European Financial News
Why the 'inclusive micro-franchise' could be significant for start-up businesses Hundreds of jobs have been created by the new multi-award winning financial model, designed to help entrepeneurs get their businesses off the ground.
Why are Denmark's apprenticeships so effective? WIth unemployment among young people a continuous problem across Europe, apprenticeships are becoming an increasingly important source of work and Denmark is leading the way.
Top 10 work skills you will need by 2020 Despite the fears that automation will require workers to have technical and digital skills, the World Economic Forum’s ‘Future Jobs Survey’ found that employers actually think they will need more human skills by 2020. Skills, robots and computers cannot replicate like critical thinking.
British pound hits post-Brexit referendum high The pound sterling has reached its highest level compared to the dollar since the June 2016 vote
The EU's nuclear power dilemma With Belgium set to turn its back on nuclear power in 2025, what future does the industry have in Europe?
New EU digital law will 'protect personal data' Next month's introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation comes as Facebook faces big security questions
Uber suffers another legal blow EU's top court rules France can bring criminal action over an illegal taxi service
Is Volkswagen CEO Mathias Mueller on the way out? German car manufacturer might replace CEO with former BMW executive Herbert Diess
Thousands stranded as striking workers ground flights in France and Germany Hundreds of flights have been cancelled in France and Germany. Air France workers plan four more walkouts this month
The Facebook data leak: What happened and what’s next How Cambridge Analytica accessed the user profiles of 87 million people and what they did with your data, explained.