Google is set to restrict search terms to a link to a Wikipedia article, in the first request under Europe's controversial new "right to be forgotten" legislation to affect the 110m-page encyclopaedia.
Eurozone inflation fell to its lowest level in almost five years in July, bringing the threat of a dangerous deflationary spiral closer.
Google’s next tangle with European regulators is likely to focus on the deals it strikes with smartphone and tablet manufacturers using its Android software.
Is it only 20 years ago that Tony Blair, that fresh-faced boy and his wife, Cherie, stood before the cameras as the new face of the Labour party?
The European commission (EC) has praised Google but criticised Apple over the steps both companies are taking to ensure children don't spend money on in-app purchases (IAP) without their parents' permission.
Ken Clarke has issued a strong warning that his retirement from the cabinet and the departure of the attorney general Dominic Grieve must not presage the Conservatives backing the UK's departure from the European convention on human rights.
MPs' pay should be increased to as much as £100,000 a year if Britain leaves the European Union, Nigel Farage has said.
The European Union's banking watchdog on Friday cautioned financial institutions against trading or holding virtual currencies until the 28-nation bloc comes up with new rules for the sector.
Political uncertainty around next year's election and the prospect of a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU have become the biggest risks to business, according to a survey of executives at big companies.
David Cameron may consider Angela Merkel his key ally in the battle to claw back powers from the EU, but a new study shows that the two countries mostly find themselves at cross purposes in the backrooms of Brussels.
Bonus curb workarounds being developed by banks from HSBC to Lloyds Banking Group will be scrutinized by European Union regulators for possible breaches of the bloc’s rules.
Dear Ed Miliband,