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Klepierre remains interested in Britain, despite failure of Hammerson deal

26 Apr 2018

French property group Klepierre said on Thursday it was still interested in acquiring assets in Britain after its failed attempt to take over rival Hammerson , despite a difficult commercial environment there.

Klepierre remains interested in Britain, despite failure of Hammerson deal

26 Apr 2018

French property group Klepierre said on Thursday it was still interested in acquiring assets in Britain after its failed attempt to take over rival Hammerson , despite a difficult commercial environment there.

Atos partners with Google Cloud as new EU data law looms

24 Apr 2018

French IT services company Atos said on Tuesday it was teaming up with Google Cloud to help offer secure artificial intelligence solutions to its global customers.

IBA swings to 2017 loss, looks for improvement this year

22 Mar 2018

Belgian proton therapy company Ion Beam Applications swung to a loss last year and gave only a vague forecast for improvement in 2018, sending its shares sharply lower on Thursday.

Takeaway.com to keep on spending despite bigger loss in 2017

28 Feb 2018

Takeaway.com's net loss increased by more than a third in 2017 but the food delivery group said it would continue to spend heavily on marketing as it fights for a bigger slice of the German market.

Sligro to weigh partnership or sale options for EMTÉ stores

20 Jul 2017

July 20 Dutch food retail group Sligro said on Thursday it is weighing strategic options, including partnership deals and a sale, for its supermarket chain EMTÉ, which it says is too small to go it alone.

Dutch firm TomTom's bet on services business starts paying off

19 Jul 2017

Dutch digital mapping company TomTom beat second quarter expectations as strong performance at its automotives and licensing businesses partly offset weakness in its consumer products division, mainly wearable devices.

Loss-making Europcar 'cautious' on Britain as EU talks loom

09 May 2017

Europcar Groupe is "cautious" about the British car rental market as it monitors developments in the UK's negotiations to leave the European Union, although it has yet to see any impact on its 2017 results.

Parrot to pursue profits with commercial drones

01 Mar 2017

French drone maker Parrot aims to return to profitability by 2018 by expanding its commercial drone business, its finance chief said on Wednesday.

'Jihadist hub' Molenbeek lures tourists across Brussels canal

26 Aug 2016

BRUSSELS Molenbeek, the Brussels borough that gained unwanted notoriety last year when Islamic State militants from the area attacked Paris, has become an unlikely tourist draw - and not just for those with ghoulish tastes. | Video

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