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The Netflix logo pictured on a television screen  in California. The company said on Monday that it now has 117.6 million customers worldwide. Photograph: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Netflix, the world’s largest online TV network signed up 8.33 million customers in the fourth quarter, surpassing analysts’ estimates of 6.34 million,(...)

Portuguese finance minister Mario Centeno called for candidates to replace European Central Bank vice-president Vitor Constancio, whose term expires in May. Photograph: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg

Greece has neared a key milestone in its financial-crisis history, as its creditors started discussing better repayment terms for its bailout loans an(...)

Apple’s  campus in Cupertino, California. The tech company  built up an offshore cash pile of over $250 billion from profits earned offshore over many years, the bulk of them booked through Irish subsidiaries. Photograph: Jim Wilson/New York Times

Apple is unlikely to get a write-down of its US tax bill to fully reflect any payment made to Ireland, if the European courts dismiss the appeals whic(...)

European shares inched lower on Wednesday as declines in luxury fashion brand Burberry and educational publishing company Pearson weighed on the pan-E(...)

Author Michael Wolff: nearly everyone in the White House who spoke to him for his book, Fire and Fury, thought someone else had approved their participation. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Author Michael Wolff’s pitch to the White House to win co-operation for his book included a working title that signalled a sympathetic view and a coun(...)

Some of the highest Cape readings in history were registered prior to major market crashes, and the indicator has long been used by long-term investors to establish whether equities are cheap or expensive. Photograph: iStock

A strong start to 2018 means US stock market valuations continue to head higher, so much so that the S&P 500 now appears to be even more expensive(...)

The UAE energy minister sees no big changes in Opec policy as a result of short-term price fluctuations. Photograph: Getty Images

Oil reached new highs in London as Opec members called for output curbs to continue, allaying concerns that the recent rally could weaken their commit(...)

Italy’s former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi  on  a TV talk show in Rome last week. Photograph: Reuters/Remo Casilli

Italy’s financial police have filed reports about possible suspicious activity regarding the sale of the AC Milan soccer club by Silvio Berlusconi’s i(...)

A Citigroup bank branch in Los Angeles.  Photographer: Troy Harvey/Bloomberg

Citigroup Inc said it would measure, publish and take steps to close the gaps between what it pays men and women in three countries and for US minorit(...)

Despite gross domestic product rocketing as the government splurges on higher public-sector salaries and cuts taxes, Romania’s wealth – calculated as citizens’ net assets as a share of disposable income – remains about the same as it was five years ago.

The benefits of living in the Europe Union’s fastest-growing economy may not endure for Romanians. Despite gross domestic product rocketing as the g(...)

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