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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Obama backs Cameron’s call for reformed EU membership

President Barack Obama on Monday endorsed Prime Minister David Cameron's Europe strategy, as his guest faces a rebellion from within his Conservative Party on whether to pull Britain out of the EU.

Obama backs Cameron’s call for reformed EU membership

President Barack Obama on Monday endorsed Prime Minister David Cameron's Europe strategy, as his guest faces a rebellion from within his Conservative Party on whether to pull Britain out of the EU.

Crisis-hit Spain, Portugal back youth jobs plan

Recession-hit Spain and Portugal said Monday they welcomed "any plan" to fight youth unemployment, after reports that European powers planned to invest billions in getting young people back to work.

Crisis-hit Spain, Portugal back youth jobs plan

Recession-hit Spain and Portugal said Monday they welcomed "any plan" to fight youth unemployment, after reports that European powers planned to invest billions in getting young people back to work.

Cameron: next 5 weeks ‘crucial’ for US-EU trade talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that talks on the proposed US-EU free trade area could be launched by next month's Group of Eight meeting in Northern Ireland.

Cameron: next 5 weeks ‘crucial’ for US-EU trade talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that talks on the proposed US-EU free trade area could be launched by next month's Group of Eight meeting in Northern Ireland.

Warsaw, Prague want common gas market in Central Europe

The prime ministers of Poland and the Czech Republic on Monday called for a common gas market in Central Europe that would span from the Baltic sea to the Adriatic.

Warsaw, Prague want common gas market in Central Europe

The prime ministers of Poland and the Czech Republic on Monday called for a common gas market in Central Europe that would span from the Baltic sea to the Adriatic.

Can Street Live Without Bloomberg?

Wall Street pros say Bloomberg faces long-term damage to its credibility from its privacy breach scandal.

Prosecutor Seeks Six-Year Jail Term for Berlusconi

An Italian prosecutor is seeking a six-year jail sentence for former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi for allegedly having sex with an underage nightclub dancer.

Retailers Sign Bangladesh Factory Safety Agreement

The world's two biggest fashion retailers backed a deal aimed at preventing a repeat of the Bangladesh factory collapse.

Sports Memorabilia: A New Safe Haven?

Investors are snapping up sporting memorabilia that isn't as vulnerable to market movements.

Lloyds Chair Stands Down as Government Sale Looms

Lloyds Banking Group said on Monday its chairman Win Bischoff will retire in the next year.

UK Government Split Over EU Membership

Two prominent members of David Cameron's cabinet said Britain should no longer be a part of the European Union.

THE WEEK THAT WAS… (May 13, 2013)

EBR Chief-editor’s Monday Morning Column. This week N. Peter Kramer writes about "What we desperately need is an EU-reality check!"