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UK: LSE denies plans to move to Frankfurt post-Brexit

Bosses at the London Stock Exchange have denied its merger with Frankfurt-based rival Deutsche Boerse poses a threat to huge volumes of business and...

EU: Serbia should rework gas deal with Gazprom says energy watchdog

Serbia should renegotiate its long-term gas supply deal with Russia's Gazprom to align it with European gas market rules, a body in charge of...

EU: Privacy proposal could dent Facebook, Gmail ad revenue

Online messaging services such as WhatsApp, iMessage and Gmail will face tougher rules on how they can track users under a proposal presented by...

Germany/US: Bayer, Monsanto CEOs meet with Trump on merger

The chief executive officers of German chemical giant Bayer and US seed behemoth Monsanto, Werner Baumann and Hugh Grant, are in New York pressing...

EU: EC to pay for lengthy cartel appeal case

A European Union court on Tuesday awarded two companies damages against the bloc for the excessive delay in the industrial bag makers' appeal of...

EU: Dow-DuPont merger review ‘Still Very Open,’ Vestager says

Dow Chemical and DuPont face a “still very open” outcome from a European Union antitrust review of their $60 billion merger, EU Competition Commissioner...

Private Damages and Collective Redress in the EU — where do...

By Pontus Lindfelt & Sophie Sahlin The EU Member States now have a bit less than a year left to implement the Damages Directive. In...

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