Frankfurt is a big motor show. Huge in fact, and we mean physically (we recommend good sneakers, maybe even rollerblades, for getting around). But als(...)

 Vera Pauw: “I took some time to consider but their honesty convinced me to accept,” said the new Republic of Ireland women’s manager of the FAI’s approach. Photograph:  VI Images via Getty Images

Finance is never far away from FAI matters these days and the newly-appointed Republic of Ireland women’s team manager Vera Pauw confesses it will tak(...)

Protesters gathered at Belfast City Hall  against  Boris Johnson’s decision  to suspend parliament in the run up to Brexit. Photograph: Amanda Ferguson

Around 100 people protested in Belfast on Saturday against British prime minister Boris Johnson’s move to suspend parliament. Anti-prorogation activi(...)

Ford’s concept crossover. The company says it will be ‘adding to our product line-up and by 2020 we’ll have the freshest showroom in the industry’.

A demise, as Mark Twain once said, can often be greatly exaggerated. Ford has been taking the scissors to its “conventional” vehicle line-up, both in (...)

Ferdinand Piëch died on Sunday  at the age of 82. Photograph: Julian Stratenschulte/EPA

Germany – and Austria – are in shock over the sudden death at 82 of Ferdinand Piëch, the autocratic Porsche heir who rescued Volkswagen and – with exa(...)

ECB  policymakers suggest  a combination of measures may be needed to prop up the euro zone economy as recent indicators paint an even bleaker picture of the outlook. Photograph: iStock

Banks in the euro zone will get more time to set aside cash to cover for loans that have gone or will go unpaid after the European Central Bank bowed (...)

Traders working on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

European banking and asset management bodies are considering a push to boost the number of women joining the financial sector by cutting stock market (...)

The Bank of Japan’s decision to reduce rates to zero to reboot Japan’s flagging economy in 1999 was seen as radical at the time and looked on by US and European central bankers as a kind of Japanese idiosyncrasy, not to be tried anywhere else

This year, fittingly, marks the 20th anniversary of Japan’s zero interest rate policy (ZIRP). The Bank of Japan’s decision to reduce rates to zero to (...)

Belgian Tim Wellens (Lotto Soudal)  crosses the line just ahead of  Swiss rider Marc Hirschi. Photograph: BinckBank Tour

Having achieved his goal of claiming a third stage win in the BinckBank Tour on Wednesday, Sam Bennett had a much tougher day on the difficult terrain(...)

Wind regularly meets more than half of Denmark’s demand for power.

With its lively waterfront, tree-lined canal, and redbrick buildings topped by steep gunmetal-grey roofs, Aarhus looks like just another coastal city (...)

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