EU Corks Plan to Restrict Olive Oil in Restaurants
A plan to ban refillable containers on restaurant tables died amid ridicule from Europe's chilly North, over the protestations from the sunny South.
Lessons for Euro From Two Revolutions
Europe overturned the convention of history when, unlike the U.S. or Germany before it, it created monetary union before political union. Now it is paying the price.
John Kerry lobbies Europe to end arms embargo on Syria
US Secretary of State John Kerry has been lobbying European nations to agree with Britain's call on ending an arms embargo towards Syria, in order to allow for the arming of Syrian rebels.
JustFab Goes Up A Size In Europe, Acquires Fab Shoes To Take Its Fashion Subscription Service To France And Spain
JustFab, the subscription-based fashion commerce site, is putting the $109 million that it has raised so far to use: today it is announcing the acquisition of The Fab Shoes, a European e-commerce shoe club in France and Spain, to build out its global operations. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Facebook Home Hits The Rocks In Europe, With UK And France Launch Of HTC First Delayed Indefinitely
More signs today the HTC First might also be the last smartphone to ship with Facebook Home pre-installed: UK carrier EE confirmed today that the first Facebook Home phone won't be launching in the UK soon as planned, as Facebook has decided to concentrate its efforts on making improvements to the Home software before looking to add international markets. EE says it will soon be contacting customers who already used its pre-order system to express interest in the First to let them know about the delay, which is indefinite in length.