Brexit negotiations get serious as U.K.’s Johnson unveils plan
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled a new Brexit proposal and has already received criticism from EU officials, including the president of the European Commission. Johnson made his case at the Conservative Party conference. Bloomberg’s Jodi Schneider reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Britain sends Brexit ideas in 'non-papers' to Brussels
The European Commission says it has received confidential documents from the UK outlining ideas from recent Brexit talks. Britain referred to the documents as "non-papers," indicating they were not concrete proposals.
ThyssenKrupp sues EU for blocking Tata merger
German steel giant ThyssenKrupp has said the European Commission was "too far-reaching and wrong" in blocking a merger with Tata Steel. ThyssenKrupp has filed a complaint against the Commission's decision.
Von der Leyen calls for EU migration pact in Italy
The incoming head of the European Commission said "effective and humane" measures are needed to solve the thorny issue of migration. Italy in particular has been calling for the EU's asylum rules to be changed.
Artificial intelligence: The EU's 7 steps for trusty AI
Do you trust AI? If not, what would it take? The European Commission says there are seven steps to building trust in artificial intelligence. It's published the latest findings from a high-level expert group.
European Commission finds German automakers illegally colluded on emissions technology
German car giants VW, Daimler and BMW colluded to restrict the development of technology to clean emissions from passenger cars, the European Commission said in preliminary findings from its antitrust probe.
Nigeria added to EU's dirty money blacklist
The European Commission has added Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and four U.S territories to a blacklist of nations that pose a threat owing to insufficient controls on terrorism financing and money laundering. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria’s Anti-Laundering strategy.
Exploring Europe for free!
The European Commission has granted 15,000 teenagers free train tickets to explore the continent. It hopes this will foster a greater sense of European identity.