Euro Zone coverage from Reuters.
France's ambassador has walked out of talks with fellow EU envoys over a lack of French translation, in a new demonstration of Paris pushing to curb the dominance of English in post-Brexit Brussels.
The European Union's new rules against countries dumping cheap goods on its market got a rough ride at a World Trade Organization meeting, where China, Russia and Saudi Arabia led a chorus of disapproval, a trade official said on Thursday.
Facebook will introduce new measures to improve transparency around adverts in Britain by June this year and require political ads to be clearly labeled, the firm's Chief Technology Officer told a parliamentary committee.
Facebook did not intend its behavior toward the media to be interpreted as trying to stop the truth about a data scandal from coming out, the company's chief technology officer said on Thursday.
Political adverts are not an important revenue stream for Facebook so decisions on the issue are not about money, the company's chief technology officer said on Thursday.
Greece can exit its third financial bailout program without requesting a precautionary credit line, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday.
Turkey must release two Greek soldiers detained on Turkish territory in March, EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker said on Thursday during a visit to Athens.
British lawmakers will step up pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May over her Brexit strategy on Thursday, criticizing her refusal to pursue a customs union with the European Union.
Tech giants such as Facebook and Google must step up their efforts to tackle the spread of fake news online over the next few months or potentially face further regulation from the European Union, as concerns mount over election interference.
Tech giants including Google, Apple and Amazon will for the first time face rules governing their commercial relations with smaller businesses under a law proposed by the European Union on Thursday.
Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi may register his name as a trademark for sports equipment and clothing, the EU's second highest court said, as he was famous enough to overcome phonetic similarities with Spanish bicycle clothing brand Massi.
A key market gauge of long-term inflation expectations in the euro zone rose to its highest level in 8 weeks on Thursday, ahead of a European Central Bank meeting.
The European Union has started monitoring imports of aluminum to determine whether U.S. tariffs have led to a surge in shipments of the metal into Europe, the EU official journal said on Thursday.
Euronext said on Wednesday it had launched reports on investors' trading positions in commodity derivatives to comply with new European Union regulations.
Germany on Wednesday lowered expectations that Greece and its euro zone creditors could soon reach an agreement on debt relief after Athens far exceeded lenders' budgetary demands in 2017.
The European Union aims to further strengthen economic and other ties with Serbia and other nations in the Western Balkans as they edge toward eventual membership, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Wednesday.
British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Wednesday that London and Brussels remained at an early stage of discussions about how financial services will operate across the English Channel after Brexit.
Most of Allied Irish Banks' (AIB) <AIBG.I> institutional shareholders backed a proposal to introduce a deferred share plan for senior executives that the government used its majority shareholding to block last week.
Prime Minister Theresa May was dealt a new defeat by Britain's upper house of parliament on Wednesday over her Brexit plans, this time in a challenge to the government's push to adopt wide-ranging powers to amend laws.
The European Commission proposed new rules to clamp down on firms that relocate within the bloc for the purpose of cutting their tax bills or reducing rights of employees, creditors and minority shareholders, setting up mere letter box companies.