Where Next for Euro Government Bonds?
The ECB published its first-ever minutes of a policy meeting, revealing plans to expand its Quantitative Easing (QE) programme.
Balfour Beatty Completes Acquisition of £352 Million Offshore Transmission Project in Wales
Balfour Beatty announces that it has reached financial close and completed the acquisition of the £352 million Gwynt y Môr
Where Have All the Good Guys Gone?
A new service called Cloudtract introduces a free and simple online contract management platform for small and medium sized companies.
Dutch-Based Start-up Cloudtract Launches Free Online Contract Management Platform for SMEs
A new service called Cloudtract introduces a free and simple online contract management platform for small and medium sized companies.
Bank Cyber-Attacks Highlight the Need to Simulate 'War Games'
KPMG’s comment on news showing $1bn (£648m) has been stolen in cyber-attacks since 2013.
European Commission Give Green Light for SME Financing before the Summer
SMEs across Europe should be able to benefit from the first funds from the new European Fund for Strategic Investments
Paying the Price: Late Payments Forcing UK Businesses to Make Tough Decisions
Although late payments are something almost every business comes across, in the UK there is currently a culture of unpaid
Nordic Region Rivals US and Europe for Process Excellence Adoption
Nokia Labs Head of Operations Jarkko Pellikka, Ph.D says the Nordic region boasts some of the finest examples of process
Eurozone's GDP Boost Should Ease Negotiations
GDP in the Eurozone grew by 0.3% quarter-on-quarter during Q4 2014, faster than expected.
Lower Profits at Brazil's Foreign Banks Limit Expansion
Reduced profits from capital market-related activities to hold back plans for expansion in the country.
European Stocks Touch Seven-Year Highs as Economic Growth Picks Up
European stock markets hit seven-year highs in early trading as improved GDP figures boosted sentiment.