A call to break with the leadership of Greece's ruling party has highlighted the futility of debt-led austerity and the burden it places on people on the wrong side of a banker's bad bet.
A digger maker and a banking giant have livened up the EU referendum debate this week. And they have marked out for David Cameron some tricky politics as Britain's future in Europe comes to a head.
The UK has slipped into deflation for the first time since 1960. Here's why it's unlikely to stay for long.
The economic challenges ahead for the new Conservative government.
Why the Greek debt crisis shouldn't be viewed as a conflict between different countries, but one between workers across Europe and big business.
The EU is accusing Google of abusing its dominance in search, yet a similar antitrust case in the US led to a settlement. What counts for the divergent outcomes?
Greece has met its latest debt deadline, but if the country is to stave off Grexit, it's time to deal with the country's liquidity.
Party leader sees resignation rejected as the EU referendum approaches.
Now that he commands a majority government, what might Cameron's demands to the EU be and what's his worst nightmare?
How did others in Europe cover the election and the surprising results?
EU partners have been careful not to take sides in the British election.
The founder of France's far-right movement and his daughter, the current president, have had a spectacular and very public falling out.
UKIP's whole manifesto rests on the premise that the UK will leave the EU.
New research on Norway shows how political integration with the EU has economic benefits too.
A massive public investment program financed by the European Investment Bank will help fix the problem at the heart of the euro.
The EU's antitrust case against Russian energy giant Gazprom is about competition, but has many political elements to it too.
Syriza came to power promising to renegotiate Greece's relationship with the EU. The fallout of their attempts to do so is a lesson for a UK that would try to do the same.
The SNP, Plaid Cymru and UKIP are the new faces in the UK election in 2015 but they reflect a wider change.
The main parties are spending most of their time arguing over the speed and extent of cuts, when they should be talking about growth.
After four years of a government that put itself at the centre of the EU, Finland has dramatically changed course.