Euro Zone coverage from Reuters.
Euro zone finance ministers will start discussions on Friday on Greece's exit from eight years of international bailouts, focusing on how Athens wants to boost economic growth and finish the last reforms agreed with its creditors, officials said.
Britain and European Union negotiators must make further progress on the issue of the Irish border by June if talks are to move forward on a final withdrawal agreement, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Thursday.
A top Facebook executive apologized for errors made by the firm and vowed to do more to improve transparency during a four-hour grilling on Thursday from British lawmakers who insisted the company's response to a data scandal had been inadequate.
The EU's chief negotiator on Brexit said on Thursday the bloc's existing system of market access for foreign financial firms can work well for Britain after it leaves the European Union.
Britain's government will narrow its position on a future customs arrangement with the European Union to one of the two options currently on the table in Brexit talks, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.
French property group Klepierre <LOIM.PA> said on Thursday it was still interested in acquiring assets in Britain after its failed attempt to take over rival Hammerson <HMSO.L>, despite a difficult commercial environment there.
British lawmakers stepped up pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May over her Brexit strategy on Thursday, criticizing her refusal to pursue a customs union with the European Union.
EU lawmakers and member states on Thursday struck a preliminary deal that will allow countries to force online streaming services including Netflix <NFLX.O> and Amazon's <AMZN.O> video service to help fund European films and TV shows.
France's ambassador has walked out of talks with fellow EU envoys over a lack of French translation, in a new demonstration of Paris pushing to curb the dominance of English in post-Brexit Brussels.
The European Union will deploy a new financial weapon next week to try to rein in what Brussels sees as illiberal nationalism rising in the east of the bloc and threatening its democratic foundations.
Workers at Peugeot-maker <PEUP.PA> PSA's Vauxhall car plant in Britain have agreed a pay deal with the French automaker, the Unite Union said on Thursday, as a dispute with the firm's Opel workers in Germany continues.
Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, urged Kosovo on Thursday to improve relations with Serbia in order to progress towards its long-term goal of European Union membership.
Facebook <FB.O> will review how it operates in Myanmar and needs more policy people on the ground, its chief technology officer said on Thursday, after criticism that the platform has inflamed ethnic violence there.
The buck stops with Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg when it comes to the fallout from a recent data scandal that has impacted millions of users, the firm's chief technology officer told UK lawmakers.
Tech giants such as Facebook and Google must step up efforts to tackle the spread of fake news online in the next few months or potentially face further EU regulation, as concerns mount over election interference.
The European Union's new rules against countries dumping cheap goods on its market got a rough ride at a World Trade Organization meeting, where China, Russia and Saudi Arabia led a chorus of disapproval, a trade official said on Thursday.
Facebook did not intend its behavior toward the media to be interpreted as trying to stop the truth about a data scandal from coming out, the company's chief technology officer said on Thursday.
Political adverts are not an important revenue stream for Facebook so decisions on the issue are not about money, the company's chief technology officer said on Thursday.
Greece can exit its third financial bailout program without requesting a precautionary credit line, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Thursday.
Turkey must release two Greek soldiers detained on Turkish territory in March, EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker said on Thursday during a visit to Athens.