Estonian startup Cleveron makes the public debut of its PackRobot terminals, a novel solution for package delivery, in its home country.
Apple Pay finally makes its way to France, the service's third European market since launching in the U.S. in 2014.
The European commission has filed a third antitrust charge against Google on Thursday, this time against its AdSense advertising business.
A Nissan dealer in Spain sells a new 2016 Nissan X-Trial (Nissan Rogue), exclusively through the use of Twitter— an apparent first for an automotive brand in Europe.
The EU and the U.S. have agreed to final changes to the Privacy Shield (data transfer pact) that is key to transatlantic business, including stricter rules for companies holding information on Europeans and clearer limits on U.S. surveillance.
It’s done. The U.K. has voted to exit the EU leaving businesses to operate in the grey of uncertainty until the dust clears.
As young Chinese female online consumers increasingly covet exclusive western products, French retailer La Redoute capitalizes on the opportunity to enter the lucrative Chinese market.
Paris Mayor says Amazon’s newly launched Amazon Prime Now in Paris threatens to “seriously destabilize” the profits of local businesses.
In its continued effort to transform into a multi-service platform that provides fashion as a service — Europe's biggest online fashion retailer, Zalando, partners with adidas for a new same-day pilot scheme.
After months of testing and logistical planning, Amazon finally launches its Fresh grocery delivery service in the UK, marking the first step the grocery delivery service has made outside of the U.S.