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Skype co-founder's VC firm just raised an $820 million fund to back European start-ups

Atomico plans to cash in on an ongoing "renaissance" in Europe's tech sector, investment partner Siraj Khaliq said.

HSBC misses expectations on 2019 pre-tax profit, will reportedly slash 35,000 jobs

HSBC's pre-tax profit for 2019 fell 33% to $13.35 billion, missing expectations.

N26 customers feel 'betrayed' by the German digital bank's decision to quit the UK

Customers of the German online bank N26 say they feel "outraged" and "betrayed" by the firm's decision to leave the U.K.

Trump administration may stop exporting engines co-manufactured by GE to China, WSJ says

The Trump administration may stop exporting jet engines manufactured partly by General Electric to China for the country's airliner, for fears that the Chinese could mimic the production techniques, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Bloomberg is considering Hillary Clinton as his running mate, says Matt Drudge

Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is considering Hilary Clinton as a vice presidential running mate after positive internal polling about the potential pairing, the Drudge Report said.

China taps blockchain technology to boost financing for businesses hit by virus

As Chinese authorities rush to support businesses struggling to survive the effects of the new coronavirus, blockchain technology is showing its potential in an archaic financing system.

Here's how the pros are trading Tesla and its wild moves

Tesla has piqued the interest of professional and retail traders alike as they try to capitalize on the electric car maker's wild swings.

Here's what happened to the stock market on Friday

Stocks teetered along the flatline for most of the day as Wall Street posted a weekly gain.

The decline of trading on Wall Street, explained

Consumer sentiment rises in February even amid the coronavirus outbreak

U.S. consumer sentiment figures for February came in higher than expected despite the recent outbreak of the coronavirus.