitoring.
TALLINN Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas unveiled a three-way coalition agreement with the conservative Fatherland party and the far-right EKRE group, which could see him hold power despite his Centre party having come second in an inconclusive election.
TALLINN The leader of Estonia's largest political party received a formal request from the president on Friday to form a government, but quickly she downplayed her prospects of becoming prime minister.
HELSINKI Nokia sought to play down the risks of an investigation into compliance issues at its Alcatel-Lucent business after its shares fell sharply on Friday.
HELSINKI Norway's capital Oslo will become the first city in the world to install wireless charging systems for electric taxis, hoping to make recharging quick and efficient enough to speed the takeup of non-polluting cabs.
HELSINKI Helsinki-headquartered Invesdor has agreed to buy Austrian peer Finnest in an all-share deal, hoping the acquisition will spark further consolidation in the fragmented European crowdfunding market.
TALLINN Estonia Prime Minister Juri Ratas invited EKRE to coalition talks on Monday, reversing a promise to block the anti-immigrant party from the cabinet as he seeks to replace the coalition's smallest partner, the Social Democrats.
TALLINN Estonia's Reform party, the biggest in parliament after the March 3 election, will hold talks with the conservative Fatherland Party and the Social Democrats on a new cabinet, its leader said on Friday.
HELSINKI A train tunnel linking Helsinki with Estonia's capital Tallinn has got a provisional 15 billion euros ($17 billion) in financing from China's Touchstone Capital Partners, the latest infrastructure investment in Beijing's Belt and Road plan.